The Buddhist Cave Temples of Xiangtangshan are rich in textual content. Many of the caves have engraved inscriptions that include texts from Buddhist scriptures, visitor’s records, and dedicatory inscriptions that document the making of images of Buddhist divinities by donor-worshippers…. Continue Reading →
Digital Asian Art History Workshop — A Workshop Organized by the Center for the Art of East Asia, Department of Art History, University of Chicago—October 26-27, 2018 See the Workshop Website for schedule, abstracts and location details. The use of… Continue Reading →
THE WAY OF THE VESSEL: MAKING, COLLECTING AND DISSEMINATING ANCIENT CHINESE BRONZES 《器之道—中国古代青铜的生产，收藏，与衍生》 Symposium jointly organized by the Art Institute of Chicago and University of Chicago May 3-5, 2018 Location: Art Institute of Chicago, Fullerton and Price Auditoriums Elaborate bronze… Continue Reading →
Display showing decimated 3D model as triangles Collaborative exhibition with Oxford University, ‘Sites and Images: Two Research Projects of Oxford University and the University of Chicago.’ The CAEA’s section of the exhibition titled ‘The Buddhist Cave Temples and Sculptures of… Continue Reading →
In late May 2017, the Tianlongshan Caves Project team traveled to Tokyo to conduct scanning and photography. (See video below) Quincy Ngan scanning sculptures in the Tokyo Nation Museum storage area Sculptures were processed in three collections–the Tokyo National Museum.,… Continue Reading →
The symposium dates are April 21-23, 2017 at the Regenstein Library, Room 122 and the Logan Center for the Arts at the University of Chicago. See the symposium website for a detailed overview and schedule: https://lucian.uchicago.edu/blogs/writing-and-picturing/ The symposium Writing and… Continue Reading →
3D scanning at Maori Meeting House On Feb 11, 2017, Charles Crable and Zhenru Zhou went to the Field Museum and 3D scanned portions of the Maori Meeting House.
On Jan. 28, 2017, an annual dumpling party was held, celebrating the Chinese New Year! photos by Wen Zhou