Netsa Arts VillageAddis Ababa, Ethiopia
Netsa Arts Village was established in 2008 by eleven graduates of Addis Ababa University’s School of Fine Arts and Design with the aim of promoting contemporary art in Ethiopia and giving emerging artists a platform for exchange and discussion.
Point Sud – Centre for Research on Local KnowledgeBamako, Mali
The Point Sud Centre for Research is an international, autonomous research institution established with the mission of creating a centre for interdisciplinary research, to permit exchange and networking among researchers and institutions in Germany, Europe, Africa, Asia and South America,…
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Prince Claus FundAmsterdam, Netherlands
The Prince Claus Fund for Culture and Development was established on 6 September 1996 to pay tribute to Prince Claus' involvement in the field of international cooperation. The Prince Claus Fund considers culture as a basic need; it provides assistance…
SPARCK – Space for Pan-African Research Creation and Knowledge
SPARCK – Space for Pan-African Research, Creation and Knowledge – is an interdisciplinary platform for contemporary art of the African continent and the diaspora. SPARCK was founded in 2008 by two artist-activists, Kadiatou Diallo and Dominique Malaquais.
ThupeloCape Town / Johannesburg, South Africa
After participating in the first Triangle Network artists’ workshop in 1982, the South African artist David Koloane joined with other artists to initiate the Thupelo workshops in Johannesburg in 1985. In the late 1980s, Thupelo moved to Cape Town.