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NMAI Conexus / Masks

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John & Sandra Barrick (astroboy)
Sat, 10 Oct 1998 18:12:45 -0400

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Follow the arrows through all the slides and then back to the main
I know I posted this before but it is still valid.
The first slide past this is a fish mask,#4 is the one my son
did,with plaster gauze,and carved wood sticks for tusks and antlers
(Walrus/caribou mask)

Sandra Barrick
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NMAI Conexus / Masks

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23 March 1997, 11:19 am
 Marty de Montaño:
"And as our ancestors did before us, for our dances, we make masks."* (Images and text marked with an * were taken from the video that accompanies the exhibition, "Agayuliyararput: Our Way of Making Prayer" KYUK-TV & The Anchorage Museum of History and Art and the Anchorage Museum Association.