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You are invited to the next IM Public Lecture. See below and attached poster for details.
The Information Management Public Lectures give attention to exciting advances in research and professional practice. The topics are diverse reflecting the importance
and global extent of Information Management in today’s society. The lectures are free of charge and open to all, unless otherwise stated.
All 2021-2022 lectures will be held virtually on Microsoft Teams. Click here for
the full schedule. Lecture will be recorded and posted on our YouTube channel.
Monday, September 27th, 2021
5:30 to 6:30pm
Teams (click link at above date/time to join)
Abstract: Traditional Buddhist texts in monasteries were inaccessible to diverse populations who had low literacy. Paintings, sculpture, music and dance carried
iconographic depictions from the texts to serve as a guide to meditation and visualization. The relationship between texts and illustrative art is traditional and ongoing, even in today’s digital universe. This presentation offers you a view into traditional
Buddhist monastery archives and the changing art forms that continue to illustrate sacred texts.
Bio: Ann Shaftel, a Conservator and SIM Faculty member, is a Fellow of International Institute of Conservation, a Fellow of American Institute of Conservation,
and Member of Canadian Association of Professional Conservators, ICOM. AND ICOMOS. Ann works internationally for archives, museums, universities, and monasteries. Since 1970 she has researched and taught in Asia, as well as extensive travel through the Middle
East, Europe and North America. Ann founded Treasure Caretaker Training, the award-winning preservation non-profit https://treasuresresource.com
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