Classic Theme For NAMA 20th Edition

The National Arts Council of Zimbabwe (NACZ) this week announced a classic theme for the 20th of the National Arts Merit Awards (NAMA) event scheduled for February 2022.
Wilson Chipangura, Guest Reporter

The National Arts Council of Zimbabwe (NACZ) this week announced a classic theme for the 20th of the National Arts Merit Awards (NAMA) event scheduled for February 2022. 

NAMA Awards which are the biggest arts awards in the country will run under the the “Zimbabwe and Beyond #AmaLevels” according to NACZ and their event manager Jacaranda Culture and Media Entertainment. 

“The National Arts Council of Zimbabwe – NACZ and event managers Jacaranda Culture and Media Entertainment (JCMC) would like to advise stakeholders in the Cultural and Creative Industries (CCIs), partners, and members of the press that the theme for the 20th edition of the NAMA, to be held in February 2022, will be Zimbabwe and Beyond #AmaLevels. 

“The 20th NAMA will be a historic occasion that celebrates artists who are waving the flag of Zimbabwe high across various artistic disciplines both locally and beyond our borders. 

“The youthful, #amalevels tag signifies that NAMA has reached a new level in its stature, pedigree, and reach as the premier arts award in Zimbabwe,” said NACZ. 

NACZ said the theme will be carried throughout the build-up to the national event which will culminate in a memorable ceremony filled with special tributes to our arts ambassadors and their work. 

NAMA Awards are open for nominations with different players in the arts sector encouraged to submit their projects for consideration. 

The nomination process which opened on 1st September 2021 will close on 30th November 2021 with applicants that pushed their works in the past two years from 1st December 2019 to 30th November 2021 eligible to submit their projects for different categories. 

NAMA 20th Awards submission (visit the link)

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