Andean Institute of Popular Arts
Institut andin des arts populaires
Instituto Andino de Artes Populares (IADAP)
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4 Jul 1977, as a regional body within the framework of F-XD4506 - Convenio Andrés Bello de integración educativa, cientifica y cultural de América Latina y España (Convenio Andrés Bello), at 8th S-XS0248 - Reunión de Ministros de Educación del Convenio Andrés Bello (REMECAB). Full title: Instituto Andino de Artes Populares del Convenio Andrés Bello.
Seek the best means of utilizing aesthetic propagation of popular arts; ensure the impact of folk arts on higher levels of national and regional culture; coordinate a policy to promote and stimulate artistic creativity; take part in integration of the whole Andean region.
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Executive Council; Managing Board; General Secretary. Departments (3): Research and Documentation; Training and Experimentation; Propagation.
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