Organisers

Rézodanse (Egypt – France), Agora for arts and culture (Egypt), the French Institute in Egypt and the Goethe Institute in Alexandria are working together to implement the Moutawassat project in Alexandria.

These organisations also created links with international cultural entities such as Dream City in Tunisia, which already implemented a similar event in open spaces in the historical quarter of Tunis, as well as Les Bancs Publics*a place for cultural experiments in Marseilles in order to build a partnership which would allow some of the performances to be shown abroad. These international links will indeed give higher visibility to this project and will ensure higher impact of the Alexandrian contemporary artistic production abroad.

Centre Rézodanse Égypte, Alexandria // cultural centre dedicated to the performing arts
Centre Rézodanse Égypte is the operational branch in Egypt of French Association
Rézodanse, founded in September 2006.
Centre Rézodanse aims to promote dance and the performing arts in Alexandria and more generally in Egypt by organising workshops, training, artistic residencies and shows. The centre also participates in the implementation of various cultural events in Alexandria, in partnership with local and international organisations.

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AGORA for Arts and Cultural Management, Alexandria, Egypt
AGORA Arts and Cultural Management was created in order to facilitate cultural exchanges in the fields of performing arts and visual arts, and through direct involvment with several local and international organisations. AGORA aims to enhance intercultural dialogue, to support the economical development of cultural activities and to accompany social change.

French Institute in Egypt and Goethe Institute in Alexandria
The French Institute and the Goethe Institute in Alexandria joined the implemting partners of the event, besides Rezodanse Egypte and Agora.
They proposed the invitation of the French-German group of dancers, who will take over one of the locations, in the same idea as their Egyptian counterparts. They are also involved in the preparation and the implementation of the roundtable, which aims at opening spaces for dialogue and developing awareness towards contemporary dance and arts in the public space.

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