Looking at China, India and Japan

Filed under Cultural, Events on May 28, 2012.

Come to the UF art museum to learn about architecture, art
history, film, literature, history, and gender studies. This one credit course explores how modernization in
China, India and Japan catalyzed distinct artistic modes and practices, while continually
responding to art of the past. Studying actual artworks in the museum’s brand new Asian Art Wing, you will develop a rich, dynamic and multi-disciplinary knowledge of Asian art.  For more information
see http://www.harn.ufl.edu/HUM2930.pdf