Mobility fund of artists and cultural operators within the African continent

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Laeila Adjovi, reporter, photographer, artist and AMA grantee, travelled from Dakar (Senegal) to Cotonou (Benin) in order to conduct research towards a new project titled “Les Chemins de Yemoja” (The roads of Yemoja). She was hosted by the Zinsou Foundation from January 3 to 19.

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Visual artist and AMA grantee Massira Touré travelled from Bamako (Mali) to Lagos (Nigeria) to participate in the “Vernacular art lab” residency organized as part of the 2018 edition of the Iwaya! Community Arts Festival (ICAF Lagos – 1-15 December).

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Abuja-based visual artist and AMA grantee Amarachi Kelechi Odimba is currently in Arusha, Tanzania to complete a residency at Warm Heart Art Tanzania from December 12 to 30, 2015.

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AMA grantee François-Xavier Gbré recently returned from a trip to Rabat, Morocco, where he completed a residency and organized an exhibition in collaboration with Moroccan illustrator Zineb Benjelloun at Kulte Gallery & Editions. His stay extended from September 15 to 30.

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Yaoundé-based curator Aude Christel Mgba will travel to Casablanca today to take part in the curatorial training program “Madrassa” organized by NGO L’Atelier de l’Observatoire between October 5 and 9.

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Today, AMA grantee Marie-Florine Demosthene travels from Accra, Ghana to Johannesburg, South Africa, to begin a 6-week-long residency at Gallery MOMO (July 4-August 16).

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"My travel from East Africa to the West was a good experience as it was the first in my life. I experienced our people in a more cultural way, some of our traditions were similar and others were differently shaped by religion since the country is 90% Islamic. Their spicy food and fish culture and traditional main sport of wrestling highlighted their authentic African spirit. I loved it.I came back rich in the African Spirit.

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AMA is pleased to announce the grantees of Session 26 (October 2014) of its mobility grants programme. Of the thirty-eight grant applicants, twenty-two were awarded grants:

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As the main aim of the project is to tackle misconceptions, stereotypes and dogmas surrounding the knowledge of life in Africa, it was indeed gratifying to experience Tchad, Sudan and Addis Ababa in a different light. To use Khartoum, Sudan as an example, what we experienced was far from what we know about Sudan in the media.

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The event Rencontres Australes Imaitsoanala (RAI), held on the 6th of August in Ambohimangakely, was definitely a highlight. This event, organised by myself, Cecil Bidaud, Tahina Ratroakavirony, Meghan Judge and Laurent Lafuma, was experimental and ambitious in nature. It gained further momentum as local artists got involved and resulted in an afternoon/evening of presentations of site-specific art installations, dance and circus performances, paintings, projections and music.

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