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Zulu Inspired Beadwork

Author : Diane Fitzgerald
ISBN : 1596680342
Genre : Crafts & Hobbies
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Celebrating the culture of South Africa's indigenous Zulu population, this craft book showcases 25 stunning projects using dozens of previously unpublished beadwork techniques. The projects include netted diamond earrings, a zigzag chain, a netted triangle and swag bracelet, and a Zulu wedding necklace and are illustrated with easy-to-follow diagrams and helpful hints. Along with novel techniques for netting, wrapping, fringing, and braiding, the history of the Zulu people is also presented, accompanied by gorgeous full-color photography of the region.
Category: Crafts & Hobbies

Beads Of Life

Author : Marie-Louise Labelle
ISBN : IND:30000100663669
Genre : Art
File Size : 76.44 MB
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At the dawn of the twenty-first century, the beadwork of eastern and southern Africa is attracting growing attention from scholars and the general public alike. Long considered a craft without much authenticity, it has recently come to be considered an art form in its own right. This illustrated book examines the origins of beadwork in eastern and southern Africa and analyzes its aesthetics, its social meanings, and its historical context, through pieces drawn exclusively from public and private Canadian collections.
Category: Art

Teens Go Green

Author : Valerie Colston
ISBN : 9781591589297
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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• Each of the art projects are accompanied by a photograph of the finished product • The bibliography contains practical resources for librarians, such as teen books, DVD titles, websites, and blogs • An index makes it easy to locate art project ideas, programming, and other practical resources
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

The Beading Answer Book

Author : Karen Morris
ISBN : 9781603427319
Genre : Crafts & Hobbies
File Size : 88.63 MB
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A beading bible that answers questions spanning every experience level—from basic knots to special techniques like bead knitting. Whether you’re mastering crocheting with beads or choosing supplies for your very first necklace, Karen Morris has the answers to all your questions. Concise, straightforward, and packed with illustrations, this handy little book is full of tips and techniques that will take your craft to the next level. With insightful advice on everything from thread storage to fragile glass beads, The Beading Answer Book will help you solve your most vexing beading dilemmas. “Indispensable.” —Making Beaded Jewelry “A terrific reference book for beaders of any level.” —WEBS Yarn Store Blog
Category: Crafts & Hobbies

Knit One Bead Too

Author : Judith Durant
ISBN : 9781603426565
Genre : Crafts & Hobbies
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Give your knitting a touch of sparkle! Judith Durant shows you how to add beads to any knitting pattern using five easy-to-learn techniques. It’s simple, fun, and can be done right on your knitting needles. With step-by-step instructions for each technique, as well as 16 original patterns, you’ll be turning simple bags and wearables into stunning special-occasion creations in no time. From eye-catching knit caps to surprisingly intricate socks, you’ll be inspired to explore the endless possibilities of beaded knitting.
Category: Crafts & Hobbies

Mastering Beadwork

Author : Carol Huber Cypher
ISBN : 9781620333570
Genre : Crafts & Hobbies
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Are you a new beader seeking solid beading foundations? Or are you an experienced beadworker wanting to refine your skills? Mastering Beadwork is your ultimate resource for beading knowledge-it's a project book plus reference tool wrapped up in one. Based on years of teaching experience, Carol Cypher presents easy-to-understand instructions with informative sidebars to help anyone master beading techniques. Each of the 13 techniques are explained in detail, then further explored with projects to enhance the beader's skills and confidence. The 63 projects included here-ranging from bracelets, necklaces, rings, and earrings to findings, closures, beaded beads, and other beaded objects-teach a single project or technique but are arranged to build skills at any level. You'll also find suggestions for personalizing and expanding on each project or pattern. Learn all the basic beading stitches-from peyote, spiral, vertical and horizontal netting, bead crochet, right-angle weave, triangle weave, daisy chain, ladder stitch, ndebele, brick stitch, African helix, and more. Mastering Beadwork is a classroom in a book, an all-in-one reference guide, and a compendium of beading techniques. It will supplement what you've already learned in beading classes, set you on the first steps to beading confidence, and infuse your work with inspiration.
Category: Crafts & Hobbies

Wired

Author : David Arment
ISBN : UOM:39015060885509
Genre : Art
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The manufacture and decorative use of wire in Southern Africa traditional arts dates back to the first millennium AD. With advancements in telecommunications, a new type of wire -- multi-colored plastic-coated copper wire, often referred to as telephone wire -- came into being. Beginning in the late 1960's, Zulu night watchmen started weaving scraps of this wire around their traditional sticks. This new material was also applied to making izimbenge -- beer pot covers -- that had been traditionally made from grass and palm. Today, there is wide variety in the creative use of this wire, and, in post-Apartheid South Africa, Zulu craft artists are imbuing old forms with the colourful contemporary material of telecommunications. The result is a vibrant, distinctive new folk form gaining international attention. This is the first and only publication to document the development of this transitional art. Including more than two-hundred examples of baskets, this book traces telephone-wire weaving from its roots to its most current forms, featuring the works of the most renowned contemporary weavers. The accompanying text -- from some of the foremost experts in African art and craft -- traces the history of telephone-wire weaving as well as discussing its significance to South African culture and art history. Today telephone wire baskets are at the heart of growing markets for South African products and sustainable cultural industry in Zululand.
Category: Art

Recipe And Craft Guide To South Africa

Author : Melissa Koosman
ISBN : 9781612281674
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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Welcome to South Africa, the Rainbow Nation, a diverse country with a troubled history but a bright future. You can explore this country’s story through a series of colorful crafts and tasty recipes. For a glimpse into the region’s prehistory, paint your own version of ancient rock art and taste a local grain called millet. Next, visit the colonialist era, when slaves brought by European explorers created the unique Cape Malay cuisine and began a colorful New Year’s Day tradition called the Cape Minstrel Festival. Journey through the painful period of apartheid—strict racial segregation—and taste a street food that was created because black people were not allowed to sit in restaurants alongside whites. Finally, step into the present day and toot a vuvuzela—a long, noisy horn used for cheering—as you learn about South Africa’s transition to equality and democracy.
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Journal Of Glass Studies

Author :
ISBN : UOM:39015034954092
Genre : Glass manufacture
File Size : 66.24 MB
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Category: Glass manufacture

Piecework

Author :
ISBN : STANFORD:36105021786194
Genre : Crocheting
File Size : 29.28 MB
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Category: Crocheting

African Basketry

Author : A. B. Cunningham
ISBN : UOM:39015074308407
Genre : Baskets
File Size : 43.37 MB
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Basketry is both art and craft - representing the blend of African culture, environment and technology. Southern Africa has a rich tradition of basketry and this book documents the origins, historical context, usage, and raw materials utilized in the crafting of different types of basketry in South Africa, Botswana, Lesotho, and other countries.
Category: Baskets

Polly Street

Author : Elza Miles
ISBN : STANFORD:36105121604297
Genre : Art centers
File Size : 83.6 MB
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Category: Art centers

South African Digest

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ISBN : STANFORD:36105013675884
Genre : South Africa
File Size : 73.74 MB
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Category: South Africa

South East African Beadwork 1850 1910

Author : Michael Stevenson
ISBN : UOM:39015054140648
Genre : Beads
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Presenting the glories and sophisticated artistry of African beadwork, this study focuses on the beadwork of Zulu communities.
Category: Beads

Spirit Crafts

Author : Cheryl Owen
ISBN : 1858336600
Genre : Crafts & Hobbies
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Describes how to make many multicultural crafts including dream catchers, Zulu speaking beads, Javanese shadow puppets, Huichol bead bowls, gift eggs, aboriginal dream t-shirt and 35 other crafts.
Category: Crafts & Hobbies

Southern Africa

Author : Fodor's
ISBN : 0679004092
Genre : Africa, Southern
File Size : 66.41 MB
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Fodor's Gold Southern Africa 3ed.""Fodor's guides cover culture authoritatively and rarely miss a sight or museum."" - National Geographic Traveler ""The king of guidebooks."" - Newsweek No matter what your budget or whether it's your first trip or fifteenth, Fodor's Gold Guides get you where you want to go. Full-size, foldout map keeps you on course. Insider info that's totally up to date. Every year our local experts give you the inside track, showing you all the things to see and do -- from must-see sights to off-the-beaten-path adventures, from shopping to outdoor fun. Hundreds of hotel and restaurant choices in all price ranges -- from budget-friendly B&Bs to luxury hotels, from casual eateries to the hottest new restaurants, complete with thorough reviews showing what makes each place special. Smart Travel Tips A to Z section helps you take care of the nitty gritty with essential local contacts and great advice -- from how to take your mountain bike with you to what to do in an emergency. Here's a helpful guidebook that will complement Fodor's Southern Africa. To learn more about it, just enter the title in the keyword search box.Fodor's Exploring South Africa: An information-rich cultural guide in full color.
Category: Africa, Southern

Weavings Of War

Author : Ariel Zeitlin Cooke
ISBN : UOM:39015062529956
Genre : Art
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Weavings of War: Fabrics of Memory accompanies a landmark traveling exhibit of textiles depicting the horrors of war, by women from Central and Southeast Asia, Latin America, and South Africa. Textile artists (mostly women) throughout the world have responded to the terror of 20th-century war by incorporating images of war into works produced with traditional methods: Hmong embroiderers created storycloths depicting the plight of unarmed refugees confronted with modern military might; Afghan rug weavers replaced traditional motifs with images of tanks, machine pistols and AK-47s; Peruvian appliqués picture soldiers beating peasants. These textiles encompass powerful contradictions: individual artistry versus community aesthetics; global versus local impacts of war; individual versus universal experience; and assumptions of folk arts as unchanging, rural, and complacent. Many of the artists still live in countries that are marked by recent conflict and some are refugees who have resettled in the United States. Weavings of War stands as an eloquent and powerful testimony of the impact of modern warfare in our world and the relevancy and resilience of folk arts in contemporary life. The exhibition provides an opportunity to examine our existing notions of not only traditional arts in general but also the role of traditional arts in cultures rent by armed conflict, social upheaval, and displacement. Among the contributors are curator Ariel Zeitlin Cooke, consulting curator/folklorist Marsha MacDowell, historian James Young, and folklorist Barbara Kirshenblatt- Gimblett.
Category: Art

Look

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ISBN : UCLA:L0073613648
Genre : Popular culture
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Category: Popular culture

Africana Byways

Author : Anna H. Smith
ISBN : STANFORD:36105130839439
Genre : Books
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