PFDJ Cultural Affairs organized a 5-month training course as regards film and drama acting for a total of 96 artists.
Asmara, 28 March 2014 – PFDJ Cultural Affairs organized a 5-month training course as regards film and drama acting for a total of 96 artists.
Speaking at the graduation ceremony that was held yesterday at Cinema Asmara in connection with the International Theater Day, Mr. Towolde Keleta, Head of administration and finance in the office, pointed out that the training is vital for the artists, 40% of whom are females, to raise their professional competence.
Presenting the message of the Day, Mr. Elias Amare made note of the significance of art, especially theatre, as regards popularization culture and keeping intact the values thereof, and called on the trainees to focus on career development through substantiating experience.
A representative of the trainees said that the training in important as regards inspiring their artistic aptitude.
Among the beneficiaries, Ruth Tekie and Medhanie Birhane expressed satisfaction with the training, and asserted that they would strive to raise their professional capacity.
The occasion witnessed the staging of colorful cultural shows depicting Eritrean people’s spirit of bravery, steadfastness and cultural diversity.