The Ministry of Youth, Culture and Communication – Department of Culture – announced the opening of applications for the 3rd edition of the National Festival of Theater Lovers, scheduled for October 7 to 10 in Safi.
The troupes wishing to participate in this edition, initiated in collaboration with the urban municipality of Safi, are called upon to submit their application files to the Theater division of the Direction des Arts within a fixed deadline between September 08 and 22, 2022 at 4:00 p.m. , the ministry said in a statement.
The application file must include the application for participation, a video of the candidate piece downloaded on an electronic medium, a technical sheet of the piece which can be downloaded from the website of the ministry, the poster of the piece, as well as the legal and administrative file of the troop, according to the ministry.
Files must be sent to the following address: “Theatre Division – Direction des Arts, 17, avenue Michelifen, Agdal, Rabat”, according to the same source.
The Hassan II Foundation for Moroccans Living Abroad (MRE) is organizing the exhibition “My Interpretations” by Moroccan artist Salman Ezzammoury, from September 15 to October 15 in Rabat.
The Difaf gallery, part of the Hassan II Foundation for MREs, will host the opening of this exhibition, which will take place next Thursday at 6:30 p.m., indicates a press release from the institution.
Salman Ezzammoury is “an itinerant and traveling artist, with an international dimension. His creativity flourishes by being filled with love and optimism, which for him is an absolute reality”, reports the same source.
The artist continued his studies in photography at the University of Applied Photography in Apeldoorn, the Netherlands, then trained in graphic techniques in Utrecht, in the same country.
Since 1987, Salman Ezzammoury has presented more than 400 exhibitions in several countries, including the Netherlands, Morocco, Belgium, Denmark, South Korea, Australia, Turkey, Spain, Iraq, Syria, Germany, Poland, France, Iceland and Bosnia and Herzegovina.