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|Description: ||ArtMatters.Info is a platform which covers fine art, installation & sculpture, books, music & dance, film, video & television, fashion & beauty, puppetry, storytelling & theatre, travel, entertainment, leisure and lifestyle in Africa. |
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|Submitted on:|| Feb 01, 2007 |
|Description: ||Arts News and links to cultural insitutions, companies and organsations in South Africa|
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|Submitted on:|| Feb 22, 2006 |
|Description: ||NGO for the arts and artists in Cameroon.|
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|Submitted on:|| Feb 23, 2006 |
|Description: ||Ifa Lethu, a nonprofit Foundation based in Tshwane, South Africa is devoted to the development and economic growth of the creative sectors in the country.|
Ifa Lethu today manages the largest heritage repatriation effort in South Africa with collections having been repatriated from countries such as the United States of America, Canada, France, Australia, Spain, Holland, the United Kingdom and Germany. Further collections have been identified across the globe and every endeavour is made by Ifa Lethu to facilitate their repatriation to their home country.
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|Submitted on:|| Dec 22, 2009 |
|Description: ||International Counsil of African Museums (AFRICOM) is an International NGO registered by the Government of Kenya. The Secretariat is located in the capital city, Nairobi, in offices graciously offered by the National Museums of Kenya (NMK).|
The resources of the AFRICOM Information Centre assist the Secretariat to respond to thousands of queries from museums and heritage professionals and students on a range of subjects affecting museums and the heritage sector. AFRICOM also hosts an extensive computerised database of museums and museum professionals on the continent.
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|Submitted on:|| Jun 06, 2006 |
|Description: ||Musa Heritage Gallery shortened Mus'Art is a museum named in memory of Cameroonian artists Daniel Kanjo Musa and his eldest son John, to preserve wood sculptures by these departed artists. Over the years, Mus'Art Gallery has been expanding to diversify its collection. Over 400 objects are in our permanent collection. These include masks, wood carvings, musical instruments, pottery, basketry, hunting gadgets etc. With a focus on the Grass-fields of Cameroon, our museum is also known as the Grass-fields arts museum.|
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|Submitted on:|| Oct 11, 2010 |
|Description: ||The National Arts Council of Zimbabwe (NACZ) was established in 1985 by an Act of Parliament. Its main function is to foster, develop and improve the knowledge, understanding and practice of the arts and their presentation, performance, execution and the exhibition of the same to various publics.|
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|Submitted on:|| Jul 20, 2006 |
|Description: ||The mission for the arts, culture and heritage in South Africa, is for it to:|
- Be used in support of developing the economic potential existing in the cultural industries, such as film, craft, music, publishing and design.
- Be instrumental in alleviating poverty through creating job opportunities;
- Be part of a strategy of branding the Country as a sought after tourism destination, because of its heritage sites, museums and monuments;
- Be integral to the programmes and projects designed to achieve the aims of NEPAD.
- Increase the role of governance through the process of provincialisation of the archival function.
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|Submitted on:|| May 29, 2006 |
|Description: ||OCPA, the Observatory of Cultural Policies in Africa, is an independent pan-African non-governmental organisation aiming to enhance the development of national cultural policies in the region and their integration in human development strategies through advocacy and promoting information exchange, research, capacity building and cooperation at the regional and international level.
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|Submitted on:|| Aug 10, 2006 |
|Description: ||PANSA is an independent, national and democratic organisation acting in the collective interests of practitioners, technical workers, administrators, educators, companies and service providers within the performing arts.
In response to the growing institutional crisis in the performing arts (closure of theatres, orchestras, NGOs, loss of jobs, etc), the Network was launched in June 2001 in order to defend the interests of performing arts workers and to ensure that there was a viable performing arts industry in the country.
PANSA has emerged to ensure that those who make their livelihood within the performing arts, are heard in policy-making, funding and decision-making processes that affect their lives. Individual artists and independent companies cannot work on their own to change the macro-conditions that impact directly on their lives. PANSA provides a national framework to network, strategise and lobby in their collective interests.
Monthly newsletters to keep members informed of developments within the organisation and to advertise events and progress generally, have been distributed in the belief that communication and information is key to building a national and effective lobby.|
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|Submitted on:|| Feb 22, 2006 |