SAN FRANCISCO, CA -- On Saturday February 27 and 4PM Pacific Standard Time, the Asian Art Museum of San Francisco will be, vicariously, conducting our readers in a tour to Asia, in its second ART ESCAPES Virtual tour in which WATTIS Senior Curator of South and Southeast Asian Art Dr. Forest McGill will take us through the Museum's galleries for an up-close look at Buddhist and Hindu sculptures, Swaying bodies, palms extended elegantly, chins nodding to the beat of an unheard rhythm in what it is known as the immortal, sacred movement, and define sculpture across Southern Asia and the Himalayas.
The tour will show the tourists and discuss, among other things, the larger than life temple reliefs and the bronzes created for ceremonial parades. Dr. McGill's talk will also discuss how artists, for millennia, have shown us the vital connections between sculpture, life, and the spirit.
The Tours are free for members of the museum, but if you are not a member, you can join the lecture today by using the promotion code NEWMEM20 in addition to $20 off the new memberships.
For those interested in the tours but not in becoming members, the museum also offers tickets to individual tours. One may also get six or all the 11 tour packages at a discount rate.
If the price of the virtual program is a barrier for you at this time, however, you still can join the tour today by using the code VIRTUAL ACCESS for complimentary admission.
For more information you can go to: asianart.org or send an e-mail to: firstname.lastname@example.org.