«Tous en Scène» (All on stage), Casablanca

 

«Tous en Scène» (All on stage), Casablanca
The «Fondation des Arts Vivants» (Foundation for Performance Arts) is launching a call for participants to train theatre animators for children and adolescents at Sidi Bernoussi. The call marks the launch of the Foundation’s project entitled “TOUS EN SCENE” (All on stage), for the development of cultural and artistic education in the disadvantaged areas of the city of Casablanca , co-financed by the European Union in the framework of local cultural activities in Morocco.
The training will provide the recruited animators with educational tools and build their capacity in the fields of animation and theatre. The idea is to “raise awareness on the importance of artistic and cultural education as an element of development and cultural exchanges”.
The project « Tous en scène» taking place from January to December 2010 aims at establishing permanent theatre workshops among local associations. The project will end with a final performance. Another important objective is to “encourage young people to commit themselves and to participate to artistic activities that will facilitate their socio-cultural integration.”
«Tous en scène» will be implemented in collaboration with the city of Casablanca, the regional head-office of the Ministry of Culture in Casablance, the Théâtre de la Mer in Marseilles and the Saint-Exupéry Secondary School in Lille (France) ; and in association with the administration of Sidi Bernoussi’s districts and the Cultural Complex Hassan Skalli.

"Together, the best is possible"

Those who are interested can download the necessary document on:
www.fondationdesartsvivants.ma .

For further information:
Fondations des Arts Vivants
Complexe culturel d’Anfa
Casablanca
Morocco

Tél: 0522 39 16 17 / Fax : 0522 36 76 41
Mail : fonarvi@gmail.com / tousenscene.fav@gmail.com
www.fondationdesartsvivants.com

 


(11/01/2010)

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