Course // Buddhist Art & Architecture, UC Irvine

Art History 150/Religious Studies 120 | UC Irvine

This course examines how art and iconography responded to innovations in Buddhism, and how Buddhism itself has changed to accommodate local taste and stylistic preference in South, Southeast, and East Asia. Class will be comprised of lectures, visual comparison, and in-class activities designed to facilitate understanding beyond the images such as creating Zen ink paintings or Tibetan sand mandalas. An upper-division course with an enrollment of 24 students.




June 1, 2012

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Christina M. Spiker | Course // Buddhist Art & Architecture, UC Irvine
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