Belmont Asian Studies Symposium: “Representations of Buddhism”
Belmont Asian Studies Symposium
“Representations of Buddhism”
13-17 février 2017
Writers, pilgrims, devotees and artists have represented aspects of Buddhist tradition and belief in a multitude of manners and perspectives. The 2016-17 Asian Studies Symposium Representations of Buddhism at Belmont University is designed to balance both the breadth and depth of this remarkable array of resources and depictions. The February 13-17, 2017 Symposium is intentionally constructed to support the exhibition Secrets of Buddhist Art: Tibet, Japan, and Korea opening in the Ingram Gallery of the Frist Center for Visual Arts on February 10. Dr. Katherine Paul, Curator of the Arts of Asia collections of the Newark Museum will open the Belmont Asian Studies Symposium and other national speakers will highlight divergent facets of Buddhism’s representation through art, literature, popular culture, social activism and personal journey.
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