Traditional Mural Arts of Sirigu : Forms . Symbolism , and Processes

@inproceedings{Cowhey2013TraditionalMA,
  title={Traditional Mural Arts of Sirigu : Forms . Symbolism , and Processes},
  author={Christine A. Cowhey},
  year={2013}
}
  • Christine A. Cowhey
  • Published 2013
This report studies the art of mural decorating that has been passed down through many generations of women in certain villages in the Upper East Region of Ghana. It identifies the common patterns that traditionally characterize these decorations, and explores how they function as a symbolic language in the communities in which they appear. Among the variety of surface decorations found throughout the Upper East Region, my research focuses on the traditional mural decorations of the village of… CONTINUE READING

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