Iranzamin, the land of the Persians, showcases more than 100 rarely seen objects at Sydney's Powerhouse Museum, exploring the diverse social and cultural history of Persia − today’s Iran. The exhibition examines how objects inspired by traditional arts and crafts were used in Persian society and by its people.
Iranzamin includes objects acquired from the 1880s to 2021, with a focus on the Qajar era (1789-1925) and encompasses material culture and techniques, from hand-woven crafts, carpets and rugs, textiles, embroidery and foundry to arms and armour, glass, ceramics and tiles.
INDEX OF INTERVIEWS:
01.10: Prof. Pedram Khosronejad - Curator.
21.25: Lisa Havilah - Chief Executive, Powerhouse Museum.
A transcript of these interviews is available for download HERE. The transcriptions are made possible by the support from Pixel Perfect Prolab - The photolab for professionals.