Art Around the World - Terra Cotta Warriors of China

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Friday, October 28, 4:15 pm - 5:15 pm
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Board a plane to China or, better yet, hop on the train and travel to the Field Museum to see the Terracotta Warriors first hand. China’s first Emperor, Qin Shihuang, wanted to make sure he and his treasures were protected in the afterlife. In preparation for this, about 8,000 terracotta figures were created over a 10 year period. Learn more about these 6 foot figures and the man they protected as we explore this secret empire and make a terracotta warrior out of air dry clay.

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3rd Grade
Maximum Age: 
4th Grade

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10/28/2016 16:15:00 10/28/2016 17:15:00 America/Chicago Art Around the World - Terra Cotta Warriors of China Arlington Heights Memorial Library Program Lindsey Room,
 
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