Thu, Jul 13|
Understanding Buddhist Sculpture with Art Historian Julie Chun at Aurora Museum
TIME: 12:45 PM Registration, 1 PM to 3 PM COST: RMB 100 (Includes museum ticket) VENUE Aurora Museum 99 Fucheng Rd. (near Dongchang Rd.) (metro line 2 or 14 to Lujiazui station, walk about 12 minutes)
Time & Location
Jul 13, 1:00 PM – 3:00 PM
About the Event
One of China’s oldest religion is Buddhism. Yet, unlike Confucianism and Daoism, which emerged in China, Buddhism was imported from India along the Silk Route. Ingrained within Chinese history and culture, this unique museum talk will guide you through the basic foundations of Buddhism, its visual significance and the sites of important Buddhist stone grottoes in China. Led by the Art Historian Julie Chun, join us for an enlightening afternoon at the beautiful Aurora Museum built by the world-famous architect Tadao Ando.
DATE: Thursday, July 13
12:45 PM Registration, 1 PM to 3 PM
RMB 100 (Includes museum ticket)
99 Fucheng Rd. (near Dongchang Rd.)
(metro line 2 or 14 to Lujiazui station, walk about 12 minutes)
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