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With generous support of the Florence H. and Eugene E. Myers Charitable Remainders Unitrust, Macy Gallery exhibited "Gifts from Mothers to Daughters: Karen Costumes from Hpaugauhki Village, Thailand."
TEXTILE ART
With the generous support of the Florence H. and Eugene E. Myers Charitable Remainders Unitrust, Macy Gallery exhibited “Gifts from Mothers to Daughters: Karen Costumes from Hpaugauhki Village, Thailand.” Curated by Adjunct Assistant Professor Miyuki Otaka, traditional Karen costumes were shown within the changing context of contemporary life within a village of Karen people—one of the indigenous groups in northern Thailand whose women create outstanding textile art.

Published Tuesday, May. 6, 2008

Textile Art

TEXTILE ART
With the generous support of the Florence H. and Eugene E. Myers Charitable Remainders Unitrust, Macy Gallery exhibited “Gifts from Mothers to Daughters: Karen Costumes from Hpaugauhki Village, Thailand.” Curated by Adjunct Assistant Professor Miyuki Otaka, traditional Karen costumes were shown within the changing context of contemporary life within a village of Karen people—one of the indigenous groups in northern Thailand whose women create outstanding textile art.
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