Scenes and Symbols: Artworks from China, Korea, and Japan

The art of China, Korea, and Japan is filled with elements that hold deep meaning. Whether a painted lotus flower, or beautiful ink script, the images show us the importance that history, culture, and ritual hold in this part of the world. This exhibition hopes to celebrate the impact Asian art has had on personal and cultural attempts to make meaning in what can seem like a shallow world.

When 10:00 am – 5:00 pm every day until Thursday, March 15, 2018
Building School of Theology, 745 Commonwealth Avenue
Room STH Library (2nd Floor) and Community Center (lower level)
Contact Name Kara Jackman
Contact Email
Contact Organization School of Theology Library
Fees Free
Open To Students faculty staff