In connection with the 18th Francophonie Summit, which is to be held in Tunisia on the island of Djerba, from 15 to 21 November 2021, with the theme of “Connectivity in digital diversity as a vector of development and solidarity in the Francophone space”, the Ministry of Cultural Affairs, in partnership with the European Union through the Tounes Wejhetouna programme, has launched a call for artistic projects on the theme of “Connectivity”.
This call has been launched as part of the cultural and artistic programme of the Village de la Francophonie. Artists, intellectuals and stakeholders of the Tunisian cultural scene are invited to submit works that question more broadly, this notion that anchors us to our land and our roots, but also connects us to our common future.
The selected works will be displayed in the Tunisian Pavilion, which will be set up in the Village de la Francophonie. This call for projects is open from Friday 6 August until midnight on Saturday 15 September 2021.
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