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Following the signing of a partnership with APAM in August last year, Creative New Zealand secured opportunities for New Zealand delegates to get the most out of this important platform for contemporary performing arts professionals in the Asia Pacific region.
With the Festival of the Pacific Arts & Culture or FESTPAC less than four- months out, event commissioners held a news conference today announcing numerous preparations underway. FESTPAC will run from June 10-21, 2020 with events being held throughout Honolulu and Waikīkī. It will be the first time that Hawaiʻi will serve as FESTPAC host. Thousands of Pacific Islanders and visitors are expected to attend FESTPAC. This yearʻs theme is: E kū i ka hoe uli (Take hold of the steering paddle).
Una multitud de más de 55.000 personas concurrió a la reinauguración del parque y volvió a disfrutar de este espacio que conjuga cultura, ciencia, tecnología y educación para toda la familia.
Arts Access Aotearoa and a network of creative spaces throughout New Zealand will celebrate Creative Spaces Week 2020 from Monday 17 February to Sunday 23 February, aiming to increase public awareness about their value to people’s mental health and wellbeing.
With nearly 900 festivals now held a year in Spain, mass live music gatherings have become the draw for tourists that bullfighting was for many in Hemingway’s day, and are competing even with football for sponsorship dollars. According to a new report detailing the country’s music festival explosion, 6.4 million people attended Spanish festivals in 2018, an almost 10% increase over 2017.
Cuba como país y Coahuila como estado son los invitados especiales al 48 Festival Cervantino que se realizará en Guanajuato, México, del 14 de octubre al 1 de noviembre, se anunció hoy en conferencia de prensa.