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MADAGASCAR. The Albert Camus Cultural Centre became l’Institut Français de Madagascar
29/11/2011 10:14:57

The Albert Camus Cultural Centre (CCAC) in Antananarivo (Tananarive) was a French cultural center established in Madagascar in the 1960s. Since 1 January 2011, as part of the reform of the cooperation, the Cultural Centre Albert Camus became the French Institute of Madagascar (IFM). The IFM's mission is to provide a forum for exchange and dialogue between the cultures of North and South. It seeks to promote the emergence of art in all disciplines, to support established artists through training, to assist its partners in the definition of cultural policy and to support cultural operators. The IFM hosts various cultural and artistic events aimed at different audiences: exhibitions, live performances, concerts, scientific conferences, lectures, literary forums, training workshops, panel discussions, musical events, festivals, devoted to discovery of contemporary urban and artistic expressions.

For more information, please visit http://institutfrancais-madagascar.com/

Photo IFM Exhibition Hall. Courtesy Institut Français de Madagascar

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