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Study Group Archive FY15

The Study Group provides a learning opportunity for those who would like to deepen their knowledge of the many facets of Asian art.  Each year when a new subject for study is chosen, members choose a topic to study in depth, present it to the group and learn from all the other members’ presentations.  It is a stimulating and enjoyable way to learn and make new friends in a small group.

The topic for the upcoming year is Transmission and Transformation: Artistic Interactions along East-West Historic Trade Routes (including the Silk Road). We meet at 10:00 a.m. in the Museum Boardroom on the third Monday of September through November and March through June. January and February meeting dates are on the second Monday of those months due to the Museum closure for national holidays.

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2014-2015 Study Group Presentations

Sept. 15  History and Geography
    of the Silk Roads
Joyce Johnson &
Jim Richter
Oct. 20 Manila Galleon Trade Miriam Jupp
  Cave Sculpture/Paintings Sandi Calabough
Nov. 17 Persian Art of the Silk Road Marilyn Adams
  Jade Carving and Collecting
in Iran and India
Marika Sardar, Ph.D.
Jan. 12 Early People & Language Chia-Hui Shih
  Invaders and Traders: Gandharan Art and the Silk Road Joanne Watson
Feb. 9 Cultural Interstices between the Iberian Peninsula, Asia, and Latin America, part 1 John Kelly
  Asia in 17th c Dutch Art Hilda Yoder, Ph.D.
Mar. 16 Encountering "The Silk Road" in Renaissance Italy Barbara Hollowell, Ph.D.
  The Iberian Peninsula, Asia, and Latin America, part 2 John Kelly
April 20 A Modern Silk Road Journey Joyce Johnson
  Chinese Paintings in The San Diego Museum of Art, part II Ping-Hui Ku
May 18 Persian Influence in Uzbekistan: Architecture and Tile Work Solange Thompson
  The Silk Road Travels East: Japan Paula Des Jardins
June 15 Islamic Ceramic and the Silk Road Allie Arnell
  Chinese Porcelains
on the Silk Road
Helen Anderson