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September 04 2017

CALL FOR CONTRIBUTIONS | FONDS ARTERIAL

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Arterial Network launches a fund-raising campaign for the building of the African Fund for Art and Culture (Fonds Arterial).

FONDS ARTERIAL is the first African fund for art and culture set up by Arterial Network. Beyond professionalization and mobility, the fund will promote cultural and artistic rights across Africa and its diaspora, targeting all cultural actors and artists in order to celebrate their diversity. Special attention will be given to young people and women.

The African Fund for Art and Culture will be officially launched in Abidjan on November 13, 2017. As the great African artists who have already contributed, Arterial Network calls on African cultural institutions, arts professionals, cultural actors, philanthropists and financial partners to join us in building this unique fund.

BE PART OF THE MOVEMENT FOR THE PROFESSIONALIZATION AND MOBILITY OF AFRICAN ARTISTS.

MAKE A DONATION TODAY TO SUPPORT THE FONDS ARTERIAL!


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