Colby’s Collection of Himalayan Sacred Art: Meaning, Production, and the Visual Practices of Tibetan Buddhism

Tuesday, April 14, 2015,

William D. Adams Gallery, Museum Lobby

Religious scroll paintings (thangkas) plan a significant role in Tibetan Buddhism. Focusing on three thangkas from the Colby Museum collection, William Edelglass will discuss what these images represent, how they were made, and how they function in Himalayan religious culture.

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