Baccoo?

Baccoo? An art student putting finishing touches to a creature from Guyanese folklore at the Burrowes School of Art yesterday. The floats and costumes designed by Burrowes students and faculty are for the Ministry of Culture Mash Band.  The theme for Mashramani this year is ‘Cultural Folklore; Celebrating 44’. (Photo by Arian Browne)
Baccoo? An art student putting finishing touches to a creature from Guyanese folklore at the Burrowes School of Art yesterday. The floats and costumes designed by Burrowes students and faculty are for the Ministry of Culture Mash Band. The theme for Mashramani this year is ‘Cultural Folklore; Celebrating 44’. (Photo by Arian Browne)

 

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