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KIBRIT

KIBRIT (كبريت) is a collaborative research and production program dedicated to contemporary artistic and curatorial practices engaged in processes of reactivation of cultural heritage and collective memory (architecture, natural heritage, sound archives, cinema, photography, education). KIBRIT proposes collaborative and interregional … Continue reading

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2nd NACMM Meeting in Algiers 2nd to 7th February 2017

 

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CeRCCa participates at the Leap Second Festival One Second Residency with artist Jordan Topiel Paul

Jordan Topiel Paul (b. 1985, NYC) is a composer whose work addresses the dynamics of listening, spaces and contemporary culture. Extending from the proposition that music’s primary material is listening, his pieces point to an expanded musical context that foregrounds … Continue reading

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FOCUS MAGREB i NACMM Meeting in BCN September/October 2016

From the 25th September to the 3rd October the NACMM realized it first meeting in Baracelona thanks to the support of ALF and the collaboration of all the NACMM partners. The NACMM launched its on going on line platform http://www.nacmm.orgContinue reading

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The NACMM selected for ALF Grants

CeRCCa is really happy to announce that the North Africa Cultural Mobility Map has been selected for the Anna Lindh Call for Projects Grants! Congratulations to Mohab Saber and Chehab M Hassan from El Madina in Alexandria, Léa Morin and Mohamed … Continue reading

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CeRCCa pre-selected for TANDEM Shaml

   Tandem Shaml supports experimental collaborations between cultural change makers from the Arab Region and Europe. The programme offers a unique opportunity to establish cross-border cooperation links. Tandem Shaml invites 16 cultural organisations, 8 from Europe and 8 from the … Continue reading

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NACMM and CeRCCa at Le18

“Fil’Kawkaba” is a series of talks and presentations involving cultural activists, researchers, artists and curators working in, or focused on the five Maghreb countries. All talks take place at Le 18 for two months and aim at fostering a public … Continue reading

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