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Books are gradually finding their way back to the shelves, but not without the efforts of advocates and campaigners who are seeking a return of the good old culture of reading.
Victor Mavedzenge, a visual artist and poet, yesterday donated US$136 000 to the Just Children's Home in Harare to meet the children's upkeep. Mavedzenge last month held an exhibition entitled 'Quantum Soup for Oliver' at the Book Cafe. He sought to donate the proceeds to charity.
Richard Pankhurst and Stanislaw Chojnacki, two most distinguished scholars on Ethiopian art, seem to agree that there is a need for a National Gallery of Modern Art. The need for a National Gallery of Modern Art raised during the Sixth International Conference on the History of Ethiopian Art by the two distinguished historians needs to be scrutinized by all concerned and particularly by the nation's intellectuals and government officials.
Performing artistes in the country intensify their battle to reap the positive gains of their creativity now, not later.
Aid to Artisans Ghana (ATAG), a locally based non-governmental organization, held an exhibition and trade fair on handicraft products, at Pavilion X at the International Trade Fair Centre in Accra.
The 'City of Culture', the most important cultural infrastructure project since Tunisia's independence in 1956, was launched recently.