|Location:||Papua New Guinea, Canada|
|Subject:||Art, cultural contact|
|Producer:||Gumboot Productions and Arthur Holbrook Productions|
|Description:||John Marston, Coast Salish carver from Vancouver Island, travels up the jungle-shrouded Sepik River of Papua New Guinea to learn about the thriving carving culture there. Teddy Balangu, a carver from the Iatmul tribe, finds himself for the first time on airplanes and seeing snow on his journey to urban Canada. Together, they share each otherŐs culture and learn about the myths and legends that inform their arts. The exchange inspires the most magnificant projects either of the carvers has ever undertaken. For more information, see http://www.killerwhaleandcrocodile.net.|
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