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Vanishing Traditions Textiles and Treasures from Southwest China

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Baby carrier, China, Guizhou Province, Qiandongnan region, Miao people mid-20th century. The Textile Museum 2015.8.164. The Bea Roberts Collection of ...

Vanishing Traditions. Clothes from minority cultures in Southwest China ...

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MIAO FESTIVAL CROWN of silver alloy, cotton and silk streamers, Leishan County, Guizhou

Vanishing Traditions: Textiles and Treasures from Southwest China

MIAO WOMAN'S JACKET of cotton, silk, embroidered, Yahui Township, Danzhai County,

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Vanishing Traditions: Textiles and Treasures from Southwest China

GEJIA WOMAN'S FESTIVAL JACKET, front and back, of silk, cotton, embroidered,

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MIAO WOMAN'S NECKLACE, of seven layers with dragon motifs, of silver alloy, engraved

Vanishing Traditions: Textiles And Treasures From Southwest China

Vanishing Traditions: Textiles and Treasures from Southwest China. October 10, 2010 - December 5, 2010

Vanishing Traditions: Textiles and Treasures from Southwest China

Vanishing Traditions: Textiles and Treasures from Southwest China

Vanishing Traditions: Textiles and Treasures from Southwest China. October 10, 2010 - December 5, 2010

Showcase: 'Vanishing' Chinese traditions

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Vanishing Traditions: Textiles and Treasures from Southwest China

GEJIA WOMAN'S FESTIVAL JACKET, front and back, of silk, cotton, embroidered,

MIAO YOUNG MAN'S JACKET of silk, cotton, metal bells, Job's tears, embroidered

MIAO WOMAN'S JACKET of cotton and silk, embroidered, Guiding County, Guizhou Province,

2018 Multifaith Film Fest

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DONG BRACELETS of silver, stamped, repousséd, Guizhou Province, China, mid-

Gallery of motif batik modern 2017. Motif Batik Modern 2017 Vanishing Traditions Textiles and Treasures From southwest China ...

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MIAO WOMEN enjoying a New Year celebration, part of a slide show in the “

DONG CHILD'S HAT, decorated with pompoms and the eight Daoist immortals, of cotton,

Sha Sha (Hui): bedcover, circa 2010s, Kunming City, Yunnan Province, cotton; courtesy Museum of International Folk Art

Washington Harbour Ice Skating

Motif Batik Modern 2017 Visit to In Praise Of Silk Fashion From China National Silk Museum

... NW Washington, DC 20052 (One-minute walk from GW Library); Free. Special Exhibit: Vanishing Traditions: Textiles and Treasures from Southwest China

Quilts of Southwest China

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Exhibition: How to Make the Universe Right – The Art of Priests and Shamans from Vietnam and Southern China

Pam Najdowski (center), owner of Textile Treasures and Minority Peoples ethnographic expert, acquired many of the quilts for the Santa Fe MoIFA show.

Event: Ali Istalifi Talks about Suzani, Ikat and other Central Asian Textiles for ORTS

“Vanishing Traditions: Textiles and Treasures From Southwest China”

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A Cultural and Metaphorical History of Traditional Chinese Bellybands

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Richard Koh Fine Art in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia presents a selection of work by Chinese artist Sun Xun (CRF 2012). The show featuring watercolor drawings and ...

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Fabric of life: "Quilts of Southwest China" | Museum Shows | santafenewmexican.com

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Common threads: Pueblo and Navajo textiles in: Whitaker, Kathleen

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The George Washington University Museum and The Textile Museum

Event: Gender Twists in the Weaving, Embroidery and Structure of Shidong Miao Festival Costume – Talk by Iain Stephens

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Traditional Batik, Guizhou, China

Fabric of life: "Quilts of Southwest China"

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Event: Japan Textiles Workshop

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Boldness of Forms and Colors: Asian Textiles in the National Palace Museum Collection

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Exhibition: Artistry in Silk – The Kimono of Itchiku Kubota

Fun Ways to Celebrate Lunar New Year With Kids in D.C. and Baltimore

In her southern CA home, seasoned traveler and anthropologist Bea Roberts talked about changes taking place in Chinese minority life style and conditions.

“Vanishing Traditions” explores traditions from minority cultures in southwest China, now endangered by modernization. The exhibit runs now through July 9.

Silk Splendour: Textiles of Late Imperial China 1644-1911

Cultures of the world inspire Carlsbad artist - The San Diego Union-Tribune

In Laos, however, the material has long been produced by the indigenous Hmong tribe, who use it in everyday clothing such as trousers and jackets, ...

Chinese Textiles

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Exhibition: Embroidery from Koto, the East of the Lake

Chinese Textiles 960-1860

A Gallery Talk at Sam Noble Museum in Conjunction with the Putting Baskets to Work in Southwest China Exhibition

Samples of fabric for wrapping kimono, Japan, c17th