Art from Many Hands: Multicultural Art Projects
Creativity and culture come together in this guidebook to ethnic crafts, from Chinese calligraphy to Pueblo Indian pottery to Adinkra cloth from Ghana. With its ideas for a variety of techniques and materials, comprehensive information on many cultures, easily understood instructions, and interdisciplinary approach, this will appeal to adults and children.
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A METHOD FOR TEACHING
ARTS OF WEST AFRICA
ARTS OF THE MIDDLE EAST
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