Within the Hindu pantheon, Ganesha is one of the most widely revered and easily recognizable deities (due to his elephantine features and his ability to remove obstacles that prevent one from achieving great wealth and success). One of the earliest known artistic portrayals of the god, a nearly 1300-year-old statue, will be on loan from the National Museum of Cambodia throughout the month. The exhibit will also include a collection of sculptures, paintings, and textiles relating to Ganesha in an effort to show how portrayals of the god have changed over time.
- Arts and Exhibits
- Oct 01, 2017 to Oct 28, 2018
- Tue-Thu, Sat-Sun 10 a.m.-5 p.m.; Fri 10 a.m.-8 p.m.
- Ticket prices vary.