Community Art: An Anthropological Perspective

English | ISBN: 1847888348, 184788833X | 2015 | 224 pages | PDF | 17 MB

Exploring key issues for the anthropology of art and art theory, this fascinating text provides the first in-depth study of community art from an anthropological perspective.

The book focuses on the thirty-five year history of the Free Form Arts Trust, an arts group that played a major part in the 1970s struggle to carve out a space for community arts in Britain.


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