Call for applications: Artistic training in dance/choreography with Radouan Mriziga

We are delighted to share with you a major step in the realisation of our mission within the Tunisian cultural ecosystem. Since its establishment, L'Art Rue has been committed to supporting artists and contributing to cultural development in Tunisia. Today, we are taking a new step with the launch of the dance and choreography training, as part of the Massari project. 

> About the Massari project: 

The Massari project aims to consolidate the professional trajectory of those working in the cultural field. These partners include Al Badil, Echos cinématographiques, Minassa, the Syndicat des libraires et distributeurs importateurs et exportateurs du livre (SLDIEL), Safahat, and L'Art Rue all committed to enriching the training program with their unique expertise. 

> L'Art Rue Training Objectives: 

In this context, L'Art Rue proposes for 2024-2025, three cycles of training dedicated to the professions of culture, aiming to strengthen the skills of professionals of culture in cultural mediation, artistic creation, and professions of the technique of the show. This program aims to meet the growing demand for professionalization in the Tunisian cultural sector, accentuated by a thriving artistic scene over the past decade. 

> Focus on the Objectives of the Training:  

This training aims to develop critical thinking and encourage participants to challenge their creative processes, deepening concepts such as the body in space, movement, time and context. It also aims to broaden the perspectives of participants through experimentation and exploration of other artistic practices such as crafts, visual arts and cinema, while equipping them with the necessary tools for self-criticism and artistic development.

> Open call for applications: artistic training in dance/choreography

For those who aspire to enrich their professional career in the field opf arts, dance and choreography in particular, the call for applications for this training module is now open until June 29, 2024

To view the full call for applications and to submit your application, please visit the specially designed platform:  

If you have any questions regarding this specific call, please feel free to contact directly before June 29, 2024. 

We look forward to seeing you participate in this journey of discovery and professionalization. Together, let’s consolidate our impact on the Tunisian cultural scene.

Practical information

The training program will last for 6 weeks, 5 days per week, divided as follows:

- 3 weeks: September 23 to October 11, 2024

- 3 weeks: February 10-28, 2025


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