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Sport, Arts and Culture Deputy Minister Tabetha Kanengoni-Malinga has applauded the Basket Showcase II at the National Gallery of Zimbabwe (NGZ) describing it as a major show that raises the country's profile high artistically.
Do visual artists in Fiji need to be better organised so that they can improve their status, visibility, public understanding and awareness of their work? This was the main question at a workshop hosted by the Secretariat of the Pacific Community (SPC) and the Pacific Islands Forum Secretariat (PIFS). The workshop, held on the 28th - 31st of October, brought together leading visual artists, support organisations, and interested producers from other art forms.
Es la segunda este año en rechaza el premio Nacional.
The Biennale of Sydney is working with global recruitment agency Korn Ferry to recruit a new Chief Executive Officer.
Fleur Pellerin, the French Minister of Culture and Communication, has named Yves Robert to lead the Centre National des Arts Plastiques (CNAP), replacing Richard Lagrange. Robert has spent his entire professional career working in contemporary art. The CNAP is a department in the Ministry of Culture and Communication involved with visual arts, design and arts professionals. It oversees the national archives of contemporary art.
Tourism and Arts Minister Jean Kapata has opened the first ever art gallery in Livingstone which was constructed at a total cost of K6,000,000. Officially opening the art gallery on Thursday, Ms Kapata urged artists in Livingstone to trade in authorized areas. Ms Kapata said the Ministry of Tourism and Arts, through the National Arts Council of Zambia (NAC) would continue to develop the facility to higher standards expected of a gallery in a tourist capital.