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Creating the Authentic? Art Teaching in South Africa as Transcultural Phenomenon
Culture Unbound: Journal of Current Cultural Research
The question about what art and craft from Black 1 individuals in South Africa should look like as well as how and for what purposes it could be created was of prominent importance within the contact zone of educational institutions 2 from the 1930s onwards. Art teachers of mostly European origin established provisional art educational venues for African students first, within the curricula of mission schools and then as workshops and art schools in their own right. They transferred modernisticdoi:10.3384/cu.2000.1525.1461347 fatcat:l4v6lhiyyvahpg7r2figvnw63u