Moroccan artists travel to Scandinavia

Moroccan artists travel to Scandinavia
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Friday 9 September 2022 – 03:51

The Essel Association for Theater and Cultural Revitalization, in collaboration with a group of international academies interested in the teaching of drama, is organizing a meeting with the Norwegian National Theater Institute and the National Institute of Copenhagen, in order to study some common problems in the context of the teaching of the dramatic arts throughout the world, in general, and benefit from the peculiarities of the experiences in the Scandinavian region.

The Moroccan artist Said Ait Baja revealed, in statements to Hespress Online, that this meeting aims to examine some common themes, in the context of the teaching of the dramatic arts throughout the world, and also in the context of the exchange of experiences between Morocco and Aslo on dramatic arts. , Culture and art.

Ait Baga added that Morocco has been hosting the Norwegian National Theater Institute and the National Institute of Copenhagen for years within the framework of the Rabat International Festival of Theatrical Professions, and that “this opportunity occurred within the framework of some of the workshops offered by a group of teachers about it”.

The same spokesman also confirmed that the visit to Oslo “comes with the purpose of reviewing the work of the Institute of Dramatic Art in this country, its teaching methods, as well as the common denominators.” the development that Morocco knows in the field of performing arts.

It is noteworthy that this visit includes a group of Moroccan artists, including Said Ait Baja, Farid Rekraki, Benaissa Al-Jerari, Mohamed Sharif Najah, Mohamed El Harbichi and others. This experience will be repeated with a visit by teachers from the same institute to the capital, Rabat, and to the Mohammed V Theatre, where the students will present a play on its stage.

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