For the Home

For the Home

India: Maharashtra, Bombay School Plate, c. 1890 Glazed ceramic with pigment, Norton Simon Museum, Gift of Pratap and Chitra Pal

DATE:
TIME:
1:30 pm – 3:30 pm
SPEAKER:
Educator

Explore pattern and design in works from the exhibition In Search of New Markets: Craft Traditions in Nineteenth-Century India. Using clay, design an object with motifs for your home.

EVENT DETAILS

Fee:
Free with admission. This activity is designed for families with children ages 4–10.
Location:
Meets in Entrance Gallery
No reservations needed

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