Dr. An-Yi Pan
This image-based talk on the Buddha’s life cites works from museum collections around the world and presents them in chronological order according to the Buddha’s life. Partially legendary and partially factual, these narratives in art help practitioners understand the Buddha’s hagiography as well as basic tenets of his teaching.
We are looking forward to have a fun and practical Dharma talk session with you, as follows:
Timing below is in USA Eastern Time, ET, and is subject to change at teacher's discretion.
- 7:30 - 8:00pm ET: Relaxation, Meditation, Massage
- 8:00 - 9:00pm ET: Dharma Talk (length may vary)
- 9:00 - 9:30pm ET: Sharing and Q&A (length may vary)
Dr. An-Yi Pan, Associate Professor, History of Art and Visual Studies
An-Yi Pan researches Buddhist Art with special interest in the relation between Chinese intellectual participation in Buddhism and Buddhist painting, Buddhist architecture in relation to precepts, monastic hieratical structure, liturgical as well as spiritual spaces, and trans-continental blossoming of Buddhist teachings and art. He also devotes research to modern Chinese art and contemporary Taiwanese art, investigating the impact of colonialism and current geopolitical influence on Chinese and Taiwanese art from the late 19th century to now.
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