Behind-The-Scenes installation of Mongolian yurt at the Aga Khan Museum

Straight from the Central Asian Steppe and handmade from felt and wood, the yurt is one of 10 immersive and interactive experiences as part of the museum’s latest exhibition, Listening to Art, Seeing Music. The yurt will feature pop-up performances from guests around the world (Syria, Ukraine, Iran, Turkey) and offer a warm, communal gathering space where visitors can listen to live music, exchange stories and share a cup of tea. –Toronto Guardian.

 

Source: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rYHkPmmED-M

 

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