Luanda - The Angolan minister of Culture, Carolina Cerqueira, Thursday in Luanda, considered the sovereign Lunda-Tchowe, Mwene Muatxissenge Watembo, as a "staunch" defender of good customs and an active participant in the struggle for the recovery of moral and civic values.More about this news
Luanda - The ambassador of Cape Verde, Jorge Eduardo Figueiredo, said Wednesday in Luanda the need to strengthen the cultural ties with Angola, with actions linked to the exchange and sharing of experience between cultural agents and creators.
Luanda - The António Agostinho Neto Foundation (FAAN) is focusing on the promotion, dissemination, and preservation of the Angolan cultural identity, with particular emphasis on the achievements of its patron, said Monday in Luanda the institution’s director, Amarildo da Conceição.
Luanda - The Minister of Culture, Carolina Cerqueira defended Wednesday in Luanda that is important the creation of a space for debate to rethink the national culture and to establish new areas for action, capable of giving sustainability to the plans and goals aligned in the PND 2018/2022 and that define the policies of governance in the field of culture.
Luanda - Culture minister Carolina Cerqueira last Tuesday, in Luanda, appealed to cultural agents to be more creative, so that they can place in the market products with the desired qualitative pattern.
Luanda - The National Library of Angola is since Tuesday displaying a bibliographic sample of Angolan ethnography as part of the celebration of the National Culture Day marked on January 8.
Luanda - An exhibition with 16 paintings and three sculptures, in the categories of painting, engraving and sculpture, are displayed as from last Tuesday in Luanda, in the Complex of Schools of Art (CEARTE).
Luanda - The Minister of Culture, Carolina Cerqueira, reiterated Tuesday in Luanda the commitment to the recovery of values and cultural identity, in order to elevate and exalt Angolanity.
Luanda - At least 277 historical monuments and sites countrywide have been classified by the Angolan authorities, revealed last Friday, in Luanda, the director of the National Institute for Cultural Heritage, Cecília Gourgel.