Interested in seeing the Peruvian Exhibition currently at SAM and having a guided tour too?
You’ll experience a “…major exhibition of Peruvian art that includes rarely seen sculpture, metalwork, painting and textiles spanning 3,000 years. Visitors will be introduced to the rich heritage of ancient Peru, including superb works of the Mochica, Chimu and Inca cultures.”
“This unusually wide-ranging exhibition covers archaeology, ancient rituals, royal ceremonies, conquest and colonization, the formation of the republic and the emergence of a new national identity. Experience the unfolding of culture through the creative achievements of Peru, from gold funerary masks to modern folk art.” (Seattle Art Museum website.)
Our own Seattle SDA member, Barbara O’Steen, will conduct a tour for all SDA members at noon on Wed. Dec. 11th. Peru is famous for their textiles which she studied in college.
The exhibit of over 300 artifacts is currently on display at Seattle Art Museum at 1300 First Avenue, Seattle through January 5. More information on the exhibit, as well as ticket information can be found at: http://seattleartmuseum.org/peru/