Made in the Americas is the first large-scale, Pan-American exhibition to examine the profound influence of Asia on the arts of the colonial Americas. Featuring nearly 100 of the most extraordinary objects produced in the colonies, this exhibition explores the rich, complex story of how craftsmen throughout the hemisphere adapted Asian styles in a range of materials—from furniture to silverwork, textiles, ceramics, and painting. Learn about how you can use this exhibition in your social studies curriculum, including both United States and World History, and explore how works of art in our collection demonstrate the many ways that artists around the world influence each others’ work.