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Previous programs

This page contains presentations of the partners of our previous programmes.


The Ishyo Arts Centre is a platform for artists, entrepreneurs and lovers of the arts. It is the cultural hub of Kigali. Read more

Suka !

Suka ! is an organisation specialised in the field of audiovisual training. Read more

Arterial Network

The Arterial Network is a dynamic network of individuals, organizations, donors, companies and institutions engaged in the creative and cultural sector throughout the African continent. Read more

CDT – Cultural Development Trust

The Cultural Development Trust (CDT) specialises in capacity building of organisations in Southern Africa, particularly young contemporary dance companies’ choreographers and administrative staff. Read more

PANSA – Performing Arts Network of Southern Africa

PANSA is a network organisation that promotes the interests of performers, members, organisations in the performing arts (dance, music, theatre, musical theatre and opera). Read more

VANSA – Visual Arts Network South Africa

VANSA is a network organization representing the interests of the visual arts sector in South Africa. Read more

DTZ Dance Trust Zimbabwe

Dance Trust Zimbabwe (DTZ) is an umbrella organisation that includes several projects related to contemporary dance in Harare among which the Dance Foundation Course (DFC). Read more

ADAFEST (Association des Diffuseurs Artistiques et Festivals du Sénégal)

ADAFEST is a cultural federation that gathers broadcasting and distribution structures throughout Senegal. Its main goal is to enhance the competence of the sector. Read more


The Hot Sun Foundation trains youth in filmmaking as writers, actors, directors, location scouts, designers, camera people, sound technicians, editors and promoters. Read more

BD Kin Label

BD Kin Label, located in Kinshasa, produces comic strips. They publish the magazines Kin Label and Amazon BD several times a year.
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COPRODAC is a platform that gathers organisations and production companies from public and private sectors but also from civil society for the development of the audiovisual and film industry in Burundi. Read more