VESTAL (WBNG) — A new exhibition is open at Binghamton University’s Art Museum on campus. “This is a practice that started centuries ago in china, and it was a means to disseminate aesthetically or intellectually important information, So this is before we have any type of printmaking process that can disseminate information or share information.” said Claire Kovacs the Curator of Collections and Exhibitions. The exhibition was put together in a collaboration between the BU Confucius Institute of Chinese Opera and two Chinese artists. Its titled “Snowflakes Between Gauze: Rubbings from Han Dynasty Tombs.” The exhibit is free and open to the public until March 4, it can be found in the Fine Arts Building on Binghamton University’s campus. These rubbings are done through a process of applying paper to stone reliefs and slowly rubbing ink to create a reproduction. Featuring 25 rubbings from stone reliefs from the Han dynasty, this art exhibit focuses on funeral practices and the history of the Han Dynasty.