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Howling coyotes and frolicking fish : making cross-cultural connections through folk art

Author: Stevie Mack; Kathleen Williams; Crizmac Art and Cultural Education Materials, Inc.
Publisher: Tucson, AZ : Crizmac Art and Cultural Education Materials, Inc., ©2006.
Edition/Format:   Book : CD for computer : English
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Introduces folk art from around the world, including paper cuts, hand-carved masks, painting, sculture, jewelry, textiles and costume, and pottery; and explains what functions folk art serves in its respective cultures.
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Genre/Form: Software
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Stevie Mack; Kathleen Williams; Crizmac Art and Cultural Education Materials, Inc.
ISBN: 0945666934 9780945666936
OCLC Number: 234607979
Notes: Title from PowerPoint title slide.
Description: 1 compact optical disc : col. ; 4 1/2 in.
Details: System requirements: IBM or Macintosh; PowerPoint 2000 or later; Adobe or similar pdf reader.
Contents: Powerpoint presentation (75 slides) --
Teacher's guide (pdf) --
Student handouts (pdf).
Other Titles: Making cross-cultural connections through folk art
Responsibility: [by Stevie Mack and Kathleen Williams].

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Introduces folk art from around the world, including paper cuts, hand-carved masks, painting, sculture, jewelry, textiles and costume, and pottery; and explains what functions folk art serves in its respective cultures.

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