Terms and conditions
Durban in Motion
Centre for Visual Methodologies
Presentations and Papers
Click on the images to view or click
to return to the previous page.
Black Art and Artists in South Africa
Campbell Collections - KCAV177
Oral interview with Ms P Khosa, an art teacher who was residing at R740, Umlazi at the time and place of the interview. Please note that the times are for guidance only, and may not be exact 0:00 - 00:54 - Personal details 00:54 - 01:19 - Early interest in art and needlework 01:19 - 01:47 - Lack of opportunities for aspirant black artists 01:47 - 01:96 - Interest rekindled while studying at Adams College 01:96 - 03:85 - Period of study at Ndaleni 03:85 - 04:20 - 1970 - Starts teaching and continues carving 04:20 - 04:62 - Works with Michael Zondi 04:62 - 05:18 - Marriage prevents any participation in art 05:18 - 07:21 - 1975 - Recommences woodcarving and starts fabric printing 07:21 - 07:70 - Types of images used in woodcarving 07:70 - 08:26 - Types of wood used 08:26 - 09:38 - Influence of Zondi and others on her work 09:38 - 10:36 - No contact with other artists at present 10:36 - 12:53 - Difficulty as a woman of penetrating the art world 12:53 - 13:37 - Potential outlets for work 13:37 - 13:93 - Dealings with curio shops 13:93 - 14:91 - Exhibitions 14:91 - 17:01 - Comments on the gallery system 17:01 - 19:04 - Moved towards fabric printing because this is more profitable 19:04 - 21:70 - Art in black schools 21:70 - 22:82 - Black children generally disinterested in art; reasons for this 22:82 - 23:73 - Art not taken by all pupils 23:73 - 26:04 - Attitude of the KwaZulu Education Department to art in schools 26:04 - 27:09 - Art offered at very few schools in Umlazi 27:09 - 33:47 - Comments on the state of art in South Africa 33:47 - 34:28 - Influence of other artists on her work negligible 34:28 - 38:37 - Membership of Inkatha and teaching of Inkatha in schools There is no transcript for this interview.
Digital Innovation South Africa
Bookmark this link
Wednesday, 25 May, 2016
SASRIM fifth annual congress
International Institute for Social History (IISH) in Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Stellenbosch University virtual open access seminar
The digital book revolution
African Journal Archive
DISA Staff Login
Forgot your password?
Forgot your username?
© 2009 Digital Innovation South Africa - Unlocking Resources for Research