Symposium : Korean Buddhist Images and Dedication Practice

Symposium : Korean Buddhist Images and Dedication Practice
Korean Cultural Center and The Freer Gallery of Art, Washington D.C.
20 – 21 February 2020

Program

Thursday, February 20
Korean Cultural Center, Washington, DC

6 pm Keynote: Understanding the Dedication Materials (bokjang 腹藏) 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 Korean Buddhist Sculpture

Outside In: A Goryeo Seated Avalokiteshvara and its Dedication Materials

Shin Soyeon, National Museum of Korea, Seoul

 

Understanding Textiles Found inside Buddhist Images in the Late Goryeo Period
Sim Yeon-Ok, Korea National University of Cultural Heritage, Buyeo

 

The Wood and Construction of a Thirteenth-century Seated Wooden Avalokiteshvara
Park Youngman, National Museum of Korea, Seoul

 

10:45 am Discussion: Jeong Eunwoo, Dong-A University, Busan

 

11:15 am Practicum 1: How Does a Tree Become a Buddha? Carving Sacred Images 
Jeon Sangyong, Korea National University of Cultural Heritage, Buyeo

 

12 pm Lunch

 

2 pm Panel 2: Buddhist Image Dedication

 

Korean Bokjang 腹藏 and Esoteric Buddhist Practices in East Asia

Lee Seunghye, Leeum, Samsung Museum of Art, Seoul

 

Korean Sutras on the Production of Buddhist Images: The Formation and Contents of the Josang gyeong 造像經 in the Joseon Period

Richard D. McBride II, Brigham Young University, Provo

 

Bokjang腹藏 in Buddhist Paintings of the Late Joseon Period: Enshrinement and Mantra
Lee Yongyun, Research Institute of Buddhist Cultural Heritage, Seoul

 

3 pm Discussion: Michelle Wang, Georgetown University, Washington, DC

 

3:30 pm Break

 

3:45 pm Practicum 2: Birth of a Holy Image and Bokjang 腹藏
Ven. Gyeongam, Bokjang ritual specialist, Seoul

 

4:30 pm  Concluding Remarks
Chung Woothak, Emeritus, Dongguk University, Seoul
Jeong Eunwoo, Dong-A University, Busan
Michelle Wang, Georgetown University, Washington DC

 


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