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NEW! VIRTUAL Cocktails & Collections

Every 3rd Thursday of the month, join us for a live virtual event featuring art from the MFA’s special exhibitions and newly-renovated Collection galleries. Make an art-inspired signature cocktail ahead of time (we’ll provide the recipe), and enjoy a specially curated art tour from home!

Featured exhibition Color Riot! How Color Changed Navajo Textiles

Enjoy a live tour of this special exhibition featuring over 80 remarkable Navajo weavings that celebrate the individualism and flair for experimentation in Navajo textiles starting from the last quarter of the nineteenth century as well as contemporary weavings. The MFA’s curatorial lead for Color Riot! will take us inside the galleries during the event.

Color Riot! was organized by the Heard Museum, Phoenix, Arizona.

Signature cocktail — Indigo Thrill  (Get recipe here)

 

Stephanie Chill joined the MFA in 2015, and is the onsite curatorial lead for Color Riot! How Color Changed Navajo Textiles. Through her work in the museum field, Chill aims to integrate art appreciation with cultural understanding. Chill received her BA in Anthropology and Communications from the University of Central Florida. In 2013, she received her MA in Heritage with a focus in Management from Newcastle University in England.

 

Free for MFA Members, and $10 For Not-Yet Members (members must register and log in to receive discount).

 

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Event Details


Date
January 21

Time
6:30–7:30 pm

Location
Online via Zoom

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