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In a bid to advance government’s proposed Culture and Heritage Policy and Strategic Plan (CHPP) 2017-2026, a policy committee reconvened recently to develop a costed operational plan, according to a GIS release.
Cayman’s arts community is taking the time to recognize some of its most talented artists. The Cayman National Cultural Foundation announced its annual list of recipients Monday for the National Arts and Culture Awards, which will be distributed Thursday night at the Harquail Theatre.
Who is a Caymanian? This question has been repeated many times and received many different answers; some even from this media house in its early days of operation. Residents, Visitors, and the world will now have their official explanations as the Ministry of Health and Culture and the steering committee behind the creation of the Cayman Islands’ first National Culture and Heritage Policy and Strategic Plan rolled out the public consultation phase for the historic draft document.
Since 1990, the National Arts and Culture Awards have recognised those who attain a level of merit in their artistic discipline, contribute to the arts, culture and heritage of the Cayman Islands and support the work of the Cayman National Cultural Foundation.
Members of the committee that is leading work to create the Cayman Islands’ first National Cultural and Heritage Policy and Plan, along with other key stakeholders, took part in a workshop on 7 and 8 June, led by visiting UNESCO-endorsed facilitator Deirdre Prins-Solani.
The Cayman Islands’ Human Rights Commission (HRC) is recognising World Day for Cultural Diversity for Dialogue and Development, celebrated annually on 21 May around the world.