The Chinese qin 琴, a zither-like instrument, can be traced back about 2500 years through archaeological evidence, and has a textual history dating back even further. As an instrument associated with literati and sages, it has a wealth of references in poetry, mythology, historical and semi-historical accounts, and philosophical exegesis.
Selections from Dante’s Divine Comedy as re-imagined by men of the McDougall-Walker Correctional Institution, and performed by Yale University students.
All That Remains: Material Remembrances in Love and Loss brings together three artists who have expressed reactions to the loss of loved ones through art. This exhibition was on display October 1-24, 2013 at Yale ISM Gallery of Sacred Arts.