ANF November 2023 Newsletter - French
Découvrez les raisons pour lesquelles nous aimons la nouvelle vague de médias nigérians, posez votre candidature au Fonds Kekere pour les conteurs et rencontrez nos derniers champions de la narration.
Here’s how you can create global platforms and audiences for your visual art
There has never been a better time to be an African visual artist: the continent’s art scene is growing, the global market is increasingly looking to the continent for exciting work, and collectors are eager to spend big bucks on African art. The ANF Academy Presents: Creating Global Audiences For Your Visual Art with Sotheby's masterclass unpacked what it takes to make it big, locally and globally.
Here’s what you can do to write a winning grant proposal
The Africa No Filter Presents: Grant Writing for Storytellers and Artists masterclass offered expert tips and tools to help you increase your chances of getting a grant to support your organization or project.
The dream of a united Africa is alive, but xenophobia and lack of free trade remain a challenge
25 May – Johannesburg, South Africa: Africa has more success in the international arena, with Africans elected to positions of significant power within international organisations. However, the continent still faces significant challenges when it comes to promoting continental integration through free trade, peace and security, infrastructure and cultural diplomacy. These are some of the findings from the recently launched literature review, One Africa: Pan-African dream or reality?, by narrative change organization Africa No Filter.
Nine African filmmakers to watch in 2023
19 May - Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso: A horror story set at a Kenyan lodge, a documentary about a dying language, and a tale about the trials and tribulations of travelling with an African passport — these are some of the films that have been awarded funds through Africa No Filter’s Last Mile Film Fund.
12 villes africaines se disputent le titre de ville la plus dynamique du continent sur le plan culturel.
28 avril 2023 : Nairobi, Kenya - Johannesburg est la ville la plus dynamique d'Afrique sur le plan culturel, selon l'indice de vibration créative pour l'Afrique (CVIA), qui classe la manière dont 12 villes africaines soutiennent et favorisent les arts, la culture et les industries créatives.
12 African cities vying for the most culturally vibrant on the continent
28 April 2023: Nairobi, Kenya - Johannesburg is the most culturally vibrant city in Africa, according to the Creative Vibrancy Index for Africa (CVIA) that ranks how 12 African cities support and enable the arts, culture, and creative industries.
New comedy grant to boost African comedians with funding and mentorship
30 March - Abidjan, Ivory Coast: Narrative change organization Africa No Filter today announced a new fund aimed at boosting the careers of emerging African comedians.
Une nouvelle bourse pour les humoristes africains à travers un financement et un mentorat
30 mars - Abidjan, Côte d'Ivoire : L'organisation de changement narratif Africa No Filter a annoncé aujourd'hui la création d'un nouveau fonds destiné à stimuler les carrières des humoristes africains émergents.