It is time to introduce the five South African artists selected for Xplore. Our initiative, along with the EU Delegation to South Africa, facilitates the intercultural exchange between South African artists and European peers. This year’s programme brings the selected South African artists to the Globaltica Festival, in Gydinia, Poland. Meet the collective and find … Xplore South Africa: Meet the collective
On 16 June, a roundtable discussion was held at ONOMO Hotel in Lomé for cultural stakeholders from Ghana, Benin and Togo. The roundtable is part of a study to identify commonalities of cultural practices in the coastal regions of the three countries. The objective of the study is to promote and boost regional cultural cooperation, as well as … Bringing together cultural stakeholders from Benin, Ghana and Togo for regional cultural cooperation
In 2021, the Music In Africa Foundation (MIAF) and the EU Delegation to South Africa, with the support of the Cultural Relations Platform (CRP), launched an Open Call for South African musicians and spoken word artists. Over 150 acts participated in the Call, and 10 finalists were announced to perform at a live and online … Xplore: a Musicxwords follow-up
The Global Cultural Relations Programme (GCRP) is our flagship training programme and aims to connect cultural professionals from all over the globe. The programme is designed for cultural and creative practitioners with an interest and experience in international collaboration. It develops participants’ skills and supports them to engage in international cultural relations through tailored peer-to-peer learning, cross-cultural … How was your GCRP experience? Testimonials from our alumni.
From May 10th to 13th, the Cultural Relations Platform (CRP) brought together 38 cultural innovators and changemakers from 38 countries to collaborate, share skills and ideas, and develop their international networks through the Global Cultural Relations Programme 2022 (Flagship training of the CRP). It was an inspiring and energizing experience for the participants, as well as … It’s a wrap: what we’ve learned from GCRP 2022