February 6, 2019 | Wednesday | 7-9PM
$5 suggested donation
Open to the public
633 W. 18th Street
Ornament Magazine, the Ethnographic Group, and Sonoran Glass School present the 2019 Tucson Bead Symposium featuring presentations from speakers and experts on bead topics and history.
PROTECTION BY DAY-PROTECTION BY NIGHT
Amulet Beads of Ancient Egypt
David Ebbinghouse is an art enthusiast and researcher and an artist/designer working in many mediums, from collecting and designing with ancient beads to contemporary performance art.
TRENDS IN BEADS INSPIRED BY NATURE
A Trip Through 40 Years of Ornament Magazine
Interview with Robert K. Liu, Co-editor of Ornament magazine, jeweler, photographer, bead researcher and author.
A Short History of Plastic Imitations of Organic Materials
Rosanna Falabella, PhD Polymer Science and bead collector and researcher for 20 years
GLASS BEADS, BORROWED FROM NATURE
Margaret Zinser Hunt creates flameworked beads and pendants inspired by her love of the insect world.