SACHI and the Society for Asian Art invite you to a special viewing of a private textile collection

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Saturday, September 12, 2009
10:30 am-12:30 pm

1330 University Ave, Palo Alto
(between Chaucer and Lincoln)

FREE ADMISSION
SPACE IS LIMITED, PLEASE REGISTER EARLY

Our host can only accommodate 24 invitees, 12 from each sponsoring group. Please sign up at your earliest convenience. SACHI members please call Anna Spudich at 650.941.4268 by August 15th or email info@sachi.org

Society For Asian Art Upper Level members only, please call the SAA office at 415.581.3701 or email saa@asianart.org

About the Collection: Harry Greenberg, a professor at Stanford University School of Medicine, has been collecting textiles for 30 years. He started with traditional oriental rugs (both village and tribal), but over the years has put together an eclectic group of several separate collections. His collection includes Andean textiles (both pre-Colombian and post-conquest), woven baskets from many cultures, African textiles, central Asian carpets and textiles, Indian Chintz and other Indian textiles. His primary objective throughout his collecting has been to identify objects that are both beautiful and uncommon.

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