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International Animation Celebration in Cairo
International Animation Celebration in Cairo | babelmed | women - migration - mediterraneanCairo, 24 - 28 October 200 International Animation Celebration in Cairo (IACC) is organised by AraMage Artistic Production and the French Culture Center in Cairo, celebrating the international animation day on the 28th of October. On this occasion, IACC will screen animation films from Francophone countries and the Middle East from the 24th till the 28th of October 2005. The screened films will encompass a very large time frame going from 2 years old to 99 years animation films, representing, in that sense, all kind of animations.
San Vito, capital of all couscous
San Vito, capital of all couscous | babelmed | women - migration - mediterraneanSan Vito lo Capo is not exactly what one could call a metropolis...When six years years ago, the small sicilian village publicised the first edition of the «Couscous Fest», the news was drawing attention for its anecdoctical side...A festival and an international competition of the best couscous was indeed a funny event...Today the Festival in figures it’s: 100.000 visitors, 10,000 tickets sold, 5,000 liters of Sicilian wine, 70 accredited journalists, 10 national and satellite tv crews, 30 types of cooking, 40,000 portions of sicilian cakes, 200 liters of extra virgin olive oil, 8 countries coming from 3 continents, 50,000 acces per year to the internet site with more than 40 countries, counting among them, japan, Philippines, Costa Rica, Colombia, Chili, South Africa, Saudi Arabia and the Seychelles!
Donna, donne
Donna, donne | babelmed | women - migration - mediterraneanOctober 8 2005 – January 8 2006 Florence, Palazzo Strozzi Woman Women is a travelling contemporary art exhibition by Adelina von Fürstenberg that after Florence will tour to Brussels and San Paolo. The works of the 33 artists participating in the the exhibition reflect on the concept of femininity through a range of approaches, creating dialogues about the role played by women in the contemporary world.
An Alternative Bridging Project
An Alternative Bridging Project | babelmed | women - migration - mediterraneanRepositioning the Mediterranean in the centre of a new progressive project means thinking about this diverse region and its resources in original and truly sustainable ways.
The Subject of Palestine
The Subject of Palestine | babelmed | women - migration - mediterraneanWashington D.C, 9 September - 28 October, 2005 Tragedy and resistance permeate Palestinian national life and are the primary subject matter of Palestinian art. In the years leading up to and including the first Intifada, Palestinian art was primarily an art of liberation growing with the groundswell for freedom. This exhibit features works of the liberation artists, who direct their discourse to their own population.
Shusmo? | babelmed | women - migration - mediterranean"SHUSMO" in Arabic means "what's his name." This project began to take shape in the Fall of 2000. At first, the intent was quite simple: To blend various elements of jazz and Middle Eastern music, and to present them through powerful grooves. Over the years, as the sound of the band began to mature, other elements came into play including Latin rhythms, counterpoint, and spoken word. Today, every member brings their own background to add flavor to the compositions, and the result is far beyond what the original goals were.
9th Istanbul Biennial: simply “Istanbul”
9th Istanbul Biennial: simply “Istanbul” | babelmed | women - migration - mediterraneanSeptember 16th – October 30th 2005 Istanbul, Turkey The title of the 9th ?stanbul Biennial is simply '?stanbul'. It refers both to the real urban location and the imaginative charge that this city represents for the world. '?stanbul' as a “metaphor, as a prediction, as a lived reality, and an inspiration” has many stories to tell and the Biennial will attempt to tap directly into this rich history and possibility.
Re-Thinking the Mediterranean
Re-Thinking the Mediterranean | babelmed | women - migration - mediterraneanRather than succumb to the "clash" temptation by reinforcing "defensive self-pride, " it is time to come to terms with "the bewildering interdependence of our time," as Edward Said called it years ago in his article about "The Clash of Ignorance." We are called upon "to reflect, examine, sort out what it is we are dealing with in reality, the interconnectedness of innumerable lives, 'ours' as well as 'theirs,'" debunking, in the process, the confused and confusing myths about who or what the West or the Other may be.
A year of Passion
A year of Passion | babelmed | women - migration - mediterraneanXII Biennial of Young Artists Naples 19th- 28th September 2005 For its 12th edition the Biennial chose the theme of Passion, one of the main feature of Napolitan life. In this extreme city, a place of excesses and emotions the Biennal will underline the role of the city as a Mediterranean crossroads and big European capital. It will also focus on the participation of South Mediterranean artists, underlining the ancient ties with the city. Particular attention will be given to disciplines less known in Western countries, such as architecture, design, video art, photography, scuplture...
Remixري ميكس
Remixري ميكس | babelmed | women - migration - mediterraneanCulture Resource (Al Mawred Al Thaqafy) and Al Urmawi Center for Mashreq Music will organize the 2nd Youth Music Platform (Remix?? ????) during the period 25 September to 1 October 2005. The deadline for applications for participation in the platform is 25 August 2005.

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