Exhibition talks: A Silk Road saga

    • 	Image: Groom and camels (detail), Northern Qui dynasty (550-577), excavated from the tomb of Lou Rui, Taiyuan, Shanxi province, 1981, Shanxi Museum
    • Expert talks by curators and academics

      Art After Hours, Exhibition talk

Find out more about the visual language of 6th-century China as displayed in the marble panels of the sarcophagus of Yu Hong and other objects in the exhibition.

Wednesdays 5.30pm
9 & 16 October 2013

Free

Duration 30 minutes
Location: Upper Asian gallery

Related exhibition: A Silk Road saga

Related galleries: Asian galleries

Image: Groom and camels (detail), Northern Qui dynasty (550-577), excavated from the tomb of Lou Rui, Taiyuan, Shanxi province, 1981, Shanxi Museum

    • Yin Cao

      Free

      Wednesday 9 October 5:30pm – 6pm

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      A Silk Road saga exhibition curator and curator of Chinese art, Art Gallery of NSW

      Related exhibition: A Silk Road saga

    • Dr Christopher Hartney

      Free

      Wednesday 16 October 5:30pm – 6pm

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      Lecturer in Studies of Religion, The University of Sydney

      Related exhibition: A Silk Road saga