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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.
En el episodio de estreno, el retratista Jonathan Yeo dar un acceso exclusivo a su estudio de pintura y su trabajo sobre Tamara Rojo, e identificar a los nuevos talentos del retrato.
Arts Minister Senator George Brandis has announced that following an international search Professor Gerard Vaughan AM has been appointed as the new Director of the National Gallery of Australia.
A man who revitalized ancient Chamorro chants has been honored with the title Sainan Minenhalom Manllai Chamorro, or Master of Chamorro Chant.
The National Gallery is one of the worlds preeminent collections of old master paintings. Much loved by the public in Britain and around the world, it welcomes more than six million visitors a year, has a highly successful exhibition programme, a bold acquisition policy and world renowned scholarship. The Gallery faces challenges too engaging with a changing Britain, delivering a secure financial future, encouraging philanthropy, harnessing technology and maximising its global reach.
Increased support for craft/object makers and visual artists so they can undertake large-scale projects is one of the results of Creative New Zealands reviews of craft/object and visual arts in New Zealand.