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Clarence H. White and His World Book Cover

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A Museum's Mid-century Legacy: Fragment poster

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Tue. Apr 24
the Davis Museum

Join Soulful Stitching co-curator Sarah K. Khan and Davis Museum Assistant Curator Amanda Gilvin for a gallery talk on the African diasporic Indian art of kawandi, patchwork quilts made from saris. With a focus on how the quilts relate to  food, culture, and social justice, Khan will discuss her

Sat. Apr 28
11:00am to 3:00pm
Davis Lobby, Plaza and Galleries
Family Day will be filled with activities for visitors of all ages with inspiration from exhibitions
Fri. May 4
2:00pm to 4:30pm
Davis Lobby

Reception to follow

In the 1930s, the city of Antioch—an important capital of the Eastern Roman Empire—was excavated by a consortium of institutions, who subsequently received mosaics into their collections throughout the world. Wellesley’s Antioch mosaic, dated to the 5th-century C.E.