Art Exhibits

Centennial Chat

When: Wed., Aug. 10 2016

As part of its yearlong 100th anniversary celebration, the Cleveland Museum of Art continues its Centennial Chats series with a discussion of White Tara, a Tibetan sculpture dating back to the 1600s, on loan from the Asia Society, New York. Made of silver, a material rarely used in Tibetan sculpture, as well as gold and inlays of copper and semiprecious stones, White Tara is an enlightened being of Tibetan Buddhism. The seated yoga position, hand gestures, outfit and adornments are sure to make for a very lively conversation. The CMA hosts two Centennial Chats for White Tara at 2 p.m. today. Meet in gallery 237. Free. (Usmani)

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