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Festival Photo Daily Dozen: June 27, 2013

Dennis “Denny Moe” Mitchell styles a visitor’s hair at the Design Studio in the Will to Adorn program. Photo by Francisco X. Guerra, Ralph Rinzler Folklife Archives and Collections, Smithsonian Institution

Dennis “Denny Moe” Mitchell styles a visitor’s hair at the Design Studio in the Will to Adorn program. Photo by Francisco X. Guerra, Ralph Rinzler Folklife Archives and Collections, Smithsonian Institution

Day 2! The Shepherds of Karcag worked all day on preparing a stew made from a whole mutton. The Hungarian Dance barn opened this afternoon and was quickly filled with lines of dancers twirling across the wooden floor. The Will to Adorn runway featured fashion shows highlighting headwear, ethnic style, and regalia. And Māpuna Leo from Hawai’i performed mele (Hawaiian song) and hula to a packed house at the Voices of the World evening concert.

 

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Comments
  • Gloria Dorsey

    It is so worth the visit! The Hungarian native dress are absolutely beautiful. The African American artisans are so talented and interesting to speak with. There is serious talent all over the world. These cultural exchanges are priceless!