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This course examines paintings, crafts, gardens, religious icons, buildings, and other forms of visual culture as objects or sites with a function in time, place, and culture throughout Japanese history. Students will also visit collections in regional museums, including special exhibitions. By the end of the course students will be familiar with a wide range of artistic forms and practices.



Course Information

  • Course Location: Hakozaki Campus
  • Next Course Intake: spring term
  • Contacts: Cynthea Bogel

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