Film, Video African American Dollmaking and Puppetry: Renegotiating Identity, Restoring Community
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- African American Dollmaking and Puppetry: Renegotiating Identity, Restoring Community
- African American artisans utilize ancient skills and innovative technologies to create dolls and puppets that are both whimsical and starkly serious. Their creations, incorporationg clay, textiles, wood, glass and found objects, embrace the somber reality of African American experiences and optimism for a boundless future.
- Event Date
- February 18, 2020
- Running Time
- 1 hours 42 minutes 47 seconds
- Online Format
- online text
- Ajanku, Kibibi
- Bryce-Laporte, Camila
- Cherry, Schroeder
- Grayson, Deborah R.
- Haskins, Francine
- Kato, Linda
- Russell, Imani W.
- Sands, Cynthia
- Whaley, Paula
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