A fine Eastern Pende Panya-Gombe African mask. Coll.: David Norden
Spurlock Museum Illinois
Where Animals Dance
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Where Animals Dance is a discussion of contemporary masquerading traditions of West Africa, featuring masks and related shrine artifacts focusing on the place of these traditions in belief, social structure, and daily life. The ethnicities being discussed include Bamana, Baga, Nuna, Toma, and Bobo. The exhibit also includes discussion of Ci-Wara complex, age sets, secret societies, and initiation practices.
The Carozzi Collection of African and South American Cultural Artifacts
The Faletti Family Collection of West African Cultural Artifacts
Guro Zamble see also the Guro Zamble mask in David Norden's collection and one in the Zurich Museum
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