Greetings! The Visual and Material Perspectives on East Asia Workshop is pleased to announce the Spring schedule of 2011.
April 8, Li Qingquan, professor, Guangzhou Academy of Fine Arts
Talk: The Image of Tomb Masters and the Transformation of Funerary Culture from Tang to Song Dynasty: an Art Historical Perspective
April 15: Xu Xiwen, associate professor, Southeast University, China
Talk: Beyond Borders: On the Hanging Scroll Lady Wen-Chi Returning to China at the National Palace Museum of Taipei
April 22: Xu Jin, Ph.D. student, art history department.
Talk: Displaying Filial Piety: Spatial Design of a Sodgian Immigrant Tomb in Sixth-century China
May 5: Susan Huang, assistant professor at Rice University
Talk: True Form Charts and the Daoist Visuality
May 20: Fu Yanghua, associate professor, Remin University
Talk: Trapped Hope: Yang Bu’s Ten-Leaf Album of Yearning Ancient Sages and His Ambivalence
May 27: Irene Backus, Ph.D. candidate, art history department
Talk: Asia Materialized: Perceptions of China in Renaissance Florence
June 3: Quincy Ngan, Ph.D. student, art history department
Talk: The Blue-and-Green Style: a Daoist Iconography?