Event: EXHIBITION PROGRAM: FIGURATIVE PATTERNS AND NARRATIVE IMAGERY IN INDIAN TEXTILES.
Organizer: THE GEORGE WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY MUSEUM .
Speakers: Sylvia Houghteling.
Date: May 4th 12:00pm Eastern Time (USA). Equivalent times:
Americas - PT: May 4th 9:00am | ET: May 4th 12:00pm.
Europe - UK: May 4th 5:00pm | CET: May 4th 6:00pm.
APAC - CST/HKT/SGT: May 5th 12:00am | AET: May 5th 2:00am.
"In this virtual talk, Sylvia Houghteling explores the making and meaning of figurative patterns in the history of South Asian textiles. While the majority of cloths traded within and beyond India in the medieval through modern period bore geometric or floral patterns, a large body of textiles exist with scenes of birds and animals, parades and festivals, and private images of devotion..."
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