Community Art and Its Relevance for Art Education The Case of WEYA


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This study is focused on the Art and Artists of Weya Community near Macheke about 170km South East of Harare and its implications for Art Education in Zimbabwe. This was a case study qualitative in nature. The study……. like most modern African art Weya Art was a result of a workshop by an expatriate IIse Noy (1987-1991) the idea to the participants borrowing from the West African tradition called appliqué. Hand sewing skills of Weya women were ideal for producing wall hangings in pictorial compositions. All Weya Art appliqué, painting, embroidery and sadza batik use a social documentary approach. Themes of Weya Art range from domestic village scenes to prostitution, changing roles for women socially and economically.

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Country of ManufactureIndia
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