Art Moves Africa – Retracing Roots and Tracing New Routes: Mobility and Touring in North Africa

A study by Lara Bourdin for Art Moves Africa, October 2019

A study by Lara Bourdin for Art Moves Africa, October 2019

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Country-Specific Information<br />

Dancers Samuel Dijoulaye Coulibaly, Abdailkader Traoré, B<strong>in</strong>tou<br />

Kébé <strong>and</strong> Sylvie Kouané participate <strong>in</strong> a Masterclass led by Tunisian<br />

choreographer Hafedh Zallit at the Centre Culturel Togola de<br />

Sabalibougou <strong>in</strong> Bamako, Mali, as part of Projet Berka 174.<br />

Photo courtesy of H.PROD/Hafedh Zallit<br />

—<br />

QUOTE:<br />

« Travel means connections, friends, the chance to love<br />

music even more. In Tunis, every time I go, I get to f<strong>in</strong>d<br />

books. There are no libraries <strong>in</strong> Benghazi. From my<br />

perspective <strong>and</strong> from what I hear from the people around<br />

me, you come back as a different person every time you go,<br />

even if you go for 5 days. We need to do someth<strong>in</strong>g here to<br />

make culture the basis of change <strong>in</strong> this society. »<br />

Faraj Alsileeni<br />

drummer <strong>and</strong> Director,<br />

Tanarout, Benghazi*<br />

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