Job: Postdoctoral Scholar in Chinese Art History (University of Chicago); D/L May 15 2017

The Center for the Art of East Asia and the Department of Art History at the University of Chicago invites applications for a one-year Postdoctoral Scholar position with possible extension and concurrent Lecturer appointment that is expected to begin September 1, 2017.

2016-2017 IAAS Lecture Series - Buddhist Art (April 2017)

The 2016-2017 IAAS Lecture Series ends in April 2017 with two lectures dedicated to Buddhist Art:

 

Friday, April 14, 2017

Inner Asian and Altaic Studies Lecture Series

Prof. Wenhua Luo - Institute of Tibetan Buddhist Heritage (ITBH), the Palace Museum

"The Turning Point of Tibetan Buddhist Art: The Wall Painting of Kun Dga’Chos Sde monastery and Mkhyen Rtse School."

2 pm- CGIS S- 250 South Building, 1730 Cambridge Street, Harvard University

 

Lecture: Craig Clunas: Marketing Art in China from Ming to Modernity (Zentralinstitut für Kunstgeschichte, Munich); 26 April 2017

The Hugo Helbing Lecture - Exploring the Art Market

Craig Clunas: Marketing Art in China from Ming to Modernity

26.04.2017 from 19:00 until 21:00

Zentralinstitut für Kunstgeschichte, Lesesaal Bibliothek, 1.OG, Katharina-von-Bora-Straße 10, 80333 München

CFP: It Begins with a Story: Artists, Writers, and Periodicals in Asia (University of Hong Kong); D/L 25 April 2017

Symposium: It Begins with a Story: Artists, Writers, and Periodicals in Asia

Date: Thu, 11–Sat, 13 Jan 2018

Venue: The University of Hong Kong

Organizers: Asia Art Archive in collaboration with The University of Hong Kong

 

Symposium: Mongolian Archaeology: New Discoveries, New Concerns (UC Berkeley,IEAS); April 3, 2017

Symposium: Mongolian Archaeology: New Discoveries, New Concerns

DATE:April 3, 2017

LOCATION:180 Doe Library (Central Campus)

SPONSORS:Institute of East Asian Studies and Smithsonian Institution

Symposium: Haihunhou: The Tomb of the Emperor Who Reigned Only 27 Days (Harvard University); April 3, 2017

Haihunhou: The Tomb of the Emperor Who Reigned Only 27 Days

Apr 3, 2017  |  CGIS South Building S30, Harvard Univesrity | 9 am - 4 pm

Organized by Harvard Visual China: A GSAS Student Organization

Sponsored by the Rockefeller Fund, Department of History of Art and Architecture

 

Postdoctoral Fellow - Department of Fine Arts & Art Museum, CUHK; D/L 17 April 2017

The Department of Fine Arts (FAA) and the Art Museum (AM) of The Chinese University of Hong Kong, jointly invite applications for a Postdoctoral Fellowship in Chinese art history.

Publication: Buddhist Transformations and Interactions: Essays in Honor of Antonino Forte (Victor H. Mair)

Antonino Forte (1940–2006) was one of the greatest scholars of Chinese and Japanese Buddhist history. He was Director of the Italian School of Oriental (later East Asian) Studies in Kyoto for many years.

Publication: Material Culture, Power, and Identity in Ancient China (Xiaolong Wu); Cambridge University Press

In this book, Xiaolong Wu offers a comprehensive and in-depth study of the Zhongshan state during China's Warring States Period (476–221 BCE). Analyzing artefacts, inscriptions, and grandiose funerary structures within a broad archaeological context, he illuminates the connections between power and identity, and the role of material culture in asserting and communicating both. The author brings an interdisciplinary approach to this study.

Exhibition: Exhibit in Progress: Forming Design in East Asian Art (Royal Ontario Museum); until April 2017

Explore East Asian art in a different and provocative way when contemporary design meets traditional forms in Forming Design in East Asian Art. Featuring objects from the ROM’s East Asian collections, this exhibit displays both ancient and modern artifacts from multiple countries together including China, Japan, and Korea. With a focus on design and visual impact, the function, cultural affiliation and origin of these objects takes a backseat to colour, shape, and form.

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