R Catalogue of the exhibition, Johannesburg Art Gallery, The thirty-two artists who participated were tasked with creating, in a single day, an 8-page comic based on the work of Petrus Nooi, a sculptor who works in concrete and sells his pieces from his yard next to the road that connects Stellenbosch with the informal settlement of Khayelitsha. Critics, artists, writers, thinkers and academics were invited to bring and share a story, and then to relate it to an image, with the intention of exploring parallel experiences, memories and relationships to places. He was the recipient of the Spier Contemporary Art Award
Documentation of Yoruba, Hausa, Ashanti, and Dahomean culture includes: Herskovits, anthropologist AF See also entry for complete film study. Healing Ritual of the Twelve Apostles Church of Ghana, ; 2, ft silent color; film; supplementary materials: Although Harris was an educated African who baptized in the name of the Holy Spirit, many of his followers were traditional healers and herbalists who continued to experience possession by ancestral spirits and dieties.
Footage documents the blending of indigenous African and Christian elements in church services. Depicted is sunsum edwuma healing or spiritual work of prophets and prophetesses in an Elmina church. These adepts diagnose patients based on interrogation of the spirits which possess them during services.
Martha Breidenbach, anthropology graduate student AF Footage includes scenes of agricultural activity, housebuilding, pottery making, religious activities, and marketing. Sandra Nichols, documentary filmmaker AF Footage documents the rigors of overland travel on motorcycle as well as encounters with three tribal groups: Film includes ceremonial dance at a Zulu wedding, Zulu homesteads, and activities around a mission school; Kikuyu women on the way to market and in a market and distinctive ear ornamentation worn by these women; and Latuka homesteads and kraals.
Also included are shots of Victoria Falls, expedition members with African bearers climbing Mt. Kilamanjaro, crossing the Nubian Desert, and logistics of setting up a mobile camp.
Josef Bohmer, filmmaker AF Also included are various processional scenes around Fort-Lamy, French Equitorial Africa Chad showing Muslim chiefs and their retainers at the close of Ramadan.
Frederick Wulsin, anthropologist AF Chuck Nash, archeology student AF Also included are various scenes of archeological excavations and camp life. Maurice Reygasse, Administrator of Tebessa, to conduct surveys and undertake archeological excavations of mid-Aurignacian sites in northeastern Algeria.
Scenes of ethnographic and archeological interest include: Arabs at Ali Basha engaged in various domestic and subsistence activities; large crowds gathered at Bougie Bejaia in front of the mosque praying at the close of Ramadan; archeological excavations at Mechta el Arbi and, possibly, Tebessa, with workers digging and sifting sand; and Dr.
George Collie, director of the Logan Museum, examining the sites.
Footage also includes market scenes in Toudja and Chateaudun du Rhumel, and countryside scenes around Toudja. The expedition excavated both prehistoric and ancient Sahara habitations and observed various Hoggar Tuareg.
Film features excavations on the ancient tombs near Tamanrasset including the tomb of Queen Tin-Hinan, ancestral mother of the TuaregFrench colonial outposts, encounters with Tuareg chiefs, and a wrestling match, a slave tent, and head shaving in a Tuareg camp.
Bradley Tyrrell, graduate student AF Activities take place in front of nomadic and sedentary dwellings. See also [Logan African Expedition, ]. Michael Tarabulski, graduate student AF Icough dances are performed at marriage ceremonies, for the entertainment of visitors, and on important social occasions to enhance the prestige of those who sponsor these performances.
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