Friday, November 24 , 22:00
UNITY CONCERT – Music Against Racism
Is a campaign set up as a response to an increase in racial intolerance. The campaign will involve folk, afrobeat, Oriental Arab sounds, Rock, Tecno and Reggae musicians staging concerts with an anti-racist theme, in order to discourage young people from embracing racism.
Saturday, November 25 , 14:30 - 16:30
Duration: full conference day
Radio arts: Audio, sound, technics, photo, painting, poetry against Racism.
“Lost & Found – Museum of Im/migration”
Socio-cultural diversity is a reality of today, and plurality is integral to the socio-political concept of a consciously lived diversity: To some extent, plurality in India has already become a political reality; in Africa it is a political challenge in the decades to come whereas in Europe it is still a political vision.- oumar mbengue
Motion - audiovisual Performance & Action painting.
Motion is a format which combines dance, painting and music within one audiovisual experience. It transcends questions of cultural identity and its expression in the combined art forms. One Track, one shot, one painting. That's the idea behind the collaborative artistic format of Hamburg based painter Armah and crossmedial producer Janto Djassi.
Saturday, November 25
15:00 - 15:45
Join us on for a film screening of 19 Days. The screening will be followed by a Q and A session with Award winning Asha Siad, one of the film's two Calgary-based filmmakers.
This short documentary follows several refugee families during their first 19 days in Canada as they navigate an unfamiliar terrain that has suddenly become their home. 19 Days reveals the human side of the refugee resettlement process. A unique look at the global migration crisis and one particular stage of asylum, the film lays plain the realities faced on the difficult road towards integration.