The Government of Trinidad and Tobago and the Urban Development Corporation of Trinidad and Tobago Ltd (UDeCOTT) officially unveiled yesterday the Port of Spain National Academy of Performing Arts North Campus in Port of Spain, one of two proposed facilities that are part of the Government’s broader Vision 2020 National Strategic Plan for reaching first world standards of development by the year 2020. The campus boasts daring architecture and state-of the-art facilities. It will be followed by a second campus in San Fernando. The facility was built with the support of a two per cent concessional loan from the People’s Republic of China to the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago.
Under the auspices of the University of Trinidad and Tobago, students of the performing arts will be able to develop their talents in a world class environment. To audiences and aficionados of the performing arts, a modern 1200 plus seat auditorium will provide an engaging venue to showcase the best local and international artists and performers.
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