Rabat - Acapella, poetry, informative social discussion, talent competitions, documentary film presentations and all things multicultural and artistic await in this week’s Cultural Agenda! Have a look, pick your favourites and indulge your whims.
Rabat – Acapella, poetry, informative social discussion, talent competitions, documentary film presentations and all things multicultural and artistic await in this week’s Cultural Agenda! Have a look, pick your favourites and indulge your whims.
The American Group “The Exchange” on Tour in Rabat
American Acapella group, The Exchange, is set to headline a concert in Rabat.The group consists of five American Capella artists. It was first formed by Christopher Diaz and Aaron Sperber, who were soon joined by Jamal Moore, Richard Steinghner and Alfredo Austin. Each of the five vocalists enjoys other interests outside of singing and beat box. They are also cultural ambassadors for the State Department in the Middle East and Central Asia.
The concert will take place on April 29, at Cinema Renaissance, in Rabat.
For more information, contact the US Embassy Rabat.
Mauritania: The Country of a Million Poets!
“Mauritania: The Country of a Million Poets!” is a cultural day organized by a group of engineering students from the Hassania School of Public Works.
The event, which will last an entire day,will be exclusively dedicated to the culture of Mauritania, a country that maintains solid relations with Morocco and whose culture is abundant.
Renowned Mauritanian figures will accompany the students throughout the event, which promises to be an effective cultural exchange and interaction.
The event will take place on April 29 at the EHTP, Casablanca.
For more information, contact 0626-441151.
International Conference “Living together between Values and Law”
The event promises to deliver a comprehensive lecture concerning the necessity to incorporate the law and values.
“Living Together Between Values and Law” is organized by the Research Group on Space and Territories (GRET), the Unesco Chair of Human Rights, the Faculty of Legal, Economic and Social Sciences Agdal of Mohammed V Rabat University, the Interministerial Delegation of Human Rights Man, the School of Governance and Economy (EGE) and Lazrak, and with the support of the Hanns Seidel Foundation.
The conference will take place on April 27-28 at FondationHanns Seidel au Maghreb, in Marrakech.
For more information, contact FondationHanns Seidel au Maghreb.
Open Mic Night
Open Mic night invites amateur performers to share their talent with a live audience. The event will include singing, poetry, storytelling, stand up, beatboxing and any other talent requiring the use of a microphone.
The event will take place on April 28, at the ENCG Agadir English Club in Agadir.
For more information, contact [email protected]
The Show Acad’EMI – 5 ème édition
The Club EMIARTS welcomes the public to the Mohammadia School of Engineers for a new edition of its talent competition.
The Fifth Annual Show ACAD’EMI promises to be “exceptional once again and more promising than ever!”
Whether you are passionate about art or a friend of one of the participants, the event’s organizers ask you not to miss an “opportunity to be part of an exceptional artistic experience.” Festive atmosphere is guaranteed! The event will take place on April 25, at Ecole Mohammadia d’Ingénieurs, in Rabat.
For more information, contact 05377-71905.
Festival of Immigrants’ Arts
Tangier is hosting the first Annual Festival of Immigrants’ Arts. The festival offers a wide range of activities in various forms of artistic expression. The artistic event aims to create a platform to showcase the rich cultural heritage of talented migrants.
The festival also hopes to contribute to a reinforcement of immigrants’ national heritage by promoting knowledge, cultural diversity and interbreeding between Sub Saharan Africa and other societies.
It promises several forms of artistic expression, including theater, singing, dance, visual arts and folklore. It also promotes thoughtful and successful integration of immigrants into the Moroccan artistic scene.
The festival will take place on April 27-30 at CCIS Tangier Tetouan Al Hoceima.
For more information, contact Monasso.ma.
Thursday Cinema Human Rights “Everything is Written”
As part of its monthly activities devoted to the promotion of human rights via cinema, the ARMCDH presents the “Thursday Cinema Human Rights” April program, featuring the documentary film, “Everything is Written,” created by Tunisian film maker, Sonia Ben Slama.
The film’s events take place 70 years ago, in Ksour Essaf, in central Tunisia. A young woman escapes from her husband’s house and defies “the maktoub” (fate) for the only time in her life.Then, in present-day, in the same place, a young girl is getting ready to submit to al-maktoub and get married.
The film will be followed by a debate with the public on the following dates:
- Thursday, April 27- 6:30 pm, at the Cinémathèque du CCM-Rabat (Yacoub El Mansour).
- Friday 28 April- 6.30 pm at the Cultural Center ‘Les étoiles’- Casablanca (Sidi Moumen).
For more information, contact ARMCDH.
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