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"Measure of Earth: Textiles and Territory in West Africa" opening reception at the African American Cultural Center September 19 - December 18, 2013 | Gregg Museum of Art & Design | www.ncsu.edu/gregg | NC State University

"Measure of Earth: Textiles and Territory in West Africa" opening reception at the African American Cultural Center September 19 - December 2013

Resist Dyed m'Boubou featured in "Measure of Earth: Textiles and Territory in West Africa" opening at the African American Cultural Center Gallery (Sept 19 - Dec 18, 2013) | Gregg Museum of Art & Design | www.ncsu.edu/gregg | NC State University

Resist Dyed m'Boubou featured in "Measure of Earth: Textiles and Territory in West Africa" opening at the African American Cultural Center Gallery (Sept 19 - Dec

From L to R: Ibrahima’s aunt, mother, aunt, and sister, all Fulani who weave in the traditional style. Photograph by Andrea Moore.

Petel Power: Fabrics from West Africa

From L to R: Ibrahima’s aunt, mother, aunt, and sister, all Fulani who weave in the traditional style. Photograph by Andrea Moore.

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Propaganda Kimonos-A depiction in silk of General Matsui Iwane entering Nanking on December

Dutch Wax m'Boubou featured in "Measure of Earth: Textiles and Territory in West Africa" opening at the African American Cultural Center Gallery (Sept 19 - Dec 18, 2013) | Gregg Museum of Art & Design | www.ncsu.edu/gregg | NC State University

Dutch Wax m'Boubou featured in "Measure of Earth: Textiles and Territory in West Africa" opening at the African American Cultural Center Gallery (Sept 19 - Dec

Dyed m'Boubou featured in "Measure of Earth: Textiles and Territory in West Africa" opening at the African American Cultural Center Gallery (Sept 19 - Dec 18, 2013) | Gregg Museum of Art & Design | www.ncsu.edu/gregg | NC State University

Dyed m'Boubou featured in "Measure of Earth: Textiles and Territory in West Africa" opening at the African American Cultural Center Gallery (Sept 19 - Dec

Saturated: Dye-Decorated Cloths from North and West Africa | Dallas Museum of Art

Saturated: Dye-Decorated Cloths from North and West Africa

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