Dallas Museum of Art: Arturo's Art Stories: Oba, the Well-Dressed King

Enjoy this interactive storybook in which readers help an African king get dressed for a special meeting with Olokun, the ruler of the sea. Once the story is finished, there are other options, to design a similar piece of art
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Enjoy this interactive storybook in which readers help an African king get dressed for a special meeting with Olokun, the ruler of the sea. Once the story is finished, there are other options, to design a similar piece of art or to play matching games which feature artworks from various museum galleries. Information about each work is available, as well.

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