Panel Discussion | Place Making in the Arts: Japan and Beyond

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Panel Discussion | Place Making in the Arts: Japan and Beyond

Tachihara Kyōsho, 1785-1840, Edo period, 1615–1868, Painting, 1806. Hanging scroll; ink on paper.
Date
Thursday, November 8, 2018
Time
5:30 PM
Location
McCosh 10

In conjunction with the exhibition Picturing Place in Japan, the Art Museum and the P. Y. and Kinmay W. Tang Center for East Asian Art host an interdisciplinary panel exploring the concept of place from the perspectives of art, art history, literature, and photography. Speakers include Leila Philip ’86, writer, poet, and educator; Lois Conner, photographer of landscapes; Karl Kusserow, John Wilmerding Curator of American Art; and Andrew Watsky, professor of Japanese art and director of the Program in East Asian Art and Archaeology and of the Tang Center. A reception in the Museum will follow.