Featuring Latin American festival masks from the Kawsay Ukhunchay Andean and Amazonian Indigenous Arts and Cultural Artifacts Research Collection at The Ohio State University along with documentary photographs of the Diablada de Píllaro (Devils Dance of Píllaro, Ecuador) taken by Ohio State Photojournalist Leonardo Carrizo. Masks on display were donated by Ohio State alumnus Mark Gordon and crafted by Italo Espín. Mask maker Italo Espín and dancer/ethnographer Fernado Endara, residency artists this autumn, present talks workshops and performances.
The exhibition is located in the Barnett Center Collaboratory (Room 141 of Sullivant Hall) for the entirety of Autumn Semester, 2022. For more information about the visiting artists and events, please see the schedule below, or visit the Global Arts and Humanities Discovery Themes page here. Click here to learn more about the Kawsay Ukhunchay Collection. Click here to learn more about the Center for Latin American Studies.