At the Crow again – but this time, at NIGHT!

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This Friday, February 20, I’m going to be at the Crow Collection of Asian Art.  I do a lot of demos there, but this one’s a little different – they’re doing a joint presentation with the Dallas Museum of Art’s Late Night program.  So people will be going back and forth to both museums, with hands-on kids projects, Lion Dances, oud music, belly dancing, coffee tastings, wine tastings… and me, reeling silk and talking about silkworms.

I’ll be there from six to ten PM.  Usually, they put me in the second-floor Jade Room… but some of the arranging is still up in the air.  When I was there two weeks ago, I spoke to most of a thousand people in the course of three hours.  For more information, click on either of the links above!  Admission at the Crow is free; admission at the DMA is $10.  If you want to see the King Tut exhibit, that’s extra.

This is the room they usually put me in, but without the benches in the middle.

Lantern Festival at the Crow

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My silk demo will be on display at the Crow Collection of Asian Art for their Lantern Festival.  The event runs from 10 AM to 2 PM; I’m going to be there from 11 to 1.  There will be lion dancers, lanterns to craft and take home… and of course my smiling face!  Sadly, it’s too early in the season for caterpillars.  Admission is free.