Please enjoy these photographs from the weaving demonstration and speakers sessions:
Row 1 (left to right): audience member trying the backstrap loom; Pamela Smith speaking with audience members during weaving demonstrations; closeup of textiles; audience member trying the backstrap loom.
Row 2: (left to right): Pamela Smith trying the backstrap loom; audience members observing a demonstration by the Laos masterweavers; masterweaver Bouakham Phengmixay uses the frame loom; audience members view textiles on display.
Row 3 (left to right): a closeup view of the frame loom; Carla Childs speaks to audience members; view of textiles and audience members during the demonstration; Carol Cassidy speaks to audience members
Row 4 left to right): Audience members observe masterweaver Bouakham Phengmixay; closeup of frame loom; Carol Cassidy during weaving demonstration; Carla Childs dresses Making and Knowing Project Manager Naomi Rosenkranz in a Zinacantec Mayan woven outfit.
Row 1 (left to right): Professor at Imperial College London Roger Kneebone Columbia University; audience members line up to ask questions during a conference session;Presidential Scholar in Society and Neuroscience Andrew Goldman; Barnard College Professor Dorothy Ko asks a question during a conference session; Founder of Propel Clare King
Row 2 (left to right):freelance costume tailor Izzy Dabiri;Audience members listen to conference sessions; New Jersey Institute of Technology Professor Maurie Cohen; Professor at Imperial College London Roger Kneebone and Barnard College Professor Dorothy Ko; University of Cambridge Professor Ulinka Rublack
Row 3 (left to right): independent scholar and activisit Uzramma; National Institute of Mental Health and Neurosciences in India Professor Suvarna Alladi answers a question during a conference panel; Columbia University Professor Paul Sajda; freelance costume tailor Izzy Dabiri and Professor at Imperial College Longon Roger Kneebone; independent scholar Amanda Mayer Stinchecum
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