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Cynthea Bogel: Importing and Localizing Ritual Paintings in Ninth-Century Japan

Tuesday, November 18, 2008, 6:00 - 7:30 PM
Henry Auditorium
FREE, Seating is limited
For more information, or to RSVP contact Nicole Bernard at 206.616.6544 or .

Cynthea Bogel, an Associate Professor who teaches Japanese art history and East Asian Buddhist visual culture, discusses the Japanese Esoteric Mikky¯o tradition, huge mandala paintings which were hung in ritual initiation halls.

This lecture is part of the series Hiding in Plain Sight: New Research in Art History at the UW Lectures by Faculty from the UW School of Art, Division of Art History.