Asia Society Creation Station: Southeast Asian Weaving

Asia Society Creation Station: Southeast Asian Weaving

Education
(Jeff Fantich)

Stop by Asia Society Texas Center monthly on select Saturdays between 1:00 and 3:00 pm for an art-making activity designed just for you. Explore traditions such as washi scrolls and remembrance poppies from Japan, and intricate weaving patterns from Indonesia and Uzbekistan.

Hands on activities for November 16 will explore the art of weaving and patterning, inspired by Southeast Asian works and photographs from Weavers’ Stories from Island Southeast Asia and Between History and New Horizons: Photographs of Women, Work, and Community in Laos. Led by the Texas Center's educator-at-large Vehishta Kaikobad, who has more than twenty years of experience teaching arts and culture to Houstonians of all ages, the crafts will have practical applications, such as designing a colorful new mobile phone case or teaching young visitors how everyday math affects weaving techniques.

Families and children of all ages are welcome to stop by and participate in these free events.

 

Additional Dates

Japanese Washi Scrolls
Saturday, August 3

Near Eastern Paper Marbling
Saturday, October 5

Remembrance Poppies
Saturday, December 7

 

Education programs at Asia Society Texas Center are made possible
by support from the Reliant Energy Charitable Foundation. Additional support
provided by Asia Society contributors and members.

 

Plan Your Visit

1370 Southmore Blvd.
Houston, TX 77004
713.496.9901

Planning your visit

Event Details

16 November 2013
1:00pm - 3:00pm

1370 Southmore Blvd.
Houston, TX 77004
713.496.9901

Free and open to the public.
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