CINAT back in Guam capital

Tuesday May 31, 2016 Written by Published in Culture
Noo Ngametua during one of the Cook Islands performance in Agat. 16053013/Edward B. San Nicolas Noo Ngametua during one of the Cook Islands performance in Agat. 16053013/Edward B. San Nicolas

The COOK Islands National Arts Theatre (CINAT) team is back in the capital of Guam for their performances this week in the 12th Festival of Pacific Arts.

 

After some shows in Agat, the southern side of the island, the team returned back to the base on Sunday (CI time) for their daily performances in the final week of the festival, which ends on June 4.

On Sunday, the Cook Islands team performed at Guam’s most populated village, Dededo.

Yesterday, the team was scheduled to perform at Paseo which is in the capital city of Hagatna.

The Cook Islands contingent was also scheduled to attend other events such as the traditional arts, demonstrations and exhibitions yesterday.

Some of the members were likely to have been part of the Culture, Arts and Sustainable Development in the Pacific seminar which had discussions centered on culture, arts and environmental justice and cultural entrepreneurship and innovation.

The Festival of Pacific Arts, held every four years, is the largest gathering to showcase the unique cultures of the region.

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