The Goethe-Institut is launching a project to support choreographic creations in the MENA region. It proposes to select eight artists from and based in the region. Each artist will be creating a choreographic project centred on notions of autonomy and body politics. The Goethe-Institut provides financial support for the productions and accompanies artists from conception to implementation.
In november 2018, Racines organized the 3rd edition of Etats Généraux de la Culture au Maroc, in partnership with Association Tiznit des Cultures Urbaines, during the 8th edition of Amur'Art festival, in Tiznit. #EGC3 - The documentary is directed by Sauphiane Idelcadi / Universe Pic and will be soon available online. Stay tuned ! #CultureIsTheSolution #CultureRemainsTheSolution
Equipped with a collective workspace connected to internet, a meeting room and a documentation center, Racines Carrées opens its doors every Wednesday to students and researchers in the cultural and artistic sector in order to consult its documentation center
The project holders that were selected for the pre-test phase are enrolled in the elaboration of the first drafts of their project proposals. Racines Carrées offers them a co-working space, a documentation center, personalized meetings and a global generic training.
Racines released its activity report for 2018. It is a full report of Racines' projects in 2018, its projected activities for 2019, its networks, participation to conferences and meetings and a detailed description of the association's vision, mission and goals.
As part of the departmental week "Make fraternity" organized by the League of Education of Pas-De-Calais, France. Mehdi Azdem, was invited on Tuesday, March 26th at the round table: "How does culture strengthen fraternity?" at the Fabrique at Bethune.
The call for applications of the 3rd edition of Produire au Sud Agadir workshop which will take place from June 18 to 22, 2019 during the 11th edition of FIDADOC is open to author/producer couples bearers of a documentary feature project from 7 countries: Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia, Lebanon, Palestine, Egypt and Jordan.
Attacks on freedoms are increasing in Europe and among our close neighbours. A associated Euro-Mediterranean and African network of activists, civil actors and researchers is creating an observatory to assess and report violations and failures to respect the rights of association and cultural and artistic expression.
On 26 March 2019 Freemuse launched its annual report, The State of Artistic Freedom 2019: Whose Narratives Count? The report is an in-depth analysis of 673 cases of violations of artistic freedom that occurred in different cultural spheres in 80 countries throughout 2018. It identifies key challenges for artists’ freedom of expression and points out violation patterns and trends. Additionally, State of Artistic Freedom 2019 calls for accountability for these violations.
Scholarships are awarded innovative performing arts projects that contribute to a critical discourse on existential and/or society related matters. International Ibsen Scholarships were initiated in 2007 by the Norwegian government and handed out for the first time in 2008. The statutes below were determined by the Norwegian Ministry of Cultural Affairs on January 16th 2016.