The Association Sèna Street Art, also known as ASSART, aims to make art accessible to all by promoting street culture. The association brings together young, committed artists in various artistic fields such as graffiti, visual arts, music, dance, photography, video and digital arts.
The Ecolo Street Art Bénin project is part of the EFFET GRAFF international street art festival and aims to raise awareness and educate children about the Sustainable Development Goals through street art.
Taster and teaching workshops will be organised for children from isolated areas in order to raise their awareness of the key themes of sustainable development and climate change.

Accès gratuit à la culture pour tous au Bénin

The ADAV-NORD BENIN association has set itself the mission of multiplying, consolidating, professionalising and diversifying creative initiatives in order, on the one hand, to allow the fine arts to play their role as liberators of society's expressions and questions, and on the other hand, to bring together the best creative conditions for artists.

This training, research, creation and promotion programme in the audiovisual field, aimed at 15 young visual artists, 8 of whom are women, consists of three main phases: 1/ training in "art photography + retouching" and "art video + editing"; 2/ supporting the 15 participants in promoting their creations (press releases); 3/ organising artistic discovery activities for 250 pupils and 150 deprived children.

TOP 10

Established as a cultural association in 2012, La Galerie Médina's mission is to contribute to the creation of an emerging market for contemporary Malian and African art and to ensure the promotion and sale of quality works in Mali, Africa and the world.

Their "TOP 10" project consists of a vast artistic introspection intended to lead to an exhibition that is both a retrospective of the last 10 years and a prospective of the next 10 years. A selection of 10 shortlisted artists, both established and emerging, of all generations, will present their projects to a jury of professionals. The exhibition of these works in the Medina Gallery, the production of a film and the publication of a catalogue will contribute to the promotion and distribution of cultural assets.

SOMETHING by Something We Africans Got

April27 is an independent publishing company and arts management consultancy that promotes and supports African art, culture, education and excellence through the SOMETHING WE AFRICANS GOT review and the magazine SWAG high profiles.

After 5 years of existence, 14 issues of the review and 7 of its magazine version, "Something We Africans Got" has become an alternative space, a space for exhibitions dedicated to the moving image, to the rediscovery of African cinema, to dialogue and the development of critical thinking. This project materialises the continuation of the exploration of the Arts of Africa and the Black World and the cultural links between the different countries of the continent and the rest of the world.