Catégorie : Symposium

Symposium : « Goryeo Buddhist Painting: A Closer Look »

Symposium : « Goryeo Buddhist Painting: A Closer Look » Freer ׀ Sackler The Smithsonian’s Museums of Asian Art   Thursday, March 9, 6:30 pm, Korean Cultural Center in Washington, DC Friday, March 10, 9:30 am–4:30 pm, Ripley Center Lecture Hall Specialists have identified 150 or so authentic Goryeo Buddhist paintings worldwide....

Belmont Asian Studies Symposium: « Representations of Buddhism »

Belmont Asian Studies Symposium « Representations of Buddhism » 13-17 février 2017 Belmont University 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...

Conférence : « La vie de CHUSA, ou ce que les valeurs confucéennes ont encore à nous dire »

  Dans le cadre du symposium « Les classiques coréens, savants ou populaires ? », Christine JORDIS (Écrivain, membre du comité de lecture des éditions Gallimard) donnera une conférence sur la vie du peintre Kim Chŏnghŭi  김정희  金正喜 (1786-1856), Ch’usa  추사  秋史,  intitulée : « La vie de CHUSA, ou ce que les valeurs confucéennes...

Symposium: Colonialism and Korean Archaeology, 22-23 avril 2016

  1) Conférence inaugurale du symposium « The Research on Ancient History in Colonial Korea under Japanese Rule. Archaeology, History and Heritage Policies in East Asian Modern History » “Overcoming the Colonialism and the Research upon Ancient Korea” Par YI Sŏngshi (univ. Waseda). Modérateur : Arnaud NANTA (UMIFRE 19 – MFJ) Vendredi 22...

Symposium: Deconstructing Boundaries: Is ‘East Asian Art History’ possible?, 10-11 octobre 2015

Deconstructing Boundaries: Is ‘East Asian Art History’ possible?   10-11 October 2015 9:30 AM-6:00 PM Venue: Russell Square: College Buildings, Khalili Lecture Theatre   Abstract The aim of this symposium is to give insight into the changing boundaries and concepts of ‘art’ in Japan and East Asia. We hope especially to...

Symposium : Visualizing Dunhuang, 13−14 novembre 2015

SYMPOSIUM : Visualizing Dunhuang Friday and Saturday, 13−14 November 2015   Keynote Lectures, Friday, 3:30 to 5:30 pm Speaker Program, Saturday, 8:30 am to 6:00 pm McCosh 50 Princeton University   Organized by the P. Y. and Kinmay W. Tang Center for East Asian Art with the Princeton University Art Museum, in conjunction...

Symposium : Ideas of Asia in the Museum, 23-24 janvier 2015

Ideas of Asia in the Museum An International Symposium University of Southern California and Los Angeles County Museum of Art January 23–24, 2015     Since its inception in eighteenth-century Europe, the museum has provided modern societies with a powerful tool to display and define cultures of their own and...

Symposium international : Studies on Early Goryeo Lacquerware, 29 et 30 novembre 2013

International Symposium Studies on the Early Goryeo Lacquer Incense Box Decorated with Flora and Waterfowl Motifs in the Collection of National Museum of Korea 고려시대 포류수금문 나전향상 연구 高麗時代 蒲柳水禽文 螺鈿香箱 硏究 Date: 29 – 30 November 2013 Venue Lecture Hall, National Museum of Korea Vous pouvez télécharger le programme ici. artsdelacoreeMore Posts

Symposium : « East Asian Gardens as Social Spaces », 28 septembre 2013

Symposium: « East Asian Gardens as Social Spaces » Huntington Library, Art Collections, and Botanical Gardens San Marino, CA 28 September 2013    This symposium will examine how gardens, both private and imperial, were viewed and used in China, Korea, and Japan. The term « garden » connotes, among many things, shelter, ownership, mental...

Symposium : “Crossing Borders, Drawing Boundaries: Contextualizing Rubens’s Man in Korean Costume”, 5 mars 2013

  Crossing Borders, Drawing Boundaries: Contextualizing Rubens’s Man in Korean Costume   The Getty Center, Los Angeles Vendredi 5 mars 2013 9h00-17h30   « Crossing Borders, Drawing Boundaries: Contextualizing Rubens’s Man in Korean Costume«  is a one-day symposium that analyzes the various misunderstandings that arose when Europeans and Asians encountered one...