is completed, the art galleries will host a vibrant collection
of cultural, historical, and spiritual artifacts that are important
to the Maasai culture. Religious and ceremonial artifacts used
in tribal ceremonies will be displayed in the center’s
is our wish to complete the art galleries by end of 2012.
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colorful and vibrant collection of intricate beadwork
and artifacts presents Maasai past, present, and the future.
hunting was, once before, a right of passage for the
Maasai warriors. Today the Maasai warriors are working
as lion guardians alongside western conservationists.
The art galleries will tell honest stories behind
this rite of passage.
2009 the Maasai lost nearly 90% of their cattle to drought.
Droughts are happening more often than ever before. Glaciers
in Mt. Kilimanjaro are receding at a rapid rate leaving
people, livestock, and wildlife in a panic. The future
of Maasai pastoralists remains uncertain. The art galleries
will present stories from the Maasai in a rapidly changing
climate, environment, and lifestyle.