Buddhist Print
Apr 08

ROM Curator Conversations “That the prefecture may be tranquil”: A Thousand-Year-Old Buddhist Print from Dunhuang

Join the ROM’s Wen-chien Cheng, Dr. Jessica Lockhart and Dr. Amanda Goodman of the University of Toronto as they explore how modern research and scientific analysis can shed light on the history of a thousand-year-old Buddhist devotional print from Dunhuang, China, one of several dozen surviving prints that commemorate a summer festival held at the site in the year 947 CE. 

Royal Ontario Museum

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- [ Add to Calendar ] 2021-04-08 20:00:00 2021-04-08 21:00:00 ROM Curator Conversations “That the prefecture may be tranquil”: A Thousand-Year-Old Buddhist Print from Dunhuang

Join the ROM’s Wen-chien Cheng, Dr. Jessica Lockhart and Dr. Amanda Goodman of the University of Toronto as they explore how modern research and scientific analysis can shed light on the history of a thousand-year-old Buddhist devotional print from Dunhuang, China, one of several dozen surviving prints that commemorate a summer festival held at the site in the year 947 CE. 

100 Queen's Park
Toronto ON M5S2C6
Canada

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