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The stakes!

Secretary General - 15/09/2021

“The starry sky above me and morality within me. These two things I do not have to search for or merely conjecture beyond my horizon, as if they were shrouded in darkness or placed in a transcendent region, I see them before me, and I attach them immediately to the consciousness of my existence.”  (Immanuel […]

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OPEN CALL: What’s pUPpet

Unima Projects, Youth - 23/07/2021

We are glad to invite you to apply for the What’s pUPpet session that is going to be held within the framework of UNIMA’s program at the FMTM 2021 in Charleville-Mezieres, on Tuesday the 21th of September, 18-19.30 (CET). UNIMA is it’s members! In this programm, we invite you to present your projects and ideas, […]

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UNIMA, in the World Puppet Festival of Charleville-Mézières 2021

Unima Projects - 22/07/2021

UNIMA will be present at the 21st edition of the Festival Mondial des Théâtres de Marionnettes, which will be held from September 17 to 26, 2021 in Charleville-Mézières, France. UNIMA invites all professionals and amateurs of the puppet world to participate in the different events that the organisation proposes. Join us from the 19 to […]

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Douanes, a European creation at the FMTM

Europe, Unima Projects - 21/07/2021

Douanes, by Sylvie BaillonIn cocreation with Liza Cox, Joana Feijo, Emilie Parmentier, Eléonore Antoine Snowden *Duration: 40 minutes / multidisciplinary form / From 15 years old Followed by a meeting with the teams of the African, American and Asian creations of Douanes – Customs – Adouana What does it mean today to cross borders?  A story […]

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Passing by, listening and resisting!

Secretary General - 9/07/2021

Malraux says a very simple thing about art: “It is the only thing that resists death”… and what is the relationship between the struggle of men and the work of art? The closest and most mysterious relationship. Exactly what Paul Klee meant when he said: “You know, the people are missing. “There is no work […]

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