Compare and Contrast "Ceremonial Dance Masks of the Oceanic and the African Culture".
"Ceremonial Dance Masks of the Oceanic and African Culture"
Ceremonial headresses are a spiritual symbol of the cultures of both Oceanic and African people. Though the 20th century dance masks of each culture are similar in that they are both painted wooden stylistic representations of a human head, they differ in their use in rituals and in their nature as a cultural icon.
The Oceanic Dance Mask Headress from Siassi Island off the north coast of New Guinea, is believed it's purpose was to protect members of the island's secret society, the spirit punished those who broke the laws of the…
- Compare and Contrast "Ceremonial Dance Masks of the Oceanic and the African Culture".
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