Wednesday, April 17 at 3 p.m. in the Niles Gallery in the Lucille C. Little Fine Arts Library
Dr. Andrew Maske from the School of Art & Visual Studies in the College of Fine Arts presents:
“Ceramics Patronage in Early Modern Japan: Comparisons of Three Case Studies”
Dr. Maske specializes in the arts of Asia, focusing especially on ceramic art in Japan from the sixteenth century to the present. He is also interested in artistic connections between East Asian nations, both historical and contemporary. He has published articles and reviews in Archaeometry, Journal of Japanese Studies, Orientations, and Transactions of the Asiatic Society of Japan, has worked as a curator of Japanese Art, and has contributed to the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s 2003 catalogue. Dr. Maske received his doctorate in Japanese Art History from Oxford University and now teaches courses at UK concentrating on the art of East Asia (China, Korea, and Japan).