This lesson provides an introduction to China and Japan's four mjor religions: Buddhism, Confucianism, Daoism, and Shinto.
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The Private Dining room is a modern, intimate space located just off the Ames Family Atrium. It features a floor-to-ceiling window wall that allows natural light in the room and highlights the museum's outdoor landscape. The space is ideal for corporate meeting, intimate dinners, receptions, and other social gatherings.
The Cleveland Museum of Art presents Beijing: Contemporary and Imperial: Photographs by Lois Conner, an exhibition of 33 panoramic photographs that reveal the evolution of modern Beijing and its cultural landscapes. Using a 7-by-17-inch camera, Conner produces platinum and pigment ink prints that evoke Chinese scrolls and traditional landscape painting. The exhibition is on view from Sunday, March 30 to Sunday, June 29, 2014 in the photography gallery.
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Cleveland, OH (April 15, 2016) On Wednesday, April 20, The Cleveland Museum of Art’s Womens Council will host “East Meets West: Th
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This lesson plan explores Confucian thought through an investigation of Chinese paintings from the museum’s collection.
This lesson plan uses art to introduce Daoism. This complex faith system, which can be regarded as polytheistic religion, has numerous religious f