1975 May 16 - 1975 August 17
"A Contemporary African Arts Festival" was an exhibition displaying the work of a group of artists from nine African countries. There were more than 200 works that included graphics, paintings, sculpture, pottery, carved calabashes, resist dyed textiles, counter-repousse, leatherwork, architecture and hand-loomed tapestries. Supplementing the exhibit, were lecture-demonstrations, music and dance presentations as well as showings of work by African filmmakers. The exhibit, on loan from Chicago's Field Museum of Natural History, was on view in Gallery 77 of the American Museum of Natural History from May 16 through August 17, 1975.
Individuals and institutions involved in the creation of the exhibition: Field Museum of Natural History.
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