807 Schermerhorn Hall
Atsumi Distinguished Lecturer Series
Following the destruction of the great temples of Nara in 1180, a fledgling group of sculptors, which came to be known as the Kei school, was thrust into the center of artistic endeavors in Japan. These lectures have been exploring the transformative role the Kei school and its successors played in Japanese sculptural practice. This is the final lecture of the series.