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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 Academy of Music and Dance, an institution moulded along the same lines as the National Arts Council of Zimbabwe (NACZ) in promoting cross-pollination of cultural ideas, will be opened tomorrow in Harare.
Jua Kali artisans face challenges ranging from unfair competition from imports, lack of market access, lack of appropriate regulations and technology yet the sector contributes about 90 per cent of all new jobs.
A monthly Art market to expose and promote artists and their products, and as well enable them to contribute to the development of tourism recently opened in Accra.
Dance is not only about people moving rhythmically to music, it is a performing art that reflects our way of life, the mood of our times and the dynamism of our culture, says the Minister of Education, Sport and Culture, Cde Aenias Chigwedere.
The inspiring words of a State Governor saved the day for artists, culture workers and enthusiasts who had expected President Olusegen Obsanjo to use the occasion to launch Nigeria's long overdue National Endowment for the Arts (NEA).