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VICE PRESIDENT Cde Kembo Mohadi yesterday toured Chitungwiza Arts Centre to get an appreciation of the creative industry value chain.
The 2021 edition of Zimbabwe’s National Arts Merit Awards (NAMAs) will be held under a different banner designed to honour artists who played a pivotal role in the country's creative scene in the past four decades.
National Arts Council of Zimbabwe (NACZ) director Nicholas Moyo has announced that this year’s edition of the National Arts Merit Awards (NAMA) has been postponed to 2022, but the council will next year host the NAMA Legends Awards. The Legends Awards ceremony will be held on February 27, 2021 and will be hosted virtually because of Covid-19 restrictions and regulations.
The National Arts Merit Awards (NAMA) will be held on 27th February 2021 under the theme ‘Our Legacy, Our Pride’. NACZ Director Mr Nicholas Moyo told journalists in Harare today that NAMA shall celebrate Zimbabwe’s 40th anniversary as well as the 35 years of National Arts Council existence.
This survey was carried out under the framework of the EU/UNESCO Expert Facility for the Governance of Culture in Developing Countries and is part of the Zimbabwe project “Strategy for the sustainable development of Cultural and Creative Industries (CCIs) in Zimbabwe – focus on the Music sector” piloted by the National Arts Council of Zimbabwe. Survey results will be integrated into a wider SWOT (Strengths, Weakness, Opportunities and Threats) analysis of Zimbabwe’s music sector which will inform the future Zimbabwe music strategy.
The Government launched the Cultural and Creative Industries Strategy (CCIS) yesterday, which will boost the arts sector.