Thursday, April 30, 2009

If you are in San Francisco...DeeDee?

Textile Arts Council presents:
Ethnic Dress in Northern Vietnam: Enduring Expressions of Cultural Diversity Serena Harrigan is a textile artist and independent researcher who currently serves on the Board of the Textile Arts Council. She is the founder of Textile Odyssey, an organization that bridges cultures through a common interest in textiles. She has traveled extensively into the remote regions of Northern Vietnam over the past ten years. The minority groups who call this mountainous region their home include the Black Lolo, the Flowery Lolo, the Hmong and the Lao. Geography has favored their ability to maintain ancient traditions of dress through the centuries.
Saturday, May 9, 10 AM
Koret Auditorium, de Young Museum

Free to TAC members, $5 for museum members & students, $10 general
415 750-3627

Thank you,
Wefty Woman
One Warped Bitch

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