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Buddhist experiences can engage six senses: taste, touch, sight, sound, smell, and thought. From incense to hand-stitched vestments to meditation, we will experience concepts and concerns that inspired the University of Michigan Museum of Art exhibition The Six Senses of Buddhism. (Incense may trigger the scent sensitive.)
Susan Dine is a doctoral candidate in the University of Michigan's History of Art department. She served as a curatorial fellow at the University of Michigan Museum of Art in 2017-2018 and has been a research fellow at the Smithsonian's Freer | Sackler for this academic year (2018-2019). Her dissertation explores representations of language in medieval Buddhist visual culture of Japan.