[Sep 4] Seeing Buddhist Sculptures as They are: Japanese Buddhist Art and its Conservation
It is said that the original Buddha statue was created because of deep missing of Buddha. And as an object of worship, the artistic value is also praised and admired by the people. The lecture will base on speaker’s practical experience of making and restoring Buddha statues in Japan to explain how to observe the shape of Buddha statues, how to understand Buddha statue techniques, and finally to know how to conserve Buddha statues.
About the Lecturer：
Dr. Lee Pin Yi
After graduating from the Department of Architecture Art Conservation at National University of the Arts, Taiwan in 2012. She went to Japan for further study and obtained PHD in the field of sculpture at Graduate School of Conservation, Tokyo University of the Arts in 2021.
Name: Seeing Buddhist Sculptures as They are: Japanese Buddhist Art and its Conservation
When: 4 September 2021, 09:30 am - 11:30 am
Zoom Link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/84404749025