African Art Techniques: Wood, Cloth, Metal, Clay
Detailed footage of the techniques African artists use to carve wooden masks and stools, to cast brass, smelt and forge iron, to spin, dye, and weave cotton cloth, and to form and fire pottery. Filmed in Burkina Faso and Ghana from 2001 to 2009 by Christopher D. Roy, Professor of African Art, the University of Iowa.
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