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<p>Understanding the Dedication Materials (bokjang ) Found in Korean Buddhist Images Jeong Eunwoo, Dong-A University Bokjang refers to both dedication materials placed inside a hollow cavity of a sculpture and the associated ritual of installing a variety of objects within Buddhist images. Such practice was performed not only in Korea but also in many &#8230;</p>

<p>Jeong Eunwoo Jeong Eunwoo received her MA and PhD in Buddhist Art History from Hongik University in Seoul. She is currently a professor in the Department of Archaeology and Art History at Dong-A University, a member of the Cultural Heritage Committee of Korea, and president of the Association of Art History. She previously served as &#8230;</p>

Light Duration Guidelines
<p>Freer Gallery of Art &#038; Arthur M. Sackler Gallery &#8211; Smithsonian Institution Light Duration Guidelines for Exhibited Works of Art The following guidelines were written by members of the Department of Conservation and Scientific Research and the Curatorial Department to establish a procedure for determining the length of time that works of art may be &#8230;</p>

Ars Orientalis 44
<p>The Arts of Death INTRODUCTION (FREE ACCESS) Between Heaven and Hell: Salvation, Damnation and Memorialization in the Arts of Death IN MEMORIAM Dr. Melanie Michailidis (19662013) DIGITAL INITIATIVES Keshani, Lubar, Micklewright, Whiteman Dynastic Politics and the Samanid Mausoleum Melanie Michailidis Signs of the Hour: Eschatological Imagery in Islamic Book Arts Christiane Gruber An Unusual Group &#8230;</p>

Goryeo Art and Culture Study Day
<p>.col-row{width:100%;clear:both;} .col-left{width:23%;padding-right:2%;float:left;padding-bottom:20px;} .col-right{width:75%;float:right;padding-bottom:20px;} Freer Gallery of Art and Arthur M. Sackler Gallery Thursday, February 20, 2020 The Freer Gallery of Art and Arthur M. Sackler Gallery, the Smithsonians national museum of Asian art, invites advanced graduate students in Buddhist studies and East Asian studies to participate in Goryeo Art and Culture Study Day on Thursday, &#8230;</p>
A collage of three images - the head of the NMK avalokiteshvara, a smiling golden figure with a crown; a diagram of the same image with measurements, and a black and white xray

Symposium: Korean Buddhist Images and Dedication Practice
<p>Thursday, February 20, 6 pm Korean Cultural Center, Washington, DC Friday, February 21, 9:00 am5 pm Freer Gallery of Art, Washington, DC Program Bios Abstracts A single objecta beautiful gilt wood sculpture of Gwaneum, the bodhisattva of compassion and the most popular deity in Korean Buddhismis the focus of this symposium. Carved in the late &#8230;</p>

Symposium: Korean Buddhist Images and Dedication Practice
<p>Program .col-row{width:100%;clear:both;} .col-left{width:23%;padding-right:2%;float:left;padding-bottom:20px;} .col-right{width:75%;float:right;padding-bottom:20px;} Thursday, February 20 Korean Cultural Center, Washington, DC 6 pm Keynote Understanding the Dedication Materials (bokjang ) Found in Korean Buddhist Images Jeong Eunwoo, Dong-A University, Busan Friday, February 21 Freer Gallery of Art, Meyer Auditorium, Washington, DC 9 am Registration and breakfast 9:30 am Welcome 9:45 am Panel 1 A &#8230;</p>

Ars Orientalis 49
<p>Art-Historical Art &nbsp; Introduction: Art-Historical Art Nancy Micklewright The Art-Historical Art of Song China: Citation and Historicism in Tao Yuanming Returning to Seclusion Martin Powers &nbsp; Su Shi and Zhao Lingrang: Brush Ideas of Wang Wei Alfreda Murck Citing Wang Wei: Mi Youren and the Temporal Dimensions of Landscape Peter C. Sturman &nbsp; Past, Present, &#8230;</p>

Art Institute of Chicago
<p>Chinese Art in the Art Institute of Chicago The distinguished collection of Chinese art in the Art Institute of Chicago encompasses the full chronological and material scope of Chinese visual culture from the Neolithic period (circa 60002000 BCE) to the twentieth century. Particularly notable are the Buckingham collection of ancient Chinese bronzes ranging from the &#8230;</p>
composite of two images. a dragon pendant on the left and an image of a dragon and warrior on the right

Royal Ontario Museum
<p>Chinese Collection at the Royal Ontario Museum The Royal Ontario Museum (ROM) is Canadas preeminent museum of art, culture and nature. The first Chinese object, a green-glazed vessel from the Han Dynasty was acquired by Charles Currelly (1876 &#8211; 1957), a University of Toronto professor and later the first director of the museum, in Cairos &#8230;</p>