Wheaton Conversations: Weaving Life ~ Maya Fiber Arts | Kids Out and About Philadelphia

Wheaton Conversations: Weaving Life ~ Maya Fiber Arts


*The event has already taken place on this date: Thu, 09/16/2021
Explore the amazing story of the Maya textile arts! Join Ana-Maria Zaugg of the Friends of the Ixchel Museum (FOIM) and Anthropologist Barbara Knoke as they discuss the act of weaving as a living tradition of the Maya people. Discover the deeper meanings of symbols such as the tree of life, double-headed eagle, corn, and others.

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Explore the amazing story of the Maya textile arts! Join Ana-Maria Zaugg of the Friends of the Ixchel Museum (FOIM) and Anthropologist Barbara Knoke as they discuss the act of weaving as a living tradition of the Maya people. Discover the deeper meanings of symbols such as the tree of life, double-headed eagle, corn, and others.

Registration is free! Part of "Wheaton Conversations," a virtual series highlighting select & diverse artists with ties to WheatonArts. To see the full schedule of conversations along with past recordings, visit wheatonarts.org.


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Location:

ONLINE ONLY
Contact name: 
Taral Thompson
The event has already taken place on this date: 
09/16/2021
Time: 
6 p.m. EDT on Thursday, September 16, 2021
Price: 
0

Ages

9-12 years Teenagers Adults & kids together Adults without kids