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Dr. Madeline Eschenburg’s Fall 2022 Art of Asia class at Washburn worked in groups to create 10-minute podcast episodes about objects in the Mulvane permanent collection. They modeled the podcast after A History of the World in 100 Objects. The class visited the Mulvane to view a selection of Asian objects, and each group chose one on which to focus. After a semester-long process of research, script writing, and class presentations, each group created an episode. Their podcast presents their findings, asks questions, and invites you to look closely at these richly layered objects.

Daimyo Procession

Yoshu Chikanobu, Daimyo Procession, 1897, six woodcut prints

Produced by Joseph Abu-nasser, Angelica Faye Comahig, Rae Cwach, Andrew Mercer


Policeman Enforcing the New Regulations

Tsukioka Yoshitoshi, Policeman Enforcing the New Regulations, c. 1874-1875, woodcut

Produced by Cristian Alarid, Paul Haag, Tomoki Moriyama


Franklin and the Lightning Rod

Unknown artist, Franklin and the Lightning Rod, 1873, woodcut

Produced by Courtney Cox, Amanda Pope, Nathan Farris

Beach Scene

Utagawa Hiroshige, Beach Scene, 1855, three woodcut prints

Produced by Mary Peuser, Abigail Thomas

Manchu Horse-Hoof Shoes

Unknown maker, Manchu horse-hoof shoes, c. 1890, embroidered shoes

Produced by Anna Anderson, Shelby Dutton, Lily Greene


Foreign Residence in Yokohama

Utagawa Yoshikazu, Foreign Residence in Yokohama, 1861, three woodcut prints

Produced by Rae VanCamp, Darius Reeves, David Huesers, Kaiki Nishimura


Dome Top Teapot

Unknown maker, dome top teapot, c. 1830, porcelain

Produced by Danae Camacho, Yumi Hidaka, Debi Feyh


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