China's Treasure: Terra Cotta Warriors at the Minneapolis Institute of Arts


Explore “China’s Terracotta Warriors: The First Emperor’s Legacy” at the Minneapolis Institute of Arts, an exhibition of rare objects from the burial site of Qin Shi Huang, including 10 of the more than 8,000 clay warriors and 600 clay horses unearthed in the expanse surrounding the tomb. Also experience the MIA’s Chinese art collection, enhanced by special programs led by staff, take part in a tea ceremony, listen to music on the ehru and savor a delicious demonstration of Chinese cooking.
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