Threaded Roots

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August 29, 2020

Threaded Roots delves in to the history of textiles and its cultural value in Hispanic societies with an emphasis on Mexican textiles and production. Learn about the meanings, techniques and symbolism used during pre-Hispanic periods and how this valuable art has evolved and prevailed through time.

Exhibition curated by Lisa Moreno.

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Threaded Roots

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