Directory of Arts and Culture Organizations & Festivals within the CEMAC
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he african organisation CREATE has just released the first Directory of
Arts and Culture Organizations & Festivals. The directory is comprised of
two sections. The first part lists organizations which are based within
the CEMAC region while the second part lists pan-African and global
organizations by area of activity.
This edition which is the 2010 edition is being released at an important
moment. Three things account for this. Firstly in only a few weeks from
now the ARTerial Network will be organising its second conference 20th to
22nd September 2009 in Johannesburg, South Africa and this network intends
to develop into a pan-African network of networks uniting artists networks
in Africa with national branches envisaged throughout the continent.
Secondly, immediately after the ArtTerial Network conference Africa will
for the first time host the World Summit on the Arts and Culture scheduled
for the 22nd to 25th September 2009 in Johannesburg, South Africa.
Thirdly, in 2010 Africa will also for the first time host FIFA's World Cup
in South Africa. The World Summit on the Arts and Culture will bring
together government ministries responsible for culture, national arts
councils and culture Agencies, funding organizations, interested
stakeholders, artists and cultural managers, administrators and promoters
of the creative sector. On the other hand the FIFA World cup will offer
opportunity for Africa to showcase its rich art and culture through
exhibitions, performances and displays. With these events at hand the
CEMAC region which is made up of Cameroon, Central Africa Republic, Chad,
Congo, Equatorial Guinea and Gabon need a lot of exposure.
Further information: http://www.createin
Author/Source: CREATE - Collective Resources for the Arts & Talents
Enchrichment, Cumbo, Cameroon
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