Professor David Clarke will deliver the 5th MA Asian Art Histories Annual Lecture on 10th March 2016
Distinguished Speaker : Professor David Clarke
Thursday 10th March 2016
Block F Level 2 #F202
LASALLE College of the Arts
1 McNally Street
Free admission (on a first-come first-served basis)
A reception will follow
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