Event dates: 8–9 July 2016
This two-day conference, to be held at the British Museum, will respond to the current exhibition in Room 91, Krishna in the Garden of Assam: The Cultural Context of an Indian Textile.
It will consider Assamese textiles, trade and contact through the Himalayas from north-east India to Tibet, and the performance traditions that connect the ancient Krishna-related textiles with modern Assamese culture. The conference will include an exhibition viewing and reception.
Among the speakers will be Rosemary Crill, speaking about Indian woven silks in Tibet.
Tickets are £20.
For more information, and to download the conference schedule or book a place, visit the website of the British Museum, London.