Grahamstown National Arts Festival—Grahamstown, 1–10 July 2004

  title={Grahamstown National Arts Festival—Grahamstown, 1–10 July 2004},
  author={Herman van Zijl Kitshoff},
  journal={South African Theatre Journal},
  pages={246 - 249}
  • H. Kitshoff
  • Published 1 January 2004
  • Art
  • South African Theatre Journal
The Grahamstown National Arts Festival is held annually during the first ten days of July in the South African town of Grahamstown, and celebrated its 30th year of existence in 2004, making it the oldest contemporary arts festival in the country. This 30-year celebration coincided with the Rhodes University's centenary celebration, and fittingly student projects were well represented amongst the roughly 300 different artistic productions at the festival. This report attempts to evaluate certain… 
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