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Events for March 14, 2020
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It's International Women's Month and we are celebrating Women Artisans! Discover textile jewelry from India to colorful woven fabrics from Guatemala and handwoven rugs from Mexico and Morocco. Come see heritage renderings of artisan craftswomen and learn about their creative process. Each piece at the House of Tribalfare is a one-of-a-kind item made by artisans from across the globe. Your mindfulness in making ethical choices by supporting these artisans helps us with ensuring our fair trade and an all immersive cultural business ethos. Choose from: - Hand embroidered bags by the Rabari women of Kutch, India - Huipils woven by Guatemalan women artisans - Rugs by the Berber women of Morocco - Rugs by women weavers in Mexico - Red & Black clay pottery from Mexico - Small batch self care products by Detroit women artisans ... and so much moreFind out more »
Museum Educators offer a behind-the-scenes look at the Museum’s acclaimed Collections Wing Vaults. Cranbrook Art Museum’s collections document outstanding examples of art, architecture, craft, and design from the 20th and 21st centuries, with a special interest in recognizing the history and innovations of Cranbrook and the achievements of its artists. $5 plus museum admission.Find out more »
Join us for a casual and lively discussion of “Ruth Adler Schnee: Modern Designs for Living” led by a museum educator in the galleries. Free with museum admission and open to all ages! Collections Wing and Exhibition tours are held on second Saturdays of each month!Find out more »
We invite you to discover Islam and its People through several presentations and activities , starting at 1pm with a talk for Adults,: Islam 101; at 2pm, kids and their families will be welcome to look at our exhibitions, try our workshops on calligraphy, mosaics and lantern making, and discover food from several Islamic countries. CAIR Michigan Franklin Public Library Friends of 1001 Inventions Michigan Huda School & MontessoriFind out more »