CULTURAL NETWORKING AND COOPERATION FUND
- Coopération entre la Réunion et la Guyane autour de la culture hip hop – Cœur de rue
La Réunion – French Guiana and Belgium
MOBILITY FUND ARCHIPEL.EU
- Macaronesia Mítica by Javier Estupiñán Dávila
Artist from the Canary Islands on mobility as part of the Walk&Talk festival, in Sao Miguel, Azores (Portugal) – July 2022
- 30th edition of the Sete Sois Sete Luas Festival by Laurent Jamet
Reunion artist on mobility within the framework of the 30th edition of the Sete Sois Sete Luas Festival (Portugal) – July / August 2022
- Artistic Residency in Kassel by Samuel Sarmiento
Artist from Aruba on mobility in Kassel (Germany) – September 2022. For more information click here.
- Curator in Residency by Jorge Esda
Artist from the Canary Islands on mobility at the Palais de Tokyo in Paris (France) – October 2022
During the first 15 days of October 2022, Jorge Esda was part of the mobility program granted by the project Archipel.eu. The project carried by Esda included a collaboration together with Palais de Tokyo where Esda could work together with Senior Curator Daria de Beauvais in her previous, present and future exhibitions. Esda worked in the research directions that are currently being developed inside his practice through the opportunity to visit artist studios, attend more than 25 contemporary art exhibitions with the chance to meet artists, curators and other cultural workers from the French art scene and beyond.
RARA Residence in Lava Circular Festival by Mariana Lopes
Artist from Azores on mobility to the Canary Islands (Spain) – October 2022
RARA – Residência de Artesanato da Região dos Açores is a continuous production project based in S. Miguel, Azores. The artistic residency proposes the intersection between professionals from creative areas and Azorean artisans, in the island of S.Miguel, crossing traditional techniques and endogenous raw materials with different conceptual models, thus enabling the transition to new supports and products.
THE COLLECTION - ARCHIPEL.EU SPECIAL EDITION
- Archivo de fotografía histórica de Canarias – FEDAC/CABILDO DE GRAN CANARIA – IDENTIDADES ATLÁNTICAS. UNA PERPESTIVA PATRIMONIAL
With the Fund dedicated to The Collection Archipel. eu, we are pleased to accompany and support a project of the FEDAC of the #Canaries aimed at the circulation in the Macaronesian region of exhibitions of historical photographs.
It is in this context that a first exhibition on Javier Reyes has just been held at Casa Salazar in Santa Cruz de La Palma, a 17th century Canarian palace. A second exhibition entitled “Identidades Atlanticas- La Perspectiva Patrimonial” was held at the Benehaorita Archaeological Museum in Los Llanos de Aridane, less than a kilometer from the volcano that devastated this part of the island just 5 months ago. The exhibitions were accompanied by conferences thus promoting the resumption of social and economic life after the tragedy of the volcano.
De Wind Imaging, Film & Photography (Curaçao) – Antiyano Progresivo: Experimentation and nonconformity in Music of the ABC and SSS Islands 1969 – 1992
Biotopias – PSJM (Canarias), SaladeArteSocial.COM
PSJM, a creation, theory and management team consisting of Cynthia Viera and Pablo San José, together with the Culture Department of the City Council of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria and enjoying the support of the European Union (Archipel.eu), organized the third “Biotopias” exhibition on art and ecology.
“Biotopias poetically expresses aesthetic responses to the urgent situation of the planet”, and so this third event reiterates the starting premises of the project: the creation of sustainable work produced locally, the participation of different artists and collectives with experience in the field, equal balance in relation to gender equality, a collaborative and participative character, performance in the public and digital space, subordinated to ecological values, conditions that redound in the long-term goal of “Biotopias”: “to raise awareness through creativity and the ethical behaviour of environmental justice”.
CULTURAL NETWORKING AND COOPERATION FUND
- Les plantes médicinales à Mayotte, quelques usages au quotidien – Direction des archives départementales et de la documentation scientifique de Mayotte
Get to know the project of the Department of Mayotte – “Medicinal plants of Mayotte, some daily uses”, supported by Archipel.eu. This project shows us the benefits of medicinal plants in curing diseases, as well as their different ways of use. It aims to enhance the oral archives through the botanical heritage of Mayotte.