Tang at Home Studio: Wrapped in Tradition

A woman in a traditional, red, Native American dress sits on artificial grass, before a fake painted backdrop, and surrounded by fake flowers and plastic animals
Wendy Red Star, Spring [from Four Seasons], 2006, archival pigment print on Sunset Fiber rag, 23 x 26 inches, Tang Teaching Museum collection, purchased with generous funding from Ann Schapps Schaffer ’62 and Melvyn S. Schaffer, 2017.27.3

Join us this week for Tang at Home Studio: Wrapped in Tradition! Register beginning Monday, August 3, to learn about and be inspired by artist Wendy Red Star and explore how clothing can help tell stories about our traditions, memories, and ourselves, and then join us for a live Zoom event at 2:00 PM Friday, August 7 (registration details below).

Hosted by Tang Museum Educator Sunny Ra, and geared toward children age 5 to 12 accompanied by a parent or other adult, the hour-long live session will focus on sharing with the group the outfits that you put together to tell your own story!

Before Friday’s live event, check out these instructions here.

Tang at Home Studio: Wrapped in Tradition is free, however, registration is required and space is limited.

Click here to register.

Once you register, you will receive confirmation, project instructions, and a Zoom link. Registration will close once the event reaches capacity.

If you have any questions, please email Museum Educator Sunny Ra at sra@skidmore.edu.

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Pattern by Madeleine Welsch ’17
Inspired by the exhibition Someday is Now: The Art of Corita Kent
The Tang Pattern Project celebrates the Museum’s 20th anniversary. Organized by Head of Design Jean Tschanz-Egger, past and current Tang Design Interns created patterns inspired by the Museum’s exhibition and event history.