Virtual Lecture Series: Timeless Traditions, Expressions of the Divine in Indian Art
Explore the art of South Asia at this virtual lecture for members.
Explore the vast panoply of South Asian art through the prism of its major belief systems: Hinduism, Buddhism, Jainism, and Sikhism. Discover how for thousands of years the artists of India and its neighbors have beautifully depicted their deities. This one-hour virtual lecture by one of our museum community speaker docents is followed by a half-hour Q&A.
10:05 AM | Welcome
10:10 AM | Program
11:00 AM | Q&A
Members at every level are invited to attend this virtual event. Registration is required.
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Image: The Hindu deity Parvati, approx. 1050-1100. India; Jaynagar-Hasanpur, Monghyr District, Bihar state. Basalt. Asian Art Museum, Museum purchase, B67S2. Photograph © Asian Art Museum.
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This lecture will be recorded so members can watch again at their leisure.