Join Philadelphia Museum of Art Curator Darielle Mason at 7:30 p.m. Oct. 30, at Grounds for Sculpture in Hamilton, N.J., to explore India’s historic temple arts and learn about the physical and ritual origins of thousand-year-old stone carvings and equally ancient bronze icons that served as inspiration for works in the Interference Fringe | TALLUR L.N. exhibition, now on view.
Ticketholders can take advantage of extended gallery hours to view the exhibition. Mason, a specialist in northern India’s historic temples, is the Stella Kramrisch Curator of Indian and Himalayan Art and head of the Department of South Asian Art at the Philadelphia Museum of Art. She led the curatorial team that transformed Philadelphia’s South Asian Art galleries by breaking traditional museum boundaries and exploring themes that are both regionally relevant and universal.
Tickets are available on the Grounds for Sculpture website.