In May were held the last two workshops of the project ” Tomorrow’s puppetry in Africa “.
Second francophone workshop: ” Puppetry and dramaturgies in public space “.
The workshop for French-speaking African countries on the theme ” Puppetry and dramaturgy in public space ” was led by Alessandra Amicarelli (Italy) and Athanase Kabré (Burkina Faso) and took place from May 11 to 16. It brought together groups of young professionals in 7 countries: Benin, Burkina Faso, Burundi, Ivory Coast, Guinea, Mali and Togo, thanks to the cooperation and coordination of the National UNIMA Centers of each of these countries.
Third workshop of the Anglophone cycle: “Filming the puppet
The workshop for the Anglophone African countries on the theme “Filming the puppet” was led by Fedelis Kyalo (Kenya) and was held from May 16 to 20. It brought together groups of professionals in 6 countries: Ghana, Kenya, South Africa, Tanzania, Uganda and Zambia, thanks to the cooperation and coordination of the National UNIMA Centers of each of these countries.
The project ” Tomorrow’s puppetry in Africa ” is supported by UNESCO and coordinated by UNIMA International in cooperation with its commissions Africa and Professional Training, and in partnership with the National Centers of UNIMA in Tunisia, Togo, Kenya, South Africa, Burkina Faso, Ghana, Zambia, Guinea, Mali, Ivory Coast, Benin, Burundi with the representatives of UNIMA in Uganda and Tanzania.
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