Rabat - April is by far the busiest month for cultural events around the world. Read our cultural agenda as we feature concerts, theatrical performances, exhibitions, conferences and other events and discover the major cultural events taking place in Morocco this week.
Rabat – April is by far the busiest month for cultural events around the world. Read our cultural agenda as we feature concerts, theatrical performances, exhibitions, conferences and other events and discover the major cultural events taking place in Morocco this week.
Exhibition “Tsawar m3aya” and Conference of Plantu in Rabat
UNESCO and Cartooning for Peace, in partnership with Rabat’s Institut Français, invite the public to the inauguration of an exhibition entitled “Tsawar M3aya” (Imagine with me). It will also feature a conference animated by Plantu, a cartoonist for the newspaper Le Monde and President of Cartooning for Peace.
“Tsawar M3aya” is an educational project based on press design and caricature, targeted at reflecting “the context, challenges and aspirations” of Moroccan Youth.It is inspired by “Dessine-moi la Méditerranée,” an educational exhibition published by Cartooning for Peace in 2015. Through press design and caricature, it has provided an outlet to explore the major problems of the Mediterranean. The event will take place on April 11, 2017 at the BNRM.
For more information, check Networks of Mediterranean Youth.
Are you a fan of Opera? If yes, then the Moroccan Philharmonic Orchestra invites you to “La VeuveJoyeuse,” a performance that fuses reason and emotion.
The Moroccan Choir and the Milan Ballet will join the Moroccan Philharmonic Orchestra to offer the public a colorful show combining theatre, song and dance. The event will take place on April 15 at the National theater Mohammed V,in Rabat. For more information, contact 05 22 77 74 74.
“Hello Africa!” is a cultural day organized by a group of engineering students from the Hassania School of Public Works underthe theme “All to build the Africa of tomorrow.” It is “a colorful event” that promises to bring together Sub Saharan, Moroccan and foreign youth, as well as other high-caliber figures in a celebration of African culture.
It will also highlight the cultural and artistic heritage of Africa and the role of African youth in the development of the continent. The event aims to establish a meeting point for African students and also present an occasion for a fruitful exchange of ideas on African issues. The event is set for April 16, at École Hassania des travaux publics, in Casablanca.
For more information, contact Sara Qoradi.
Health, Ethics and Islam by Professor Tariq Ramadan
Casablanca’s Rotary Club Hermitage is organizing a conference with acclaimed philosopher and writer,Tariq RAMADAN,on the issue of ” Health, Ethics and Islam.”
The conference is organized for the benefit of people with cataracts (an eye condition that results in blurred vision) in the region of Imouzzer. The money raised from this conference will make it possible to organize a socio-medical caravan to treat and educate aboutcataracts in this region. The event will be held on April 15, at ESITH, in Casablanca. For more informaion, check Rotaract UM6SS.
Festival of Colors ”Holi”
JLM FSJES AGADIR celebrates the coming of spring by organizing the first edition of “Holi Festival of Charity” to assist the Widowed Women in Basma Association to create income-generating projects for women who have lost their spouses. Event organizers invite you to “make this Holi a great moment of happiness, colors, entertainment, and charity” The event will take place on April 16 at the Agadir Stirrup Club, Agadir.
For more information, checkJLM FSJES Agadir.
Khalil Nemmaoui – Solo Exhibition
Le Comptoir des Mines Galerie invites you to an exhibition of photographer, Khalil Nemmaoui, a photographer specializing in the visual portrayal of silence. Nemmaoui captures moments of contemplation and solitude. He searches for traces of man in desert landscapes, where only the realm of spirituality reigns. Attendees are guaranteed to be confronted with unusual elements, fused with a mystical, almost sacred monumentality. The exhibition will take placein April at the CM Galerie, in Marrakesh.
For more information, check CM Galerie.
Concert GREY STARS
Belgian band, Gray Stars,recent performers atthe Jazzablanca Festival, are holding a concert in Tangier.”The Gray Stars” represent a new wave of fusion music in the Maghreb, promoting a crossbreeding of genres where a multitude of traditional Maghreb and Western rhythms interweave. The musicians push the limits and venture into every musical corner. The concert will take place on 16 April at the Tabadoul, in Tangier.
For more information, check Lfréksh.
If you would like to see your event in our Cultural Agenda, feel free to email us at [email protected] To ensure inclusion, please include the date, time, a brief description of the event, and a link to more information. We look forward to hearing about unique and diverse events for our weekly listing.