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    The Art of Love and Inseparability: Indian Imagery and Its Tibetan Antecedents

    Presented by at Harvard Art Museums/Arthur M. Sackler Museum

    April 2, 2011


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    The Art of Love and Inseparability: Indian Imagery and Its Tibetan Antecedents

    Asha Kaufman, Graduate Intern, Indo-Tibetan Art and Religion, Department of Education, and MTS Candidate, Harvard Divinity School

    This talk will explore the form, use, and context of religious sculpture to discover how stories of the gods and the beautiful forms created to embody them came to influence and to integrate with the Hindu and Tibetan Buddhist worlds from which they emerged.

    Free with the price of...

    Asha Kaufman, Graduate Intern, Indo-Tibetan Art and Religion, Department of Education, and MTS Candidate, Harvard Divinity School

    This talk will explore the form, use, and context of religious sculpture to discover how stories of the gods and the beautiful forms created to embody them came to influence and to integrate with the Hindu and Tibetan Buddhist worlds from which they emerged.

    Free with the price of admission. Open to the public.

    Limited to 25 participants; please arrive early.

    Gallery talks are informal and include discussion.


    Harvard Art Museums/Arthur M. Sackler Museum

    485 Broadway
    Cambridge, MA 02138

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    Free with the price of admission


    General Day and Time Info:

    2:00pm-3:00pm



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