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  • Akan Brass Casting, Page 5 - Art & Life in Africa - The University of Iowa Museum of Art
    Cameroon Grasslands Luba Art and Divination Mangbetu Royal Art and Herbert Lang 1902 1906 Masquerades Among the Dan People Mbari Art as Process in Igboland Military Arts of the Fante Nature Spirits and Arts in Burkina Faso Puppet Masquerades in the Valley of the Niger Sculpture of the Bamana Jo Society Signs and Symbols in African Art Graphic Patterns in Burkina Faso Textiles in Mali The Art of Burkina Faso The Status of Dogon Visual Culture Visual Symbols of Self South Sotho Arts and Initiation Weaving in Southern Nigeria Women s Art and Initiation in Mendeland Yoruba Gelede Masquerade Young Women in Contemporary Zulu Society Akan Brass Casting by Raymond Silverman University of Michigan 14 th century Egyptian brass container Nsoko Ghana Photo by Raymond Silverman These and four other Middle Eastern basins are all that remain of one type of commodity that was imported from the north several hundred years ago to exchange for gold Undoubtedly there were many other imported brass vessels that have not survived and probably ended up being recycled in the local Akan production of brass goods One of the most impressive products of this local tradition is the kuduo pl nkuduo a container for

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  • Akan Brass Casting, Page 6 - Art & Life in Africa - The University of Iowa Museum of Art
    Bamana Women s Pottery Benin Kingdom Leadership Regalia Do in Leaves and Wood Among the Bobo and the Bwa Frafra Leatherwork and Brass Bangles Ifa Divination Igbo Art in Social Context Islam and Islamic Arts in Africa Komo among Tagwa Senufo Peoples in Southwest Burkina Faso Kuba Art and Rule Life in the Cameroon Grasslands Luba Art and Divination Mangbetu Royal Art and Herbert Lang 1902 1906 Masquerades Among the Dan People Mbari Art as Process in Igboland Military Arts of the Fante Nature Spirits and Arts in Burkina Faso Puppet Masquerades in the Valley of the Niger Sculpture of the Bamana Jo Society Signs and Symbols in African Art Graphic Patterns in Burkina Faso Textiles in Mali The Art of Burkina Faso The Status of Dogon Visual Culture Visual Symbols of Self South Sotho Arts and Initiation Weaving in Southern Nigeria Women s Art and Initiation in Mendeland Yoruba Gelede Masquerade Young Women in Contemporary Zulu Society Akan Brass Casting by Raymond Silverman University of Michigan Ghana Akan peoples Forowa container Brass H 28 1 cm 11 1 16 Fowler Museum at UCLA Gift of Doran H Ross X82 884a b The kuduo in turn seems to have inspired

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  • Akan Brass Casting, Page 7 - Art & Life in Africa - The University of Iowa Museum of Art
    of the Bamana Blacksmith Bamana Women s Pottery Benin Kingdom Leadership Regalia Do in Leaves and Wood Among the Bobo and the Bwa Frafra Leatherwork and Brass Bangles Ifa Divination Igbo Art in Social Context Islam and Islamic Arts in Africa Komo among Tagwa Senufo Peoples in Southwest Burkina Faso Kuba Art and Rule Life in the Cameroon Grasslands Luba Art and Divination Mangbetu Royal Art and Herbert Lang 1902 1906 Masquerades Among the Dan People Mbari Art as Process in Igboland Military Arts of the Fante Nature Spirits and Arts in Burkina Faso Puppet Masquerades in the Valley of the Niger Sculpture of the Bamana Jo Society Signs and Symbols in African Art Graphic Patterns in Burkina Faso Textiles in Mali The Art of Burkina Faso The Status of Dogon Visual Culture Visual Symbols of Self South Sotho Arts and Initiation Weaving in Southern Nigeria Women s Art and Initiation in Mendeland Yoruba Gelede Masquerade Young Women in Contemporary Zulu Society Akan Brass Casting by Raymond Silverman University of Michigan Diagram illustrating the basic categories of kuduo Akan peoples Ghana Photo by Raymond Silverman This diagram illustrates the six basic stylistic categories of kuduo A seventh is reserved for

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  • Akan Brass Casting, Page 23 - Art & Life in Africa - The University of Iowa Museum of Art
    Art and Initiation in Western Zambia Art and Life Among the Zaramo of Tanzania Art and Rule in the Benin Kingdom Art from the Ijo Spirit World Art of the Bamana Blacksmith Bamana Women s Pottery Benin Kingdom Leadership Regalia Do in Leaves and Wood Among the Bobo and the Bwa Frafra Leatherwork and Brass Bangles Ifa Divination Igbo Art in Social Context Islam and Islamic Arts in Africa Komo among Tagwa Senufo Peoples in Southwest Burkina Faso Kuba Art and Rule Life in the Cameroon Grasslands Luba Art and Divination Mangbetu Royal Art and Herbert Lang 1902 1906 Masquerades Among the Dan People Mbari Art as Process in Igboland Military Arts of the Fante Nature Spirits and Arts in Burkina Faso Puppet Masquerades in the Valley of the Niger Sculpture of the Bamana Jo Society Signs and Symbols in African Art Graphic Patterns in Burkina Faso Textiles in Mali The Art of Burkina Faso The Status of Dogon Visual Culture Visual Symbols of Self South Sotho Arts and Initiation Weaving in Southern Nigeria Women s Art and Initiation in Mendeland Yoruba Gelede Masquerade Young Women in Contemporary Zulu Society Akan Brass Casting by Raymond Silverman University of Michigan Examples

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  • Akan Leadership Art and Ceremony, Page 2 - Art & Life in Africa - The University of Iowa Museum of Art
    Tagwa Senufo Peoples in Southwest Burkina Faso Kuba Art and Rule Life in the Cameroon Grasslands Luba Art and Divination Mangbetu Royal Art and Herbert Lang 1902 1906 Masquerades Among the Dan People Mbari Art as Process in Igboland Military Arts of the Fante Nature Spirits and Arts in Burkina Faso Puppet Masquerades in the Valley of the Niger Sculpture of the Bamana Jo Society Signs and Symbols in African Art Graphic Patterns in Burkina Faso Textiles in Mali The Art of Burkina Faso The Status of Dogon Visual Culture Visual Symbols of Self South Sotho Arts and Initiation Weaving in Southern Nigeria Women s Art and Initiation in Mendeland Yoruba Gelede Masquerade Young Women in Contemporary Zulu Society Akan Leadership Art and Ceremony by Michelle Gilbert Trinity College Akropong Akwapim Akuapem Odwira festival Ghana Photo by Michelle Gilbert The Akan year is divided into 9 units of 42 days by a rite called adae when the ancestors are deemed to be especially close to the living Six weeks before the 9 th adae when Odwira is celebrated the royal black stools ancestral shrines are placed on their sides and the ancestors are put to sleep funerals drumming and yam

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  • Akan Leadership Art and Ceremony, Page 3 - Art & Life in Africa - The University of Iowa Museum of Art
    Peoples in Southwest Burkina Faso Kuba Art and Rule Life in the Cameroon Grasslands Luba Art and Divination Mangbetu Royal Art and Herbert Lang 1902 1906 Masquerades Among the Dan People Mbari Art as Process in Igboland Military Arts of the Fante Nature Spirits and Arts in Burkina Faso Puppet Masquerades in the Valley of the Niger Sculpture of the Bamana Jo Society Signs and Symbols in African Art Graphic Patterns in Burkina Faso Textiles in Mali The Art of Burkina Faso The Status of Dogon Visual Culture Visual Symbols of Self South Sotho Arts and Initiation Weaving in Southern Nigeria Women s Art and Initiation in Mendeland Yoruba Gelede Masquerade Young Women in Contemporary Zulu Society Akan Leadership Art and Ceremony by Michelle Gilbert Trinity College Akropong Akwapim Akuapem Odwira festival Ghana Photo by Michelle Gilbert 1995 On Odwira Tuesday the new yam is introduced by the lineage of one of the first families to settle in Akuropon A young man runs down the main street of town carrying a large new yam while others rush to break off small pieces to take home Now everyone may eat yam Yam is considered the first and only real food This

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  • Akan Leadership Art and Ceremony, Page 4 - Art & Life in Africa - The University of Iowa Museum of Art
    in Southwest Burkina Faso Kuba Art and Rule Life in the Cameroon Grasslands Luba Art and Divination Mangbetu Royal Art and Herbert Lang 1902 1906 Masquerades Among the Dan People Mbari Art as Process in Igboland Military Arts of the Fante Nature Spirits and Arts in Burkina Faso Puppet Masquerades in the Valley of the Niger Sculpture of the Bamana Jo Society Signs and Symbols in African Art Graphic Patterns in Burkina Faso Textiles in Mali The Art of Burkina Faso The Status of Dogon Visual Culture Visual Symbols of Self South Sotho Arts and Initiation Weaving in Southern Nigeria Women s Art and Initiation in Mendeland Yoruba Gelede Masquerade Young Women in Contemporary Zulu Society Akan Leadership Art and Ceremony by Michelle Gilbert Trinity College Akropong Akwapim Akuapem Odwira festival Ghana Photo by Michelle Gilbert 1989 Also on Tuesday ritual officials led by two ancient drums leave to perform secret rites at Amanprobi On their return to Akuropon they stop at houses where the royal ancestral stools were formerly kept This is a royal progress To show Odwira has arrived the ban on sound is lifted The ritual officials sing war songs and are welcomed at the palace by

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  • Akan Leadership Art and Ceremony, Page 5 - Art & Life in Africa - The University of Iowa Museum of Art
    Burkina Faso Kuba Art and Rule Life in the Cameroon Grasslands Luba Art and Divination Mangbetu Royal Art and Herbert Lang 1902 1906 Masquerades Among the Dan People Mbari Art as Process in Igboland Military Arts of the Fante Nature Spirits and Arts in Burkina Faso Puppet Masquerades in the Valley of the Niger Sculpture of the Bamana Jo Society Signs and Symbols in African Art Graphic Patterns in Burkina Faso Textiles in Mali The Art of Burkina Faso The Status of Dogon Visual Culture Visual Symbols of Self South Sotho Arts and Initiation Weaving in Southern Nigeria Women s Art and Initiation in Mendeland Yoruba Gelede Masquerade Young Women in Contemporary Zulu Society Akan Leadership Art and Ceremony by Michelle Gilbert Trinity College Akropong Akwapim Akuapem Odwira festival Ghana Photo by Michelle Gilbert 1992 Odwira Wednesday is a day of mourning It is the great adae the beginning of the new year Before sunrise the Queen Mother dressed in red and black for mourning comes to the palace and weeps Then palace drums sound and all the townspeople grieve because the dead have been brought home People drink but it is a day of fasting Later the king dressed

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