A pinnacle avenue for Pacific culture learning and education

The students of Oceania Arts and Cultural Centre John Bainivalu (left), Alfred Inia, Demetria Tawake and Julia Kuruyawa with one of the wood carving displayed at USP. Picture: RAMA

THE Oceania Centre for Arts and Culture (OCAC or The Oceania Centre) is one of the pinnacle avenues for Pacific culture learning and education in the region. Established in 1996 as a special project of the University of the South Pacific (USP) Council, it has come a long way and has continued to promote what […]

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