To encourage debate and writing about issues affecting arts and culture on the African continent, Arterial Network will be posting a weekly blog of 500- 650 words on www.artsinafrica.com.
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AuthorCato Litangen
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At its cultural policy seminar and subsequent Steering Committee meeting in Nairobi in November 2009, it was agreed that Arterial Network would establish a number of in-country reading groups of 3-10 participants who would meet fortnightly (or at least monthly) for two hours to read about, debate and write responses to current international cultural discourses and themes.
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AuthorCato Litangen
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Mimeta has taken onboard the Imagine Africa campaign from the former Culture Initiative of Strømme Foundation. We coordinate activities, web-based communities and run the website. Imagine Africa is a campaign to Promote and Strenghten African Arts. It contributes to the communication of African Arts, expressions of reasoning and creative industries.

The starting point was the opening remarks Imagine Africa by Breyten Breytenbach at the ARTerial, Conference on Vitalizing African Cultural Assets, on Gorée Island, Senegal, in March 2007. (See the full text on www.imagineafrica.org).

How to use the stamp? See: The Culture Resource website