Emily Zaiden

Director and lead curator, Craft in America

Director and lead curator at Craft in America

Emily Zaiden on KCRW

Piñatas are often the centerpiece at parties, birthdays, and quinciñeras. But they’re also artistic objects that have been overlooked.

At LA’s first-ever piñata exhibit, no blindfolds are necessary. Just bring your art appreciation

Piñatas are often the centerpiece at parties, birthdays, and quinciñeras. But they’re also artistic objects that have been overlooked.

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