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ARTERIAL NETWORK'S 4th African Creative Economy Conference (Rabat 13-15 November 2014)

Genre : Cultural projects
Contact details Arterial Network
Column : Intercultural/migrations
Published on : 30/10/2014
Source : http://africacreativeconference.com/speakers-2014/

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The Arterial Network's African Creative Economies Conference taking place in Morocco from November 13 - 15th will see hundreds of leaders, activists, artists and representatives of civil society and African governments converge to share their success stories with the intention to address the need for pragmatic solutions in their fields. 













 

Acknowledging the value of freedom of creative expression, an additional thematic focus of the 2014 edition will further define the link between arts, culture and democracy. 


 



Conference speakers include African Ministers of Culture and various cabinet representatives, thought leaders from the African Union and UNESCO, a wide variety of cultural entrepreneurs such as Joy Mboya of the GoDown Center (Kenya) and Touria el Glaoui, Founder of the 1:54 Contemporary African Art Fair (Morocco), and African innovators such as singer Didier Awadi, fashion designer Alphadi and photographer Aida Muluneh. 






 

 






 















ARTERIAL NETWORK'S 4TH AFRICAN CREATIVE ECONOMY CONFERENCE (RABAT 13-15 NOVEMBER 2014) PROGRAMME AND SPEAKERS SNNOUNCED FOR THE ACEC2014!

With Arterial Network's 4th African Creative Economy Conference (ACEC2014) taking place in less than three weeks, more details of the conference programme and speakers have been announced!
Co-hosted by the Association Racines/ Arterial Network Morocco, the 4th ACEC will take place in
Rabat, Morocco, from 13 to 15 November 2014.
The ACEC 2014 will build on theoretical expositions of preceding conferences, particularly the need
to map the different sectors of the African creative economies. Leading cultural operators will share
their success stories with the intention to address the need for pragmatic solutions in their fields.
Acknowledging the value of freedom of creative expression, an additional thematic focus of the 2014
edition will further define the link between arts, culture and democracy.
Conference speakers include African Ministers of Culture and various cabinet representatives, thought
leaders from the African Union and UNESCO, a wide variety of cultural entrepreneurs such as Joy
Mboya of the GoDown Center (Kenya) and Touria el Glaoui, Founder of the 1:54 Contemporary
African Art Fair (Morocco), and African innovators such as singer Didier Awadi, fashion designer
Alphadi and photographer Aida Muluneh.
See the full programme here: http://africacreativeconference.com/programme-2014/
and its 2014 speakers:
http://africacreativeconference.com/speakers-2014/

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