Commandaria Orchestra is recorded and presented in Cyprus National Commission for UNESCO publication.
On Wednesday April 25th 2018, at the A.G. Leventis Gallery in Nicosia, the Cultural Services of the Ministry of Education and Culture and the Cyprus National Commission for UNESCO, in the context of the release of UNESCO’s 2018 Global Report “Re Shaping Cultural Policies” presented the launch of the publication “Cultural Expressions and Pluralism: Aspects of Contemporary Creativity in Cyprus”.
The publication defines the theoretical framework of UNESCO’s Convention for the Protection and Promotion of the Diversity of Cultural Expressions (2005) and the cultural policy in Cyprus. The role of the civil society best practices in Cyprus for the promotion of the objectives of the Convention is also highlighted.
The 2005 UNESCO’s Convention brings to the fore the substantial role civil society pays in establishing a diverse cultural landscape, pointing out the important contribution of artists, others involved in the creative process, cultural communities and organizations that support their work, and their central role in nurturing the diversity of cultural expressions.
The Cyprus Wine Museum and The Commandaria Orchestra is recorded and presented by this publication in the context οf implementing a series of actions for further promoting the objectives of the UNESCO 2005 Convention in Cyprus.
This publication also aims at providing information on cultural actions which may contribute to further cultural development in the future, fostering creativity, upgrading cultural planning, developing skills on issues of cultural management and, finally, promoting cultural expression and reaction as an important pillar or development.
The Cyprus Wine Museum would like express its gratitude to the Cultural Services of the Ministry of Education and Culture and the Cyprus National Commission for UNESCO and also to the artists, members and collaborators, of The Commandaria Orchestra who support and promote the orchestra the last nine years.