Tue Apr 22 2014 12:30 pm thru Tue Apr 22 2014 1:00 pm

Tibetan Sand Mandala Lectures

at Crow Collection of Asian Art: Jade Room
Tue Apr 22 2014 12:30 pm — 1:00 pm
Crow Collection of Asian Art: Jade Room

Sopheap Pich, Rang Phnom Flower, 2015. Bamboo, rattan, metal wire, plywood, steel, metal bolts. 325 x 180 x 65 inches (825.5 x 457 x 165 cm) (approximate).

The Tibetan sand mandala with its rich imagery and incredible complexity is one of the most awe-inspiring and beautiful pieces of cultural artwork found anywhere. Take this opportunity to dive deeper into the mandala experience and learn more about the history, significance, and symbolism of sand mandalas with our education coordinator. Each day in the Crow Collection Jade Room there will be a short talk that provides information and context about mandalas, with an opportunity at the end to ask questions and chat. Understand more about this amazing artistic form and appreciate it in all of its magnificence!