16 January 2013

Angola: UNAC Promises Continuous Work to Dignify Artists

Luanda — The Association of Artists and Songwriters (Unac) will proceed with its work of valuing and dignifying the national artists, guaranteed on Tuesday, in Luanda, the institution's chairman, Arnaldo Calado.

The official made this statement during his intervention at a round-table on "The current social situation of artists", where he stressed that the organisation needs financial means to materialise programmes, pledging effort and work to provide dignity to national artists.

"The only promise we can pass on to members is to continue the work, to comply with the programme outlined by the Unac board", he said.

About the roundtable, he said the meeting served to honour the artists that passed away in 2012 and unite the class even more, as well as outline new strategies to improve the actions of Unac.

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