6 January 2013

Angola: Workmanship and Art Fair Marks Festivities of Culture Day

Namibe — The workmanship and art fair marked on Saturday, south-west Namibe province, the festivities of the National Culture Day, to be celebrated on 8 January countrywide.

The fair was opened on Saturday by the provincial governor of Namibe, Isaac dos Anjos, and it counts on the participation of 14 exhibiters from the provinces of Benguela, Huíla and Namibe (host).

The artists presented the workmaship in various ways, namely weaving, CDs, books and pieces of "Mbali" art linked to funeral mitology.

Speaking to Angop, the provincial culture director, Euracema Ambrósio said that the presence of exhibiters from other provinces is on account of the value being given to plastic artists.

On 8 January, Isaac dos Anjos will address a message on the ciulture sector in the province.

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