Headdress

Headdress

African Headdress Artist: Unknown Culture/People: Ekoi or Ejagham Place: West Africa Media: Wood, antelope skin, metal, pigment, bone, and raffia Dims: 6.75 x 16 x 22.5 in. (67.9 x 40.6 x 57.1 cm) Date: Late 1800s Description: The Ekoi, also known as Ejagham, are from...
Talking Stick

Talking Stick

Native American Talking StickArtist: Chuck Heit, Gitxsan, Kispaiox, Britsh ColumbiaCulture/People: GitxsanPlace: British ColumbiaMedia: WoodDims: 35 x 1.5 in.Date: 1977; Gift of the artistDescription: When we opened the Sacred Circles exhibition in Kansas City (1977),...
Figure

Figure

African Baule FugureArtist: UnknownCulture/People: BaulePlace: West AfricaMedia: WoodDims: 16.75 x 3.5 x 4 in. (42.5 x 8.9 x 10.1 cm)Date: Early 20th centuryDescription: The Baule, part of the Akan peoples, live today in Ghana and Côte d’Ivoire and form one of...
Earrings

Earrings

African Gold EarringsArtist: UnknownCulture/People: FulaniPlace: Southern MaliMedia: Describe materialsDims: VariousDate: Date made or time periodDescription: As a Native American I know the majority of the cultural values within the U.S. The staff at the Coe...
Head

Head

African Head Artist: Unknown Culture/People: Yombe or Vili Place: Zaire Media: Wood, glass and pigment Dims: Date: Late 19th century Description: Chosen by student curator Roan Mulholland for her exhibition in the 2018 Eye Opener Hands-On Exhibition. “This piece...