The National Arts Council of Zimbabwe (NACZ) is pleased to inform stakeholders that following engagement of the government and the subsequent decision taken by the government through the cabinet to allow the partial reopening of the Cultural and Creative Industries (CCIs) the following low-risk sectors with controlled sit-in spaces can now open
The analysis was carried out under the framework of the EU/UNESCO Expert Facility for the Governance of Culture in Developing Countries and is part of the Zimbabwe project “Strategy for the sustainable development of Cultural and Creative Industries (CCIs) in Zimbabwe – focus on the Music sector” piloted by the National Arts Council of Zimbabwe.
The National Arts Council of Zimbabwe is pleased to announce that Derwin E Guti is the Winner of the #Nama legends@40 Trophy Design Competition.
A recent survey on modes of music consumption in Zimbabwe commissioned by the National Arts Council of Zimbabwe (NACZ) showed that 68% of musicians in the country continue to get nothing from online music platforms.
The National Arts Council of Zimbabwe has announced the nominees for the 19th National Arts Awards. The biggest arts awards platforms are set for Saturday 29 February 2020 at the Harare International Conference Centre (HICC). Here are the nominees.
The Board of the National Arts Council of Zimbabwe (NACZ) would like to inform all partners, artists, and arts and culture stakeholders that Mr. Elvas Mari has resigned from his position as Director with effect from the 16th of March 2018.