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African Dance

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African Dance

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The Leopard Man with spear, dancing in full regalia during the 'Abakwetha' ~ the circumcision ceremony of Xhosa, Eastern Cape, South Africa Charles Freger, Costume Ethnique, Pagan Festivals, Tribal Costume, Xhosa, Costumes Around The World, Mode Costume, Art Premier, Photo Portrait

Africa | The Leopard Man with spear, dancing in full regalia during the 'Abakwetha' ~ the circumcision ceremony of Xhosa, Eastern Cape, South Africa | ©Lister Hunter, ca. 1960s | This is just 1 out of 50 images presenting the whole story of the Abakwetha ~ for those interested the other slides can be viewed by following the link of this pin. {Caution; some graphic content}

African Art gallery for African Culture artwork, abstract art, contemporary art daily, fine art, paintings for sale and modern art Costume Africain, Afrique Art, African Art Paintings, African Theme, Art Africain, Black Artwork, African American Art, Tribal Art, Love Art

African art - Jumping High - I think it's the 'fakary' tribe - who jump up to see where they are - they chant -we're the fakary! ;-)

Tribal Dancing by Patricia Boyd (gourd art) African American Art, Native American Art, African Art, Afro, Inspiration Artistique, African Dance, Ethno Style, Muse Art, Gourd Art

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Gourd Art: "Tribal Dancing" by Patricia Boyd, valued at $4,000.00. See more incredible gourd art at www.WelburnGourdFarm.com

17 Stunning Images of Black Women During the Harlem Renaissance Era - BGLH Marketplace Flapper Girls, 1920s Flapper, Flappers 1920s, 1920s Hair, Langston Hughes, Josephine Baker, African American Culture, African American History, American Art

Plenty Good Dancers

Addison Scurlock, photographer. Source: Scurlock Studio Records, Archives Center, National Museum of American History, Smithsonian Institution For more on the African American experience visit Discover Black Heritage.

Shop African dance South Africans Postcard created by DorkaReyes. Zulu Warrior, Africa People, Folk, African Artwork, African Dance, Xhosa, Tribal Dance, Dance Gifts, Kwazulu Natal

South African Tribal Dance - Zulu Warriors . their dancing is so awrsome to watch. scary and cool at the same time

mynameisqueen: This is beautiful. You rarely see African-American ballerinas, especially ones my age. I would love for my future daughter to continue ballet past her childhood. Black Dancers, Ballet Dancers, Ballet Class, Ballet Feet, Ballet Barre, Ballet School, Black Ballerina, Little Ballerina, Ballet Beautiful

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In no where in this post did I say I was not voting. My point is that I find blanket “you need to vote or all is lost and you represent despair” or “if you vote you’re insults...

Evive Designs Ballerina Arabesque in Gray and Mauve Pink by Jeanie Nelson Original Painting on Canvas African American Art, African Art, Arabesque, Black Ballerina, Ballerina Room, Black Artwork, Grey Roses, Fuchsia, Oeuvre D'art

ballerina arabesque giclée print. 8X10. pink/brown. African American skin tone.

This adorable ballerina soars gracefully onto a single toe, making a dramatic form that will delight your little girl...or the little girl in you! Rich fields of color and smooth shapes give this print a mid-century modern feel. Warm pinks and chocolate brown colored skin. This adorable ballerina soars gracefully onto a single toe, making a dramatic form that will delight your little girl...or the little girl in you! Rich fields of color and smooth shapes give this print a mid-century modern…

23 Skidoo :: Vintage Swing and Lindy Hop Dance Events, Lessons and . Swing Dancing, Swing Dance Music, Jazz Dance, Ballroom Dancing, Dance Art, 1920s Dance, Praise Dance, Jazz Music, Lindy Hop

The Lindy Hop is said to have been born in Harlem, New York, at the Savoy Ballroom in 1927.

Pearl Primus was a dancer, choreographer and anthropologist: Dancer/choreographer Pearl Primus, born this day in 1919 (d. was a pioneer in melding African and modern dance techniques. Shall We Dance, Lets Dance, Tango, Trinidad Und Tobago, Black Dancers, African Dance, Poses References, Dance Movement, Modern Dance

Pearl Eileen Primus (11/29/19 – 10/ 29/94) was a dancer, choreographer & anthropologist. She played an important role in the presentation of African dance in America.Early on,she saw the need to promote African dance as an art form worthy of study & performance.Her work was an effort to guide the Western world to view African dance as an important & dignified statement about another way of life.