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Shona Art Today
Vol. 5, No. 4 (Summer, 1972), pp. 8-11
Published by: UCLA James S. Coleman African Studies Center
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Many of our long-term readers will recall that in Volume I, Number 2, we published a description of the Shona Sculptors' Workshop directed by Frank McEwen. Recently, representative sculpture from this group was displayed in the prestigious surroundings of the Musée Rodin in Paris. Claire Polakoff reported on this significant exhibition in Volume V, Number 3 of "African Arts." This exhibition acted as a reminder to the editor. Recognizing the bitter international discussion that surrounds the political circumstances of present-day Rhodesia, we wrote to Frank McEwen, renewing old contacts and asking whether the current situation was eroding the opportunities for the work of the Sculpture School. We received the following report, accompanied by fine photographs of new carving from the most able of this group.
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