Virtual Conference: Path of the Teabowl
Friday and Saturday October 22-23, 2021
Free and open to the public
On the occasion of the Alfred Ceramic Art Museum exhibition Path of the Teabowl, this conference explores the definitions, histories, and contexts of teabowls. For more information about the exhibition.
A conference recording will be available after the event on YouTube.
Financial support for this conference has been provided by a generous grant from the Japan–U.S. Friendship Commission and the Northeast Asia Council of the Association for Asian Studies.
Image: Teabowl, ca. 1865–70. Waka poem and calligraphy: Otagaki Rengetsu, Japanese, 1791– Bowl: Heian Isso, Japanese, active 19th century Stoneware with glaze, inscribed "In the future, happiness and long life– two sprouting leaves, to grow a thousand years." Collection of the Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art, Cornell University, acquired through the generosity of Ellen Avril 2007.014.001