Making Marigold | Beaders of Bulawayo | Author: Elizabeth Burroughs & Joni Brenner
Making Marigold: Beaders of Bulawayo is a portrait of a women's beading co-operative specialising in loomed beadwork, based in Bulawayo, Zimbabwe. How did these women, whose skilled practice and creative impulses evident in every necklace, perfect this practice? And what has sustained their efforts across the decades?
Over 200 photographs reveal the sumptuous glamour of the Marigold beadwork and necklaces. Short, stand-alone narrative vignettes offer background insights into the making and development of the Marigold co-operative.
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