Sunday, October 3, 2021 – 1:41 PM
ABU DHABI, 3rd October / WAM/ The Cultural Foundation, managed by the Department of Culture and Tourism – Abu Dhabi, has announced the names of the artists participating in the first edition of the Performing Arts Production Program, which provides the 16 winners with the necessary support and approval to produce and finance their artistic creations.
Through the programme, participants will have an exclusive opportunity to produce plays, performances, musical albums, or other performing arts, and selected works from the 16 artists will be shown during the cultural complex’s seasonal programme.
A specialized committee has selected the 16 winners, and the Cultural Foundation will host the artist Fernando Lopez and Yas Theater within the artistic residency program.
Reem Fadda, Director of the Cultural Foundation, said: “The performing arts production program aims to embody our vision of developing and engaging creative minds in our community to facilitate the creation, development and development of a sustainable artistic and cultural environment in Abu Dhabi, especially in these difficult circumstances that require us to provide the necessary support to artists and embrace New ideas and encourage creative endeavors..This program provides participating artists with the resources and capabilities required to develop and revive their artistic concepts and focus on their creative goals.”
The Department of Culture and Tourism – Abu Dhabi announced last June that sponsoring the local creative movement is a vital goal for the cultural and creative industries sector in the emirate, and is in line with Abu Dhabi’s cultural strategy for the next five years.. Ambitious initiatives, such as the performing arts production program, depend on The primary objectives of the cultural and creative industries, which provide creative professionals with long-term career opportunities, as well as their role in promoting local talent, and consolidating the position of Abu Dhabi and the United Arab Emirates as a global center for culture and creativity.
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