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The Projecto Cuvilas Association (PC) was officially created in 2004 to fill the cultural gap that was being felt in dance in general in Mozambique, which was represented, almost only by the CNCD (National Song and Dance Company), which has a specific style, essentially based on the promotion and divulgation of the so called “traditional” dances.
Projecto Cuvilas is not only a Contemporary Dance Company but also a Contemporary Artistic Association with various objectives in relation to civil society and which works in close relationship with the other existing arts.
At present, PC has 22 effective members, 2 honorary members and 2 benefactor members.
After the murder of founding member, Augusto Cuvilas, the assembly met in January 2008 and unanimously decided to elect the dancer and ex-coordinator of the association, Chimene Costa to lead the destiny of the Association. The board decided to give continuity to Augusto Cuvilas’ ideals, as a way to honour him and to diversify the art of dance, which was previously monopolized by the National Song and Dance Company (CNCD).
At the administrative level, PC has an executive team (staff) with access to communication means such as fax, scanner and the Internet.
Gender: The role and importance of women in the activities of the Association was and continues to be one of the constants. The last two creations of Projecto Culvilas, “FIN” and “Solo para Cinco” are clear examples. All interpreters (dancers) are female, exploring and questioning their realities as reflective and active identities of the present society.
Within the Association an active participation of the workers to use a Gender policy amongst the internal policies and activities is promoted