Vanuatu Sand Drawing

@article{Zagala2004VanuatuSD,
  title={Vanuatu Sand Drawing},
  author={Stephen Zagala},
  journal={Museum International},
  year={2004},
  volume={56},
  pages={32 - 35}
}
Stephen Zagala has been undertaking his PhD at the Centre for Cross-Cultural Research (Australia) and has been relocated to Vanuatu in order to conduct extended fieldwork. During the latter part of 2002 he completed a three-month consultancy for UNESCO, curated an exhibition at the second Melanesian Arts Festival in Port Vila, and worked as a volunteer at the Vanuatu Cultural Centre. He prepared the candidature file nominating Vanuatu Sand Drawing for inclusion on the UNESCO listing of… Expand
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  • 2004