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Social Fabric exhibition installation

...collection; a kanga from Kenya that celebrates the United Nations’ Decade for Women conference in 1985 and a head cloth made in Eritrea which depicts the double portrait of Queen...

The role of women on display

...missionaries and teachers out in Africa. There is a mention of Sheila Unwin who collected beads whilst she was in Egypt, Tanzania and Kenya, although this is the only mention...

A closer look at South Africa

...research into beadwork from Kenya at the British Museum stores. The collection numbers some 500 items and includes items from South Africa, Zimbabwe, Madagascar, Mozambique and Swaziland. Always in the...

Cloth

Principally a woman’s garment in Swahili society, kangas are rectangular printed cloths that are worn in matching pairs. They would be wrapped around the waist. Other cloths, leso, are worn...

Cloth

Principally a woman’s garment in Swahili society, kangas are rectangular printed cloths that are worn in matching pairs. They would be wrapped around the waist. Other cloths, leso, are worn...

Cloth

Principally a woman’s garment in Swahili society, kangas are rectangular printed cloths that are worn in matching pairs. They would be wrapped around the waist. Other cloths, leso, are worn...

Cloth

Principally a woman’s garment in Swahili society, kangas are rectangular printed cloths that are worn in matching pairs. They would be wrapped around the waist. Other cloths, leso, are worn...

Cloth

Principally a woman’s garment in Swahili society, kangas are rectangular printed cloths that are worn in matching pairs. They would be wrapped around the waist. Other cloths, leso, are worn...

Cloth

Principally a woman’s garment in Swahili society, kangas are rectangular printed cloths that are worn in matching pairs. They would be wrapped around the waist. Other cloths, leso, are worn...