Pacific Arts Association (PAA)
Association des arts du Pacifique
1978-02-08 Wellington New Zealand
8 Feb 1978, Wellington (New Zealand), at 2nd International Symposium on the Arts of Oceania.
Promote study of all the arts of Oceania; make members aware of the state of all the arts in all parts of Oceania; encourage international understanding among nations involved in the arts of Oceania; promote high standards of research, interpretation and reporting; stimulate interest in teaching of courses, especially at tertiary educational level; encourage cooperation among institutions and individuals in the field; encourage high standards of conservation and preservation of the material culture in and of Oceanic arts.
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