Pre-Kindergarten,Elementary School (K-3),Elementary School (4-5),Middle School (6-8),High School (9-12),College and Beyond
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Middle School (6-8),High School (9-12),College and Beyond
Kabuki scholar Laurence Kominz and Melinda Takeuchi, Professor in the Department of East Asian Languages and Cultures and the Department of Art History at Stanford University, discuss a woodblock print of the Kabuki actor Ichikawa Danzo IV.
A series of lectures in two parts (approx. 45 min. per part)
This lecture series will begin by focusing on special themes in Japanese art before moving chronologically from the Momoyama period (1573–1615) to Japanese contemporary art. The lectures are delivered by prominent scholars and curators in the field.
A series of lectures (approx. 45 minutes per part)
The first section of lectures in this series will cover the history of Korean culture and art chronologically, ending with an analysis of Korea’s exciting contemporary art scene. The last four lectures will examine early Japanese culture and art (with the remaining history of Japanese art to be covered in the Spring 2014 semester).