Drum Beats of the World

The Drumbeats of the World exhibit opened in mid 2005. The interactive touchscreen video accompanying the exhibit was developed by Creative Force Studio, depicting drums from Ecuador, Peru, Africa, Papua New Guinea, Pakistan, Korea and Native America. Visitors will be introduced to the sounds of drums from every continent. The exhibit is under the direction of the museum curator, Carol Chaney.

The opening event featured a live performance of drum music presented by Clement Tunde Muyeeb “Prince Tunde,” a member of the Osogbo Artist Cultural Movement Foundation. As a master artist he has performed in Brazil, Kenya, Germany and across America. He is associated with the Dallas ISD fine arts department.

The exhibit is sponsored by Nissan Foundation, with additional financial cooperation of the City of Duncanville, Dallas Office of Cultural Affairs, Humanities Texas, and a state partnership of the National Endowment for the Humanities.

One thought on “Drum Beats of the World

  1. I WOULD LIKE TO WORK WITH THE MUSEUM OF INTERNATIONAL CULTURES AGAIN.and on and on.Prince Tunde Muzik 214 772 5247
    Its nice working with the organization that thinks considering OTHERS in CULTURES.
    That is why we know the museum to be interesting and international.

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