A weather-inspired post: A handy basket for transporting wet rice seedlings can also double as a rain cape: http://t.co/9jSGwo9OWZ
Decorative finishes on
#basketry from the Philippines includes subtle lizard-shaped handles: http://t.co/zWhuCc33w0
Hats may be different across cultures, but they're often indicators of social status & affiliation.
#Basketry eg: http://t.co/jrOqMH8yYQ
Ingenious use of
#basketry in the Luzon Cordillera: a utilitarian field object has a second use as a rain cape. http://t.co/ntZz534aNe
MT @sfomuseum: New exhibit alert! Installation is underway 4 Philippine Basketry: Luzon Cordillera from
Making sure everything is 'just so' for our newest exhibit of Philippine
New exhibit alert! Installation is underway in the IT for Philippine Basketry: Luzon Cordillera from
Raising chickens? Take a look at an ingenious & beautiful basketry coop of the Luzon Cordillera: http://t.co/lkQaE0TV9G
Ruth Asawa (1926–2013) was a revered Bay Area artist who worked in sculpture and created a handful of functional objects. After a trip to Mexico, she was inspired by looped wire basketry used to store produce and eggs in the marketplace.
Sweet potatoes are plentiful in the Cordillera, & heavy loads were transported by
#basketry carried by forehead: http://t.co/ro3VJie2XA
There are only a few more days to see our exhibit of Philippine
#basketry! http://t.co/4Dx5BcXAyX It's pre-TSA in the IT & it's #free!