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National Arts Council of Zimbabwe (NACZ) director Nicholas Moyo has encouraged stakeholders in the arts industry to support awards in various art genres to develop the creative sector.
Last week, the Chilean music industry delegation arrived in Tampere, Finland, to be part of WOMEX, the largest international fair in the world, which annually brings together almost 3,000 agents from 92 countries.
The Ottawa Hospital and the Ottawa Art Gallery have signed a unique memorandum of understanding that will see the two institutions work together to inject art into the hospital environment and hopefully make it healthier for all concerned.
June 22-28, 2020, the Swedish Vision Archive will host an international conference in Uppsala on the theme of music and minorities. The conference is aimed at researchers and students in music and dance sciences, ethnology and related subjects.
Minister of Culture, Ph.D. Nina Obuljen Korzinek participated in the Fifth Right - Just recognition and fair remuneration panel held at the World Music Forum organized by the International Music Council (IMC) on Sunday. September 29, 2019 in Paris.
The National Institutes of Health has awarded $20 million over five years to support the first research projects of the Sound Health initiative to explore the potential of music for treating a wide range of conditions resulting from neurological and other disorders.