Dancing with Devils: Public Open House Image Diablada mask

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Dancing With Devils
September 25, 2022
2:00PM - 4:30PM
Location
Barnett Center Collaboratory (141 Sullivant Hall)

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Add to Calendar 2022-09-25 14:00:00 2022-09-25 16:30:00 Dancing with Devils: Public Open House Image Diablada mask Join us on Sunday, September 25, 2022 from 2 - 4:30 P.M. in the Barnett Center Collaboratory (141 Sullivant Hall) for a public open house of the Kawsay Ukhunchay Dancing with Devils: Latin American Masks Traditions exhibition. ​ Free and open to publics of all ages! Event poster:  Dancing with Devils Public Open House Poster380.1 KB   Learn more about the Dancing with Devils exhibition and the associated artists here. OSU instructors may also sign up for a class visit to the exhibition or to host a class meeting amidst the exhibition itself. Want to Learn More? Watch this video about the Diablada de Píllaro, the Ecuadorian festival in which the masks are used.     The Dancing with Devils: Latin American Masks Traditions initiative is a collaborative effort between the Kawsay Ukhunchay Andean & Amazonian Indigenous Art & Cultural Artifacts Research Collection, the Center for Latin American Studies, the K'acha Willaykuna Andean & Amazonian Indigenous Arts & Humanities Collaboration under the Global Arts & Humanities Discovery Themes, and the Barnett Center for Integrated Arts & Enterprise. Barnett Center Collaboratory (141 Sullivant Hall) Spanish & Portuguese spanport@osu.edu America/New_York public
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Join us on Sunday, September 25, 2022 from 2 - 4:30 P.M. in the Barnett Center Collaboratory (141 Sullivant Hall) for a public open house of the Kawsay Ukhunchay Dancing with Devils: Latin American Masks Traditions exhibition. ​

Free and open to publics of all ages!

Event poster: 

Dancing with Devils Public Open House Poster380.1 KB

 

Learn more about the Dancing with Devils exhibition and the associated artists here.

OSU instructors may also sign up for a class visit to the exhibition or to host a class meeting amidst the exhibition itself.


Want to Learn More?

Watch this video about the Diablada de Píllaro, the Ecuadorian festival in which the masks are used.


 

 

The Dancing with Devils: Latin American Masks Traditions initiative is a collaborative effort between the Kawsay Ukhunchay Andean & Amazonian Indigenous Art & Cultural Artifacts Research Collection, the Center for Latin American Studies, the K'acha Willaykuna Andean & Amazonian Indigenous Arts & Humanities Collaboration under the Global Arts & Humanities Discovery Themes, and the Barnett Center for Integrated Arts & Enterprise.