OLLI Program: Anonymity and Self-Expression in Tibetan Art
In traditional Tibetan culture, art was created to support the transmission of Buddhist culture to the community; however, in Tibet's current cultural and political landscape, art is becoming a vital medium of self-expression. Join Christina Fearon, the Fleming Museum's curator of education, for an in-depth tour and conversation about the Fleming exhibition Anonymous: Contemporary Tibetan Art.
This program is a collaboration between the Fleming Museum of Art and the Osher Lifelong Institute (OLLI). To register, contact OLLI.
For more information, contact OLLI at 802.656.2085 or firstname.lastname@example.org.