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Carnegie Int’l
57th ed., 2018

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Tam O’ Shanter Drawing Session: Mark Making

17 Sep 2016

[No. 5] An exploration of African traditions of scarification, adire, and uli as ways of making marks

Conducted by Bisi Silva, Founder and Artistic Director, Centre for Contemporary Art, Lagos, and Carnegie International Companion at the Hall of Architecture, Carnegie Museum of Art

Curator, Ingrid Schaffner, introducing the drawing session to audience.

Close up view of man and girl drawing self portraits.

Presenter, Bisi Silva, curator, addressing audience.

Presenter with woman, discussing drawing, white and red pencil on black paper in front of audience.

Wide view of all participants drawing.

Boy and man drawing.

Little girl drawing with woman looking on.

Participant presenting colorful drawing to audience.

Overhead view of curator, Ingrid Schaffner, organizing the participants drawings on the floor.

Overhead view of participants' drawings organized on the floor.