The Study Group provides a learning opportunity for those who would like to deepen their knowledge of the many facets of Asian art. Each year when a new theme for study is chosen, members choose a topic to study in depth, present it to the group and learn from all the other members’ presentations. It is a stimulating and enjoyable way to learn and make new friends. We meet on Zoom and attendance is limited to AAC members and Museum docents.
We meet at 10:00 a.m. on Zoom on the third Monday of September and October and March through June. The February meeting is held on the second Monday so we can celebrate the long Presidents Day weekend.
|Sept. 20||Thangka Painting of Tibet||Betty Carr|
|Oct 18||Japanese Kimono and Obi||Margaret Zoehrer|
|Nov. 15||Ainu People and their Textiles||Mary Witztum|
|Feb. 14||Bingata textiles of Okinawa and the Ryukyu culture: history, techniques and application||Almiede "Allie" Arnell|
|Mar. 21||Naga Textiles of Northeast India||Courtenay McGowen|
|Apr. 18||Uzbekistan and neighbors||Mary Dilligan|
|May 16||Textiles: Tour of Northwest India||Ravi Reddy|
|Jun. 20||Hmong Textiles of Laos/Thailand||Elaine Pierce|