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File The Arts and their Role in Intercultural Dialogue within the Context of Cultural Diversity and Globalisation.
Mokong Simon Mapadimeng (PhD)
File Report on the Indigenous Knowledge Systems (IKS) EXPO, held at the International Convention Centre (ICC), Durban, 26th to 30th July 2010
Compiled by: Mokong Simon Mapadimeng (PhD),NAC Research Manager
File The Case for Cultural Affirmation through the Musical Arts Performance: The National Arts Council of South Africa Voice
Dr Sello Galane and Dr Mogomme Alpheus Masoga
File Indigenous African Cultures and Relevance to Socio-economic Development in the Contemporary Era
by Mokong Simon Mapadimeng, PhD
File Commentary on the First National Arts Council (NAC) ArtSpeak Seminar
by Mokong Simon Mapadimeng, PhD On the 19th August 2009, the National Arts Council of South Africa held its first of the ArtSpeak seminar discussions with the title Cultural Diversity: Essential for World Peace or the Root of all Conflict?
File Views on World Summit, 2009
The 4th World Summit Stresses ‘Culture’ in ‘Development’, Israel on the Spot
File On World Summit, 2009.
Johannesburg Rebrands Self as ‘Africa’s Culture Hub’ by Ogova Ondego
File Summit Views 6
A weekly column by Mike van Graan, Programme Director for the World Summit on Arts and Culture (Johannesburg, 22-25 September 2009), will raise some of the themes and issues that will be debated at the event.
File Summit Views 7
This weekly column by Mike van Graan, Programme Director for the World Summit on Arts and Culture (Johannesburg, 22-25 September 2009), will raise some of the themes and issues that will be debated at the event.
File Summit Views 8
A column on the Fourth World Summit on Arts and Culture by Mike van Graan, Programme Director of the Summit
File Freedom of Expression Versus Cultural Sensitivity (Restraint, Respect and Revolt)
Being a paper presented at the World Summit on Arts and Culture, Johannesburg, South Africa (22-25th September 2009) By Mwalimu George Ngwane
File Paper delivered by Prof. David Bunn at ICACD in Ghana
Ends of the Rainbow: South African Arts Funding in the Post‐Mbeki Years
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