He stressed the important role of art and artists in conveying Syria's aesthetic and cultural aspects to the whole world, indicating to the government's keenness on supporting artists.
What does SA stand for?
SA stands for Supporting Artist
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- Superachromat (tele-photo lenses made by Carl Zeiss)
- Supervising Authority
- Supplemental Agreement
- Supplemental Appropriation
- Supplemental Assembly
- Supply Air (HVAC)
- Support Acquisition
- Support Agency
- Supportability Analysis
Samples in periodicals archive:
The Senior Band, which was promoted to the Championship Section in 2012, will be joined by an impressive line-up of supporting artists and the concert promises something for everyone, in another exhilarating evening of top quality entertainment.
The rock star said: "I think the British audience has a great understanding of how supporting artists, let's call it on the leading edge, can drive the culture up and create really interesting moments.
The show will feature supporting artists such as Johne Titus and African Boy.
Dubliner Laura, 22, said her colour was a constant issue when supporting artists such as Aretha Franklin and Stevie Wonder.
Waygood Art Boutique is part of Waygood's supporting artists programme, promoting the work of artists associated with Waygood, by profiling their work in the boutique, online and at national, and international art fairs.
Supporting artists featured the Tanner Sisters and GaryMiller.
He'll be at Church Of God Of Pentecost, Farm Street, Hockley, with his live band and other supporting artists on Monday August 27.