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VISUAL ARTS

SCENIC ARTS

LITERARY ARTS

African visual arts are rich in inspiration, stories and talent. In all forms of visual arts, from painting to sculpture to African artifacts masks, Dogon paintings and others. Act SEPT is the grouping of visual artists for 25 years and is promoting it.

The performing arts present shows in all its forms. Theater, musical, street art and dance in African culture in productions of international quality. Having experience of several tours in America and Europe, Acte SEPT is internationally positioned by its quality of its artistic presentations of the stage.

Although African culture is strongly based on oral expression, it is also complete in the literary arts. Novels, poems, essays and stories are an integral part of Malian culture. Act SEPT is actively involved in supporting the literary arts and its founder Mr. Adama TRAORE has published several works during his career.

Acte SEPT

The field of culture in Mali has been a turning point following the advent of democracy in 1991 by a stride of creation of associative movements.

Act SEPT was born in Bamako in 1994.

Following the pace of freedom of expression, the association aims to contribute to the promotion of Malian culture and promote the development of its members through artistic and cultural activities

The name of the association has a singular origin and meaning.

The term "act" testifies to the perseverance, liveliness and diversity of actions taken by the organization.

The choice of the number seven refers to the numbers three and four. The first is reserved for men in Malian philosophy while the second relates to women. The man and the woman are united to fight for the cause of culture.

THE CULTURAL AGENCY OF FRANCOPHONE AFRICA

wELCOME tO ACTE SEPT

M. Adama Traoré

 

President
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15th Edition Of The Festival Of The Theater Of Realities

From 7 to 13 December 2020

UNDER THE THEME: "GROW DIVERSITY"

Guest communities: Dafing, Khassonkés and Sonrhaï

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