The ribozo, a traditional Mexican shawl woven in resist-dye ikat, is part of a tradition that is in danger of disappearing. Weaver Hillary Steel will show a short film about master weaver Don Evaristo Borboa Casas and discuss the future of this technique. 10:30 AM. Free. No reservations required.
Event begins at 10:30AM
Presented by: The Textile Museum
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