The Ramayana in Art: Princely Adventures and Other Stories
Detail of Mandi style, Pahari. Rama chasing the golden deer, Maricha. Folio from the dispersed Shangri Ramayana, mid-18th century. National Museum, New Delhi
The great Indian epic the Ramayana, thought to have been written in the early centuries BCE, follows
Rama’s adventures as he seeks to rescue his beloved wife Sita from the evil Ravana. The adventures of
Rama, Sita and Lakshmana, as they encounter human and extra-human friends and foes, has offered rich
material for artistic improvisation, spanning the spectrum of human emotion and action in the world.
Chaitanya Sambrani is an art historian and curator specialising in modern and contemporary Asian art.
Educated in Baroda and Canberra, he teaches at the Centre for Art History and Art Theory, School of Art
and Design, Australian National University.
When: Monday, 2 March 2020 6 - 8pm. Drinks and refreshments served.
Where: Sydney Mechanics School of Arts, 280 Pitt St, Sydney
Cost: Members $20; Non-members $30
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BSB: 012 003 Account Number: 2185 28414
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