This elegant Cara Grande feathered mask from the outstanding private collection of Sara W. Reeves and I.S.K. Reeves V, who are also alumni of the university, is an example of those used in banana festival dances by shaman of the Tapisape people of the Amazon basin of Brazil to commemorate a bountiful harvest. The mask is constructed of a large wood panel festooned with parrot and macaw feathers affixed with beeswax. Three of these masks, along with colorful early-Florida Seminole patchwork "big shirts" and art and clothing of the Arctic and Subarctic Inuit from the same collection are highlighted in a new exhibition running from October through December at the Grinter Gallery of International Art, located on the first floor of Grinter Hall on the University of Florida campus.