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Guest Lecture: Navajo Weaving in the 19th Century, by Ann Hedlund

classic serape

Late classic serape, ca. 1865, United States, Southwest, Navajo. Wool; weft-faced plain weave, interlocked-tapestry weave, eccentric curved weft. Promised gift of the Thomas W. Weisel Family to the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco, L12.103.2

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Koret Auditorium

Ann Hedlund is the director of the Gloria F. Ross Center for Tapestry Studies at the Arizona State Museum, and curator of Ethnology and professor of Anthropology at the University of Arizona, Tucson.

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$3 members | $4 non-members. Pay admission at the auditorium. No reservations.

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(415) 750-3638
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