Culture minister Rosa Cruz e Silva said last Tuesday, in the northern Cabinda Province ?s chief town, that the process of upgrading annually the knowledge of artists in this region, promoted by the Culture Ministry , is a contribution to the preservation, divulgence and valuing of the cultural identity of Angolans. Rosa Cruz e Silva was speaking at the opening of the seminars on "Management of Cultural Heritage", "Spelling of Bantu Languages", "Organisation and Management of Archives", "Theatre and Dance", in the ambit of the main celebrations of the National Culture Day (January 08). To her, there has to be a reflection on the development of areas like theatre, dance, archives, among others. The programme to mark the date, includes the holding of lectures on legislation in the cultural sector, workshops and a photographic exhibition on Cabinda Province's architectonic and religious heritage. The programme was opened on Monday with the inauguration of an arts and culture fair.
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