Following a baseline survey in Matobo, Mangwe, uMzingwane and Beitbridge districts in May 2016 to determine the status of the rural creative industry in Zimbabwe, Amagugu International Heritage Centre presents the research findings to arts and culture stakeholders.
The baseline survey research is part of the Strengthening Local Cultural Policy in Zimbabwe project being implemented by Amagugu International Heritage Centre in partnership with UNESCO under the purview of the International Fund for Cultural Diversity.
The research consultant, Dr. Charlton Tsodzo, will at the launch ceremony present key findings from the research. Copies of the report will be available for download next week under the downloads section of this website.
The baseline survey research findings will inform formulation of cultural policies and strategies for the four rural district councils as an entry point in promoting rural creative entrepreneurship.
This is a must attend event for individuals and institutions interested in understanding the rural creative sector in Zimbabwe.
Come and watch rural based performers. Traditional food too!
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