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FLC Exhibit tells Southwest history through textiles
The “Woven to Wear” exhibit at the Center of Southwest Studies begins with a written explanation by curator Jeanne Brako and from there the clothing and images tell their own history.
A Hopi man’s shirt from the 1890s is on display through May 2014 in the Fort Lewis College Center of Southwest Studies “Woven to Wear” exhibit.
This Hopi embroidered Katsina cape dates from the 1930s. It’s part of the ongoing “Woven to Wear” exhibit at the Center of Southwest Studies at Fort Lewis College.
If you go

“Woven to Wear: Navajo and Puebloan Textiles,” Center of Southwest Studies, Fort Lewis College, free through May 2014. Gallery hours are 1-4 p.m. Monday through Wednesday and Friday; 1-7 p.m. Thursday. For more information, call 247-7456 or visit http://swcenter.fortlewis.edu.

What does your outfit say?

The “Woven to Wear” exhibit at the Center of Southwest Studies begins with a written explanation by curator Jeanne Brako and from there the clothing and images tell their own history.
A Hopi man’s shirt from the 1890s is on display through May 2014 in the Fort Lewis College Center of Southwest Studies “Woven to Wear” exhibit.
This Hopi embroidered Katsina cape dates from the 1930s. It’s part of the ongoing “Woven to Wear” exhibit at the Center of Southwest Studies at Fort Lewis College.
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