African Writers' Club

Interview with Selby Mvusi and Albert Adams. African Writers' Club

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    sound

  • Duration

    00:12:36

  • Shelf mark

    C134/397

  • Subjects

    Interviews

  • Recording date

    unknown

  • Speakers

    unidentified (speakers, male), Duerden, Dennis (male)

  • Description

    Item notes : This is a discussion between two South African artists, Selby Mvusi and Albert Adams, names transcribed phonetically from text. Mvusi had recently attended a UNESCO seminar on industrial design education in Brussels. Adams interviews Mvusi about the seminar. Mvusi speaks about his plan to move to east or central Africa where he will pursue his career as a painter. He also talks about some of his future projects.

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