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Title: Sense, Style, Presence : African arts of personal adornment exhibition materials
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Title: Sense, Style, Presence : African arts of personal adornment exhibition materials
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February 23, 6 p.m.
Breaking Borders: Tradition and
Innovation in Kuba Textile Design
Patricia J. Darish, independent scholar
Explore the reciprocal roles of men and women
in the production of textiles.

April 9, 4 p.m.
Coifs and Combs: Hairstyling
as Artistic Inspiration
Sonya Clark, artist, professor and chair
of Craft/Material Studies, Virginia
Commonwealth School of the Arts
Learn about Clark's own work of sculpted
headdresses, coiffures and other tools of
adornment.




April 9, I p.m. 3 p.m.
Bead Power
Sonya Clark, artist, professor and chair
of Craft/Material Studies at Virginia
Commonwealth School of the Arts
Beads are used to make protective power
objects in Africa and throughout the world.
Create your own beaded power charm to wear.
Free; reservations required. Contact Brandi
Breslin at 352.392.9826, bbreslin@harn.ufl.edu.




May 20, I p.m. 4 p.m.
Personal Adornment at the
5th Avenue Arts Festival
Make a beaded bracelet at our 5th Avenue
Arts Festival booth.




April 6, 6 p.m. 8 p.m.
MUSEs Present: Adornment & Identity
Join our Museum University Student Educators
during Museum Nights! Investigate clothes,
hairstyles and other body adornments used to
define or express personal or cultural identity.
This exhibition made possible by the Museum Loan Network
-a program funded and initiated by the John S. and James
L. Knight Foundation and The Pew Charitable Trusts, and
administered by MIT's Office of the Arts
Additional support provided by the Ham
Program Endowment.
artwork credit, fron detaill): Kuba people, DemocraOr Republic of Congo
Womans Skirt, 20th century
MUSEUM OF ART S




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