Sackler, ImaginAsia classroom, sublevel 2
Use a miniature activity guide to explore the Silk Road Luxuries from China installation. Discover luxury objects, such as mirrors, wine cups, and cosmetic boxes, from the Tang dynasty and learn about their foreign inspirations. Then return to the classroom to make your own repoussé mirror.
Event begins at 2:00PM
Presented by: Freer and Sackler Galleries - Smithsonian Institution
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