Buddhist Exhibition is an exhibition that has been organised by the University of NSW Buddhist Society (UNIBUDS) to showcase Buddhist artefacts and artworks to the public.
In accordance with this year’s theme, “Uncovering the Light of Buddhism”, the exhibition will explore the original purpose and meaning behind some Buddhist artefacts, by delving into the influence of time and culture in shaping the current perceptions of these artefacts.
How did Buddhism come about? What items did monks use back in the day of the Buddha? Who distilled the Buddha’s teachings from oral communication into written form and how were they recorded? Come and find out as you navigate your way through artefacts and exhibits as art, history and Buddhism intertwine. Theme: Uncovering the Light of Buddhism
Opening Ceremony: 24 April 2017 (Monday)
Date: 23 April 2017 (Sunday) to 27 April 2017 (Thursday), closed on 25 April 2017 (Tuesday) due to Anzac Day
Opening hours: 9:30 am to 4 pm
Admission fee: Free entry
Venue: Leighton Hall, John Niland Scientia Building
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The University of New South Wales Buddhist Society (UNIBUDS) was first founded in 1981, by Dr. Ching Liang Lim and his small group of committee members which became the first Buddhist organisation on campus in Australia. Venerable Tsang Hui from Hwa Tsang Monastery and Venerable Chao Khun Samai from Wat Pa Buddharangsee are currently the patrons of UNIBUDS, and have been since it first established.
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