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TALK: Use of Textiles in Headhunting Ceremonies / Borneo / 1800s

July 15, 2021 1 min read

You are invited to join this short, non-academic and exploratory talk on the cultural use of textiles in Borneo.

Supported by a photo-intensive Powerpoint presentation this monthly talk is an excerpt from the guest lectures given on luxury cruise-liners like Silversea, Oceania, Azamara etc or  museum / textile groups. 

These talks are enjoyed by those who have just begun to enjoy traditional art. Experts and experienced Collectors are welcome too.

REGISTER FOR THE TALK ON THIS LINK

*NOTE: The subject is not suitable for the weak-hearted.

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jm

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