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Publisher: DNA Multimedia
Around the Shores of the Pacific
Since the time before time, around the shores of the Pacific from frozen north to burning south, humans have made masks. Through their eyes we can know the faces that hide behind the masks, and glimpse the masks concealed under the faces of the Pacific.
Masks: Faces of the Pacific takes you behind the visible to explore the richly layered world of masks in five Pacific Rim cultures: the Pacific Northwest's First Nations; the Yupik people of Western Alaska; Japan's Noh theater; the dance drama of Bali; and New Guinea's remote Sepik and New Ireland cultures.
Over an hour of never-before seen video from all five cultures, an original soundtrack, and a richly informative text allow you to understand these fascinating masks and bring them to life through the cultures that make them. The stories and reference material can even be saved to your hard-drive for classroom and research needs, or to share with friends.
Join the people who brought you The Silk Road as they explore the stories, art forms and music of each of these cultures. Visually stunning and emotionally powerful, this CD-ROM is sure to be equally engaging for the curious student, the armchair traveler and the serious researcher/explorer.
Windows: Pentium 90 processor, Windows 95, 16MB RAM, 8MB free hard drive space, MPC compliant, 16 bit sound card, 16 bit color, 640x480 resolutions, 4x CD-ROM drive.
Macintosh: PowerPC processor, System 7.5, 10 MB available RAM, 8 MB free hard drive space, 2x CD-ROM drive.
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