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A Disappearing Culture: The Amis Earthenware Tradition in Taiwan [curator]

Harman, W.H (2015) A Disappearing Culture: The Amis Earthenware Tradition in Taiwan [curator]. Museum of East Asian Art, Bath, UK, 17 January - 31 May 2015. [Exhibition]

Item Type: Exhibition
Creators: Harman, W.H
Abstract: The Amis are the largest indigenous tribe in Taiwan with a population close to 182,000, mainly live along the east coast of the island. The Amis are the only remaining matriarchal aboriginal tribe in Taiwan who create earthenware using traditional methods. The exhibition looks into the Amis lifestyle, women’s role in earthenware production, the ceremonial aspect of this ceramic tradition and the production process. There are photos and examples of Amis earthenware along the staircase, and a 10-minute documentary film on the second floor.
Date: January 2015
Event Location: Museum of East Asian Art, Bath, UK
Divisions: Bath School of Art and Design
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Last Modified: 31 Aug 2017 12:16
URI: http://researchspace.bathspa.ac.uk/id/eprint/9995
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