On-site at the museum
Join Associate Curator of Southeast Asian Art Dr. Natasha Reichle for a lecture that explores how vibrant textiles from across Indonesia, the Philippines, and Malaysia reveal stories as varied as the region’s hundreds of weaving traditions and as universal as cloth.
Open to Friend, Patron, Jade Circle, and Nexus members
Weaving Stories brings together nearly 45 outstanding examples of textiles from across Indonesia, the Philippines, and Malaysia, along with fascinating archival photographs, multimedia displays, and interactive components, reveal how fabrics were woven into the daily lives of the peoples of Southeast Asia.
5:35 PM | Welcome
5:40 PM | Lecture
6:20 PM | Q&A
The exhibition will be open to members for viewing before and after the lecture for Member Preview Day We recommend reserving a timed general admission ticket to preview the exhibition.
Jade Circle and Nexus members may RSVP to [email protected] or 415.581.3794.
Questions? Contact us at [email protected].
Image: Ceremonial textile (tampan), approx. 1700–1800. Indonesia; Lampung, Sumatra, Paminggir people. Cotton. Asian Art Museum of San Francisco, Gift of M. Glenn Vinson and Claire Vinson, 2021.59. Photograph © Don Tuttle.
Curated by Associate Curator of Southeast Asian Art Dr. Natasha Reichle.
Weaving Stories is organized by the Asian Art Museum of San Francisco. Presentation is made possible with the generous support of a gift in memory of Murni Soewardho Knoepfel; Walter Jared Frost and David Salman; and Tania and Michael Stepanian.