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The Royal New Zealand Ballet’s commitment to making ballet accessible to diverse communities around New Zealand was recognised in Parliament tonight (subs: 6pm Wednesday 11 September) when it received the Arts Access Creative New Zealand Arts For All Award 2019.
Las “Políticas públicas para las Artes Escénicas – Iberescena”, fue tema del Conversatorio Internacional realizado en el marco del XVIII Encuentro Internacional de Danza y Artes Contemporáneas “Crear en Libertad”, el pasado viernes en el Archivo Nacional.
The "Public Policies for the Performing Arts - Iberescena", was the subject of the International Discussion held in the framework of the XVIII International Meeting of Dance and Contemporary Arts "Create in Freedom", last Friday in the National Archive.
The partnership is strategically aligned to Creative New Zealand’s International Programme which connects New Zealand artists and arts organisations with global markets and audiences, develops international networks and capability, and offers opportunities for cultural and artistic exchange.
The annual cultural festival officially closed yesterday with the pounding of drum beats echoing through the National Auditorium, along with cheers of elation and an impromptu show of dancing skills from Members of Parliament present.
The value of this research, as a tool to guide policy and fund development and to improve management practices, will be measured best by its application—the dialogue, creative problem solving, and action it generates to address inequities in dance and move the art form forward.