The rug started life as a sleeping mat.
It was created to provide humans with warmth, protection, rest,
a shroud for the dead, a bundle in which to carry tools.
For those who wandered for years,
following their flocks and herds,
the rug was a singular comfort:
a better bed than the cold ground
or the rough hides of animals.
The Rug Society of Indiana will begin its Fall program on Saturday, September 16th at 1:30pm in the DeBoest Lecture Hall at the IMA. The topic will be American Arts & Crafts Textiles presented by Dianne Ayres. We will have more great speakers at the Indianapolis Museum of Art participating in our show and tells. For more information, please contact Mike Joseph at 317.255.4230
for the latest in Joseph's announcements and Oriental Rug news.
or by appointment.
Joseph's Oriental Rug Imports
4230 East Fall Creek Parkway North Drive (map)
Indianapolis, IN 46205
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