We would like to thank the SwaziTV and Mr. Savior Kakama for inviting Minerva at the Kusile Breakfast show on Thursday the 8th of February 2018 to illustrate the Minerva Project co-funded by the European Union: “PROFESSIONS IN MUSIC AND THE VISUAL ARTS. Culture as a tool to empower Civil Society and the creative engine to support economic and social development in Swaziland”.
It was a great honor for Minerva, through the Project Manager Assistant, Ms. Nqobile Jele, to publicly illustrate to the Swazi Citizens the “EUNITED ARTS OF SWAZILAND” Programme, which has been launched under the wider Project “PROFESSIONS IN MUSIC AND THE VISUAL ARTS” and It is implemented with the organizational support of the Alliance Francaise de Mbabane and the Swaziland Theater Club.
Ms. Nqobile Jele highlighted during the interview the aims of the project, sectors covered, the number of beneficiaries and the success indicators and in particular the establishment of the Eunited Arts of Swaziland Association and of the First Permanent Laboratory at the Swaziland Theatre Club, which will be fully operative in these coming days to serve as an open space with free access for Swazi Artists who will apply with no costs to be part of the Association Eunited Arts of Swaziland.
To strengthen these actions, a new Lighting and Sound equipment will be purchased by Minerva with the financial support of the European Union.
Details will be provided at soonest, follow us!

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