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Collection: westernsudancommunitymuseums.films
Description: Potters at the Tuesday market in Kas (1hr West of Nyala), painting incense burners. Mariam Mohamed Abaka is filmed pounding the base of a water pot.
Collection: westernsudancommunitymuseums.photographs
Description: A young woman weaving and decorating a traditional covering for serving food at a roadside stall.
Collection: westernsudancommunitymuseums.photographs
Description: A women weaving palm fibres in the Nyala camel market.
Collection: westernsudancommunitymuseums.photographs
Description: Two traditional blacksmiths hammering out axe heads in the market in Nyala.
Collection: westernsudancommunitymuseums.photographs
Description: A young woman decorating a traditional covering for serving food, at a roadside stall.
Collection: westernsudancommunitymuseums.photographs
Description: A young woman weaving and decorating a traditional covering for serving food at a roadside stall.
Collection: westernsudancommunitymuseums.photographs
Description: Three women weaving and decorating a traditional covering for serving food at a roadside stall.
Collection: westernsudancommunitymuseums.films
Description: Film of traditional potters working in Omdurman. Housed in an old British boot factory, the site now contains 7 potteries. Clay is brought from the River Nile, rested for a day and then puddled by foot. The pots are fired in a kiln for 4 hours They make Zias (water pots), plant pots, Canoons (cookers) and ablution jugs.
Collection: westernsudancommunitymuseums.photographs
Description: A women weaving palm fibres in the Nyala camel market.
Collection: westernsudancommunitymuseums.films
Description: Traditional shoe makers filmed in the Nyala souk.
Collection: westernsudancommunitymuseums.photographs
Description: Two women weaving and decorating a traditional covering or serving food at a roadside stall.
Collection: westernsudancommunitymuseums.photographs
Description: A young woman weaving and decorating a traditional covering for serving food at a roadside stall.
Collection: westernsudancommunitymuseums.photographs
Description: A women weaving palm fibres in the Nyala camel market.

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