Martin Adaji, said that the qualities of the troupe's theatrical presentations were evident in the scores of success stories it had recorded with well acclaimed productions and projects. Besides, Adaji said, the national troupe had at various times engaged in cultural diplomacy by collaborating with international cultural groups.
"The contemporary Indian dance stage reflects the spirit of globalisation," Kuchipudi dancer Kaushalya Reddy who hosted an international dance festival here early this year told us. Traditional Indian dance even translates world literature...
The Vail Valley Foundation staff had received a call that the Bolshoi Ballet Academy, in the midst of its first U.S. tour, had to cancel its shows scheduled for Texas. Would Vail be willing to host the world-renowned ballet company's first U.S. performance instead?
U.S. Embassy in Moscow has announced a unique year-long American arts and culture festival in Russia. It is both a fresh start in this sphere of relations between the two countries and homage to Sergei Diaghilev’s Russian Seasons in Paris.
In the downtown theater, the Goh Ballet Youth Academy was debuting its latest production, Lamour, a three-act ballet that the troupe will be taking to China in late August and September for a series of shows to promote friendship and cultural exchange between the two countries.
The star continues to shine for Jenaguru Arts and Culture Group who will perform at the World Rugby Tournament to be held in New Zealand in August. The eight-member group - a product of Jenaguru led by musician Clive Malunga - will showcase traditional dances at the tournament which will see the best rugby playing nations converging on New Zealand.
The group had been invited to Botswana by the Ministry of Youth, Sport and Culture through the Department of Arts and Culture to provide a cultural exchange between the Zambians and local artists
The Tourism Ministry will spend RM1.8mil on social media branding to woo young tourists. Its Minister Datuk Seri Dr Ng Yen Yen said the move was part of the ministry’s transformation programme and would mark the first time that social media was used as a branding tool.