Hyde Cabinet #25: Kashi Kari
Celebrating Tradition and Craftsmanship from Pakistan

This exhibition presents a Pakistani Kashi Kari (kaa-shee-kaa-ree) tile and sheds light on this important, hand-crafted art form, which risks being lost due to a lack of patronage, as mass-produced tiles become increasingly available.
The Hyde Cabinet, named in honor of Megan Hyde, former Tang Educator for College and Public Programs and Curatorial Assistant (2008–2016), is an exhibition case curated by members of the Tang’s Student Advisory Council.
Exhibition Name
Hyde Cabinet #25: Kashi Kari
Celebrating Tradition and Craftsmanship from Pakistan
Exhibition Type
Student Curated
Place
Hyde Cabinet
Dates
May 18 - Sep 8
Curators
Hyde Cabinet #25: Kashi Kari—Celebrating Tradition and Craftsmanship from Pakistan is organized by Sana Arif ’26.
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