Celebrating a Culture of Cultures

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IFAA debates took place in three different locations, among them; LUX Nijmegen, Artez Hogeschool voor de Kunsten
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Public space projects
The IFAA contemporary gallery was the center of all Art in Public space projects. This brilliant 10 roomed
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The three months artists in residency brought together top artists from different parts of Africa, the Diaspora
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ResArtis delegation

The long awaited visit of the Res Artis delegation on the 12th of October was a buzz

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IFAA exhibitions took place in 9 venues and 5 of which were in public space. The exhibition venues
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Outreach program

Art and young people is part of Thamgidi Foundation ‘s educational program which was introduced to the IFAA
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IFAA Amsterdam

The 2009 IFAA in Amsterdam and travelling exhibiton was hosted by AIR (Stichting Art in Redlight) partner
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IFAA - Barnsley / UK

Issues of identity are crucial to understanding today’s society and more specifically to Kevin’s work as a
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IFAA Festival

The IFAA festival – a one week happening began at LUX Nijmegen, officially opened by Mirjam Western, curator MMKA read more

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