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  • Art and Architecture in Northern Ghana, Page 15 - Art & Life in Africa - The University of Iowa Museum of Art
    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 Art and Architecture in Northern Ghana by Fred T Smith Kent State University Frafra pottery private collection Photo by Fred T Smith The Frafra recognize the pleasure of using decorated or skillfully made forms The primary purpose of pottery decoration is aesthetic enhancement There are four common pottery motifs usually located on either the shoulder or neck of the vessel each with its own name and meaning A triangular motif for

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  • Art and Death in A Yoruba Community, Page 2 - Art & Life in Africa - The University of Iowa Museum of Art
    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 Art and Death in A Yoruba Community by Norma Wolff Professor Emerita Iowa State University Yoruba peoples Nigeria egungun erin Fayo Photo by Norma Wolff Egungun masqueraders are sources of great pride to the lineages from which they come Members of the family accompany every masquerader singing the oriki praise songs of lineage and ancestors The masqueraders who parade the streets are seen as the

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  • Art and Death in A Yoruba Community, Page 3 - Art & Life in Africa - The University of Iowa Museum of Art
    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 Art and Death in A Yoruba Community by Norma Wolff Professor Emerita Iowa State University Carver working on crest mask Yoruba peoples Abeokuta Nigeria Photo by Norma H Wolff Individual owners and their lineages take great pride in the beauty of particular masqueraders Before the annual egungun festival masks may be repainted and refurbished Those owners who want the finest work take their masks back to the carving compound where they

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  • Art and Death in A Yoruba Community, Page 4 - Art & Life in Africa - The University of Iowa Museum of Art
    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 Art and Death in A Yoruba Community by Norma Wolff Professor Emerita Iowa State University Yoruba peoples Nigeria egungun masquerade Photo by Norma Wolff Egungun masqueraders that come out during the annual festival have distinct personalities Two major types are distinguished Egungun j eje are gentle They move slowly about the town as they

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  • Art and Death in A Yoruba Community, Page 5 - Art & Life in Africa - The University of Iowa Museum of 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 Art and Death in A Yoruba Community by Norma Wolff Professor Emerita Iowa State University Egungun Ode Yoruba peoples Nigeria Photo by Norma H Wolff Only certain types of egungun such as egungun ode the hunter egungun worn by worshippers of Ogun can be manifested as either jeje or ijanjuku The ode mask is identified by the hunters long headdress tufted to the left with a knob at the tip

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  • Art and Death in A Yoruba Community, Page 6 - Art & Life in Africa - The University of Iowa Museum of Art
    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 Art and Death in A Yoruba Community by Norma Wolff Professor Emerita Iowa State University Egungun Ode Yoruba peoples Nigeria Photo by Norma H Wolff The mask of the gentle form of the egungun ode is carved with soft features like those of a woman with the distinctive headdress tiered and carefully incised

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  • Art and Death in A Yoruba Community, Page 7 - Art & Life in Africa - The University of Iowa Museum of Art
    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 Art and Death in A Yoruba Community by Norma Wolff Professor Emerita Iowa State University Yoruba peoples Nigeria egungun masquerade Photo by Norma Wolff The owner of an egungun ode manifested in its gentle form may choose to elaborate it by attaching the mask head to a tray ate with additional carvings or medicines are affixed The carvings may be added serially so that the mask becomes increasing intricate through the years Such a masquerader egungun alate owner of a tray is greatly praised for

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  • Art and Death in A Yoruba Community, Page 23 - Art & Life in Africa - The University of Iowa Museum of Art
    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 Art and Death in A Yoruba Community by Norma Wolff Professor Emerita Iowa State University Man preparing to perform egungun Yoruba peoples Abeokuta Nigeria Photo by Norma H Wolff Before a man can put on the egungun costume he must prepare himself by taking medicines and making sacrifices so that the ancestor spirit can enter his body This owner of masquerader is on his way to put on his mask and costume His pride in his role is indicated by the fact that his attendants carry a

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