December 10, 2012
|Time:||Sept. 16, 2012-Jan. 13, 1-5 p.m.|
|Description:||In a presentation exclusive to the Blanton Museum of Art, eight rare and never-before publicly exhibited Tibetan works from the UC Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive will be on view this fall. "Into the Sacred City: Tibetan Buddhist Deities from the Theos Bernard Collection" explores the rich art and religion of this fascinating region.
As a special program accompanying the exhibition, the Blanton has invited 10 monks from the Drepung Loseling Monastery in Atlanta to create a five-foot sand mandala in the museum's atrium Jan. 9-13.
The Blanton, located on the south side of the UT campus, is open Tuesday through Sunday. Admission is always free with a UT ID.
|Location:||Blanton Museum of Art|
|URL:||More about this event...|
|Contact:||Samantha Marie Youngblood | 512-232-5171|
|Sponsor:||Blanton Museum of Art|
|Admission:||Free for UT faculty, staff & students with UT ID; $5-$9 for public|
|Parking:||Paid parking available in Brazos Garage for $3; tickets validated at the museum|
|Categories:||Diversity, Everyone, Exhibition, Lifestyle & Community, Tour|