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Head, 2500-800 BP (500BC-200AD) Terracotta
Head of a female Ooni Ife (Yoruba) Nigeria Terracotta 800-700 BP
Olowe, Offering Bowl, Yoruba, Nigeria Wood, pigment Early 20 th century
Mother and child Yoruba, Nigeria Wood, pigments, fiber 20 th century
Sowei Headdress, Sande society, (Gola, Vai Peoples) Liberia Sierra Leone Wood, pigment 20 th century Relative luminosity/shinning smoothness
Sande society initiates, Bandi, Liberia
Figure, Fanti, Ghana Wood, fabric, beads 20 th century
Various stages of coiffure making Fanti, Ghana Early 20 th century
Comb, Baule, Ivory Coast, Wood, gold, thread 20 th century
Hairpin /hair spoons Zulu Peoples Ivory,
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Hairstyle made with fruit pips Wando Peoples, Namibia
Woman with wig Southwest, Angola
Banza man Democratic Republic of Congo
Berber woman with musical instrument
Woman with coiffure in the Form of a crest with ornaments And comb, Igbo Peoples, Nigeria
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Child with fontanel protection Mambila, Cameroon
(Dada—Alaade ori) Omo’lokun, Dread locks, Yoruba/Edo Peoples, Nigeria 20 th century
Bolaji Campbell, Abiku, Soil on canvas, 1993
Girl with her doll Mwila, Angola
Doll, Mwila, Angola Wood, fiber, beads
Basket like coiffure, Mangbetu Peoples, Democratic Republic of Congo
Magbetu woman D.R. Congo
Fulani woman with elaborate Coiffure, 20 th century
Fan-shaped Coiffure, Zande Peoples, D.R. Congo
Man with comb in hair Kassanga Peoples, Guinea
Man with dreadlocks Brooklyn, New York
Toni Morrison, Nobel Laureate for Literature
ART AND AESTHETICS: The Artistic Enterprise in Pre/Postcolonial African Societies.
Masking Traditions: honoring our mothers The Religious Landscape.
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African Aesthetics Beauty defined- Manifestations of beauty: outer and inner The useful, the functional, the complete, the appropriate The Head– outer.
Masking Traditions in Africa. British Marines displaying their loot after the sack of Benin, 1897.
Unit: 6 Africa STYLE of ART This symbol indicates that there is a video on KHAN Academy This symbol indicates that there is a video on You Tube, Smart.
Masking Traditions: Honoring our mothers. The Religious Landscape.
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Africa CE. Enduring Understandings Human life and art has radiated from Africa well beyond the continent. African arts are active, motivate.
Self-Portraiture through Masks. Templo Mayor (Main Temple). Tenochtitlan (modern Mexico City, Mexico). Mexica (Aztec) C.E. Stone (temple);
Masking Traditions in Africa British Marines displaying their loot after the sack of Benin, 1897.
Global Prehistory images Form : Content: Context: Function Themes: Terms: 1. Apollo 11 stones. Namibia. C.25,500-25,300 BCE Charcoal on stone 4.
Political Map of Western Africa Geography Unit 5.
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Physical Features of Africa. Countries of Africa.
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Nations (pg. 870) Libya Madagascar Malawi Mali Mauritania Morocco Mozambique Namibia Niger Nigeria Republic of the Congo Rwanda Senegal Sierra Leone.
Understanding masks from Africa. Why do people wear and use masks? conceal shock scare disguise transform celebrate When have you worn a mask?
African Countries Report Objective: To demonstrate an understanding of the history and culture of an African nation. Activity: Student will choose an African.
By:Jack Goan. Chimpanzees are very smart. They know how to make and use tools. In fact they are the animal closest to a human. Chimps are also very easy.
Igbo Ukwu. Map of Nigeria depicting the various ancient cultures.
Africa The Next ASIA. Highest GDP & Diversified Economies Egypt Morocco South Africa Tunisia.
Incised Ochre Plaque, Blombos Cave, South Africa, c. 7,000 BCE Cattle being tended, detail from rock wall painting, Algeria, c BCE Bird Head,
Splash Screen Contents Africa South of the Sahara Physical Political Gems and Minerals Fast Facts Country Profiles Click on a hyperlink to view the corresponding.
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Global Art Presentations. Indigenous Americas 1. Bandolier bag. Lenape (eastern Delaware) tribe. c C.E. Beadwork on leather.
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African Sculpture and its influence on modern art.
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Art and design Understanding masks from Africa. Why do people wear and use masks? to conceal to shock to scare to disguise to transform to celebrate Have.
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