Ancient clay beads, Chad (West Africa), a shell/hair ornament from Sumba (Oceana) on a beaded Maasai (East Africa) necklace next to large silver and coral women’s necklace from Turkistan and a men’s Dinka headdress (North East Africa) are part of the “Art of Adornment” display at the Bellefonte Art Museum for Centre County.
Ancient clay beads, Chad (West Africa), a shell/hair ornament from Sumba (Oceana) on a beaded Maasai (East Africa) necklace next to large silver and coral women’s necklace from Turkistan and a men’s Dinka headdress (North East Africa) are part of the “Art of Adornment” display at the Bellefonte Art Museum for Centre County. Photo provided
Ancient clay beads, Chad (West Africa), a shell/hair ornament from Sumba (Oceana) on a beaded Maasai (East Africa) necklace next to large silver and coral women’s necklace from Turkistan and a men’s Dinka headdress (North East Africa) are part of the “Art of Adornment” display at the Bellefonte Art Museum for Centre County. Photo provided

‘Art of Adornment’ display tells part of the human story

April 11, 2014 12:00 AM

UPDATED April 10, 2014 05:44 PM

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