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Highlights of the Collection: Peking Opera Robe

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The amazing colors, juxtapositions of images, and metamorphic potential of this costume continue to provide a window into the splendor of Beijing opera today.

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The Art Detectives: Art Conservation Talks Mar. 6, 27 & Apr. 10

Lecture Series: The Art Detectives: How to Cheat Time, Investigate Art, And Sustain Culture Each lecture in The Art Detectives series will be held in Steele Hall 101 from 7 to 9 pm. Light refreshments follow the presentations. These lectures, free and open to the public, are funded by the Spencer Program and hosted by the […]

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Art Bites on Wednesdays: Lunchtime Art Talks

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In this series of 15-miunute talks, Meher McArthur, Gabrielle Jungels-Winkler curator of academic programs and collections at the Williamson Gallery, takes a close-up look at individual ceramic works in the collection.

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A Taste of Art: Lunchtime Art Talks

In this series of 15-miunute talks, Meher McArthur of the Williamson Gallery takes a close-up look at individual works in the collection.

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The Highlights of the Collection: Noh Theater Robe

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The robe is decorated with wisteria flowers and fans with maple leaves, motifs dating back to the Heian period (c. 794–1185 CE) and associated with feminine refinement, elegance, and sensitivity.

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The Floating World of Video Games

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Ukiyo-e and video games both went through a similar artistic evolution. Like ukiyo-e, video games have grown in cultural value.

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74th Ceramic Annual: Stories Without Borders

The 74th Ceramic Annual focuses on artists whose work speaks about multicultural backgrounds and a sense of belonging.

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Interns’ Show: Ancient & Modern Japan, Opening Mar. 21, Gallery 112

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As Western influence grew in the 20th century, the Japanese incorporated foreign styles into their art. This show, curated by Gallery interns, opens at Gallery 112, 3/21 @ 5:30 pm .

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74th Ceramic Annual: Stories Without Borders

The 74th Ceramic Annual focuses on artists whose work speaks about multicultural backgrounds and a sense of belonging.

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74th Ceramic Annual: Stories Without Borders

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The 74th Ceramic Annual focuses on artists whose work speaks about multicultural backgrounds and a sense of belonging.

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