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Content Area 9: The Pacific
700 – 1980 CE
APAH – Valenzuela
10 required works
Part I
Background & Essential Information
Left:
-Wood Shield
-Maker from Urapmin Village. Sepik
District, Papau New Guinea
-ca.1903
Right:
-Yagjagabula and Jabiring...
What is the story you see in this dance / performance art from Tahiti?
Carved Maori Meeting house Waitangi Treaty grounds in New Zealand
Hawaiian Feather Capes
Melanesian Mask
Begin at 37:45 for commentary on Kula Trade
Part II
11 Required Works
Left is one of two surviving carved figures from the Cook Islands
from the 18th or early 19th Century. Similar in style to...
Polynesian Tapa (bark cloth) is made in a
similar fashion to traditional Baganda bark
cloth from Uganda.
I’ve brought in s...
AP Art History Unit 9: The Pacific
AP Art History Unit 9: The Pacific
AP Art History Unit 9: The Pacific
AP Art History Unit 9: The Pacific
AP Art History Unit 9: The Pacific
AP Art History Unit 9: The Pacific
AP Art History Unit 9: The Pacific
AP Art History Unit 9: The Pacific
AP Art History Unit 9: The Pacific
AP Art History Unit 9: The Pacific
AP Art History Unit 9: The Pacific
AP Art History Unit 9: The Pacific
AP Art History Unit 9: The Pacific
AP Art History Unit 9: The Pacific
AP Art History Unit 9: The Pacific
AP Art History Unit 9: The Pacific
AP Art History Unit 9: The Pacific
AP Art History Unit 9: The Pacific
AP Art History Unit 9: The Pacific
AP Art History Unit 9: The Pacific
AP Art History Unit 9: The Pacific
AP Art History Unit 9: The Pacific
AP Art History Unit 9: The Pacific
AP Art History Unit 9: The Pacific
AP Art History Unit 9: The Pacific
AP Art History Unit 9: The Pacific
AP Art History Unit 9: The Pacific
AP Art History Unit 9: The Pacific
AP Art History Unit 9: The Pacific
AP Art History Unit 9: The Pacific
AP Art History Unit 9: The Pacific
AP Art History Unit 9: The Pacific
AP Art History Unit 9: The Pacific
AP Art History Unit 9: The Pacific
AP Art History Unit 9: The Pacific
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  1. 1. Content Area 9: The Pacific 700 – 1980 CE APAH – Valenzuela 10 required works
  2. 2. Part I Background & Essential Information
  3. 3. Left: -Wood Shield -Maker from Urapmin Village. Sepik District, Papau New Guinea -ca.1903 Right: -Yagjagabula and Jabiringi (The Lightning Brothers) -Wardman cultural region, Victoria River Valley, Northern Territory Australia -Date Unknown
  4. 4. What is the story you see in this dance / performance art from Tahiti?
  5. 5. Carved Maori Meeting house Waitangi Treaty grounds in New Zealand
  6. 6. Hawaiian Feather Capes Melanesian Mask
  7. 7. Begin at 37:45 for commentary on Kula Trade
  8. 8. Part II 11 Required Works
  9. 9. Left is one of two surviving carved figures from the Cook Islands from the 18th or early 19th Century. Similar in style to the staff-god figures. Below: is the only surviving wrapped example of a staff god.
  10. 10. Polynesian Tapa (bark cloth) is made in a similar fashion to traditional Baganda bark cloth from Uganda. I’ve brought in samples for you from Uganda, and we will take time to do small ink designs on them when we are finished with this presentation.
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    Nov. 13, 2018

Pacific Art for AP Art History (250 image set)

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