Members Event | Art-Making Activity for Families “Woven Wonders”
June 10, 2023
MFAH members at the Family Level and above are invited to reserve tickets for an art-making activity led by a teaching artist. This edition is inspired by the exhibition Woven Wonders: Indian Textiles from the Parpia Collection. Learn the bandhani textile-dyeing process, and come away with a naturally dyed bandana of your own to take home.
Assembled to reflect India’s myriad regional traditions, the Parpia Collection showcases the extraordinary aesthetic and technical diversity of Indian textiles. Ranging from folk textiles to sophisticated court textiles, the objects span the 14th century to the early 20th century. The collection illustrates the preeminence of textile arts from India throughout history with examples of hand-painted and hand-block-printed cotton, embroidery, ikat, tie-dye, brocade, and tapestry.
Tickets | FREE
Choose your one-hour time slot when you reserve your tickets. Activities are recommended for ages 4 to 12, with adult supervision.
Plan Your Visit
This event takes place in the classroom adjacent to the Hirsch Library on the lower level of the Beck Building, and the exhibition is located on the same level. On Saturdays, the Museum is open from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.
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“Woven Wonders: Indian Textiles from the Parpia Collection” is organized by the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston.
The Sushila and Dr. Durga D. Agrawal Family
Generous support provided by:
Sesh and Prabha Bala
Milton D. Rosenau, Jr. and Dr. Ellen R. Gritz
Chitra Kumar and Kumar Bashyam
Paul and Manmeet Likhari
Nidhika and Pershant Mehta
Drs. Kumara and Usha Peddamatham
Special exhibition programming is made possible by The Medha and Shashank Karve Endowment Fund.