Join Andrew Hale, an expert in the nomadic textiles and silk weaving traditions of Central Asia, for a discussion on the influence of revolutionary Russia on the textile and other traditions in Central Asia. During this talk, Hale will pull from his personal archive of over two thousand photographs documenting Central Asia in the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. Co-sponsored by the museum docents.
This program explores themes from the exhibition Old Patterns, New Order: Socialist Realism in Central Asia. Free for museum members and current GW students, faculty, and staff; $10 for the public. Advance registration is required; space is limited. Register online or call 202-994-7394.
Date: Thursday, April 28
Location: The George Washington University Museum and the Textile Museum (701 21st Street, NW)