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Auditions: Open Possibilities for Young Musicians, Mar. 22-23 2014 @ Strathmore University Auditorium

Auditions: Open Possibilities for Young Musicians
Auditions: Open Possibilities for Young Musicians-

Dates: Mar. 22-23 2014
Venue: Strathmore University Auditorium

Get registration forms which must be filled and returned before the audition dates from info@artofmusic.co.ke / 0715-918977

March 10, 2014 at 2:32 pm Leave a comment

Call for Entries: Designers who wish to partake in Swahili Fashion Week Kenya set for Apr. 5 2014 @ Crowne Plaza Hotel

SFW CALL FOR DESIGNERS
Swahili Fashion Week East and Central Africa’s leading fashion week is back for the second time with the Swahili Fashion Week Kenya. This year it is set to take center stage on 5th April 2014 at Crowne Plaza Hotel, Nairobi.

Are you a designer who would like to showcase at Swahili Fashion Week Kenya?

If so go to Swahili Fashion Week Website and download the application form.

Entries should be submitted by February 28, 2014

Find more info on their Facebook Page

February 20, 2014 at 10:45 am Leave a comment

A Call to Visual Artists by Feb. 21 2014: Beautiful Delivery – Making Pumwani Hospital a place of Healing & Joy

A Call to Visual Artists to give to a coming generation of Kenyans

Beautiful Delivery – Making Pumwani Hospital a place of Healing and Joy Project

Deadline is February 21, 2014.

Background
Pumwani Hospital is an Obstetric and Referral Hospital for delivery of expectant mothers in Nairobi, and adjoining districts. Pumwani also caters to HIV+ mothers through its PMTCT program. Daily normal deliveries are 50 – 100, and Cesarean Sections are 10 – 15. It is the largest maternity hospital in Kenya and Sub-Saharan Africa.

Artwork in hospitals can serve as a positive distraction for what the patient is experiencing. It is the ultimate way to demonstrate the healing power of art and its utility beyond aesthetics.

In 2004, a clinical study* showed that placing original artworks within the healthcare environment had the following benefits:

- Reduction in levels of anxiety, stress and depression
- Reduction in patients’ length of stay within the hospital
- Reduction in the use of some medications
- Increase in staff morale

*Public Art in Health Spaces

The Situation
Pumwani’s hospital walls are stark and drab, with images from posters of dying and deformed babies, mostly information NGOs that still practice shock advertisement to push mothers to bring children for immunization etc.

The walls at the Antenatal Clinic were recently repainted by Google. The new walls remain empty and for the women who bring the children there, the clinic is dreary and uninspiring.

The garden where relatives of women in labour (often husbands) and mothers-to-be await the arrival of their babies, is also devoid of any benches or works to both heal and inspire.

The mothers who attend the PMTCT program come with young children who have nowhere to play.

It is not right that only hospitals that have a budget to commission artists should access art. Four artists from Kuona Trust have come together to create scultpures for the garden, a stained glass window panel, a see-saw for the children and art pieces for the antenatal clinic.

There are still alot more opportunities to push the healing properties of art within this public space – to a population that might not otherwise have access to contemporary art.

Where do you come in

Do you have any art pieces that you would like to donate to Pumwani Hospital?
All the artwork must be for the benefit of the community; images that inspire and uplift – around the themes of both or one of the following: giving life through birth children

Deadline is February 21, 2014.

If you are interested and would like to participate in this loving gesture, please contact Wambui Kamiru at: wambui.kamiru@gmail.com

February 15, 2014 at 7:03 pm Leave a comment

Call for Art Submissions: The 1st Kampala Art Biennale 2014 – Progressive Africa, by Mar. 31 2014

The 1st Kampala Art Biennale 2014 – Progressive Africa

The 1st Kampala Art Biennale 2014 – Progressive Africa


The theme is derived from the current Pan African, and increasingly global, discourse that Africa’s economic growth and development is booming and happening right NOW… Popular phrases heard nowadays are: “Africa Is The Future” and “Africa Rising”.

The Kampala Art Biennale 2014 seeks to join this discussion with its theme PROGRESSIVE AFRICA. It is calling on African painters, photographers, illustrators, cartoonists, writers and 2D media artists to present their perception of the current status of Africa.
We believe that the resulting juried works will create a political and social debate in the fields of art, gender, human rights, cultural practice and technology.

Selected work will be shipped from the artist’s country to Kampala and shown in August 2014 at one of the Biennale venues in Kampala. Works will be shipped and returned after the month long exhibition at the expense of the Biennale organisation. The artist has the option to sell the work at the Biennale.

Deadline for entries is March 31st 2014. Application is free of charge. Artists will not receive payment. Copyright of the submitted works remains the artist’s.

An independent jury (curator group) will consider all applications and compile a selection of the final 100 works, which will be announced on April 7th 2014.

Requirements / criteria for submitting artworks:
- Artist must be working in Africa.
- All submissions must be made through the online application form. link here
- Maximum size of original works: 1.5m2
- Only 2D artworks, no installations or 3D sculptures (video can be submitted on request)
- All works must be related to the theme: “Progressive Africa”.
- Upload max 10 digital images (jpg, png, pdf, gif) of the artworks and mention Title, Size and Media.

In applying for the Biennale, the artist is complying with the conditions and requirements set by the Biennale organisation.

For more information: info@kampalabiennale.org , +256 (0)712 455 555.

February 11, 2014 at 12:57 pm Leave a comment

Call for Applications to the 2nd Cycle of Training- Craft Enterprise Incubation Program, by Jan. 31 2014

CEIPFlyer
Call for applications to the second cycle of training- Craft Enterprise Incubation Program [CEIP14].

The 12 week program – 19 March to 6 June 2014 – is specifically designed for the craft sector. It focuses on sharing knowledge, tools and networks that enable young designer-makers to create profitable craft enterprises.

The program also feature a mentorship component, access to micro loans through our partner Kiva and market linkages opportunities.

Every training cycle accepts only 10 students to allow for one on one interaction.
There are 5 partial scholarships worth 10,000Ksh each on offer through sponsorship by Biz Baz Events, organizers of the Bizarre Bazaar craft festival.

Application deadline is 31 January 2014 at midnight.

For more information about Craft Afrika and the program, visit our blog www.craftafrika.org or email craft@craftafrika.org

January 14, 2014 at 10:45 am Leave a comment

Short Courses in Craft & Design by Craft Afrika, Application by Aug. 19 2013

New Courses
After running a successful 6 month training program for craftpreneurs, Craft Afrika has recently introduced short courses in craft and design.

Classes start 22nd August 2013 and run both daytime and evening. Course fees start from 2500 KShs and will be conducted at Shalom House, St. Daniel Comboni road, off Ngong road.

For more details about course content, rates and benefits, visit www.craftafrika.org
Deadline for applications is August 19, 2013

Contact email: craft@craftafrika.org and tel. +254 732 98 22 26

August 14, 2013 at 2:24 pm Leave a comment

Call for Application: 6th Talent Campus Durban –South Africa, by Apr.1 2013

Talent Campus Durban
Applications are open for 2013… The deadline is the 1st April. To apply create a profile and complete the on-line application here

About
Talent Campus Durban is a 5-day intensive programme that runs during the Durban International Film Festival.

Talent Campus Durban seeks to provide selected participants with an opportunity to meet with international industry professionals and experts in various aspects of the film making business through participations in a 5-day programme of master classes, workshops and industry networking events.

For more info visit their Facebook Page

February 19, 2013 at 5:08 pm 1 comment

Call for Submissions by @GoDownArts: Manjano – Nairobi County Visual Arts Exhibition 2013, by Mar. 15 2013

MANJANO CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS

February 13, 2013 at 7:25 pm 1 comment

Call for Application: One Fine Day Film Workshop 2013, by May 1 2013


Apply for the One Fine Day Film Workshop programme 2013 Film Department Training

Treasuring African stories and wanting to enable young talented film-makers to reach a larger amount of viewers, the independent film production company ONE FINE DAY FILMS developed with DW-AKADEMIE and GINGER INK a training workshop concept called One Fine Day Film Workshop. It provides the instruction of amateur film-makers in various departments by professional filmmakers, as well as the realization of a feature film as an on the job training that conveys film making in practice.

During the workshop a chosen group of talented young African film-makers will get in contact with professional film-makers from all over the world who are pleased to share their know-how and knowledge with them.

Module 1 – Film Department Training

Module 2 – Feature Film Workshop (Film making and post production module)

APPLY NOW – Guidelines and Application download here.
The completed application form must be received by May 1st 2013 at application@onefinedayfilms.org

Full information here: http://www.kwani.org/new/announcements/69/call_for_application_one_fine_day_film_workshop_2013.htm

February 7, 2013 at 3:27 pm Leave a comment

British Council Culture Shift II Kenya, Feb. 15, 18-20 2013 @ Pawa254 Hub

Are you a creative who is passionate about film, TV, video or animation and want to extend their possibilities and reach?

Are you a technologist or maker who wants to get creative with mobile, apps, embedded systems and beyond?

Come participate in a creative sprint organised by the British Council. You will work in teams to create eye-opening ideas that will expand Kenya’s capability in digital film, video and animation. We are recruiting creatives and technologists to work on themes set by local creative agencies. The agencies are looking for new ideas on how to make, distribute and show these digital media, as well as to embed them in other forms. The two winning teams will be awarded a total of £5000 to develop their ideas further, and ongoing mentoring will be arranged where possible. The goal of the event is to create new working relationships and to expand the local digital media ecosystem in locally relevant ways.

What you will gain
Work on exciting new ideas and the chance to take them further. Meet new people and organisations to work with. Hear presentations and talk to experts on hand about creative practices with the latest technologies. Compete to be awarded £3000 for the winning team and £2000 for the runner-up, to be divided between the freelancers on the teams.

Where and when
Pawa 254 will host the event, which will take place on Friday 15th and Mon-Wed 18-20th February, 2013.

Who we are looking for
We are seeking creatives and technologists who are open to expanding their horizons by working together and gracefully putting technology to creative use — making new experiences of film and related media available to audiences in Kenya and beyond.

We are recruiting creative people in a relevant discipline, including film makers, animators, producers, directors and writers.

We’re also interested in technologists keen to work with and learn from creatives, whether you are a programmer, a maker or a user interface designer. Or a creative technologist!

To apply
Apply without delay since space is very limited. Send a brief email outlining your background and experience and why you would make a good participant to cultureshift@africaninteractive.org. Keep it no longer than about a page, and relevant to our requirements as stated in the previous section, Who We Are Looking for. We’ll select only candidates who fit that description well and can tell us clearly why.

For full information visit: http://africaninteractive.org/culture-shift-ii/

Deadline for applications: Thursday 7th February, 2013. 6pm Kenyan time

February 7, 2013 at 3:01 pm Leave a comment

Call for Application: Premier Incubation Program for Craft Makers & Designers, Until Nov. 30 2012


Craft Afrika invites applications to Kenya’s premier incubation program for craft makers and designers.

The 6 month Craft Enterprise Incubation Program (CEIP), starts January 2013 and will target an initial group of 15 craftpreneurs, who will undergo intensive one-on-one business training, networking and mentoring forums, market access services and access to INTEREST FREE LOANS that participants can apply for at any point during the training program.

The course will be undertaken at our offices at The GrowthHub, Cape Office Park, Ring Road, Kilimani.

Download the application forms here http://www.scribd.com/doc/112424207/CEIP-Application-Form.

Deadline for application is November 30, 2012

Contact person: Christine Gitau
Email: Craft@craftafrika.org
Blog: www.craftafrika.org
Face Book page: http://www.facebook.com/CraftAfrika
Mobile Number: 0732 982226 (office hours only)

November 13, 2012 at 1:17 pm Leave a comment

Opportunities/Call for Applications: UNESCO- Aschberg Bursaries for Artists Programme

The UNESCO-Aschberg Bursaries for Artists Programme announces the 2013 call for applications.

The programme promotes the mobility of young artists through art residencies abroad. This call is open to creative writers’ musicians and visual artists between 25 and 35 years old.

To consult the list of bursaries available for 2013 please visit the website at http://www.unesco.org/new/en/culture/themes/creativity/aschberg-bursaries-for-artists. You will find direct links to institutions and instructions on the application procedures and necessary dates.

Here is the direct link: http://www.unesco.org/new/en/culture/themes/creativity/aschberg-bursaries-for-artists/call-for-applications-2013/#c345283

November 6, 2012 at 6:14 pm 4 comments

Apply for the National Youth Orchestra of Kenya – deadline Nov 5 2012

The National Youth Orchestra of Kenya invites new applications from young musicians aged 14 to 23 who can demonstrate commitment to music and leadership potential. Closing date for receipt of applications is 12 noon on Monday 5th November 2012. Selected Applicants may be called to audition at Braeburn Theatre in Nairobi on 10th or 11th November 2012 and may be admitted to KNYO on a trial basis in the next training course (11th to 16th December 2012). Previous applicants are allowed to re-apply if they had previously applied and auditioned before December 2011. You can download the application form directly from Nairobi Now: KNYO_APPLICATION FORM_Nov_2012_Edition

Alternatively you can apply using the online form using this online form

For more information: email info@artofmusic.co.ke / marketing@artofmusic.co.ke (Tel +254 20 2726691, +254 722 859527) .

November 2, 2012 at 11:32 am 2 comments

Call for Artists: Art & Beer Festival, Dec. 8-9 2012 @ Ngong Racecource

October 17, 2012 at 11:33 am Leave a comment

[Updated] Call for submissions: Experience Nairobi 2013, Until Sept. 28 2012


Background
The GoDown Arts Centre has been engaging various city stakeholders on the topic of the City of Nairobi, around the theme “Conceiving a World Class African Metropolis,” (Vision 2030 Nairobi Metropolitan Area).
The objective of these engagements has been to draw out themes of primary interest and importance with a view to translating/interpreting these into a tangible a project that illuminates the many different angles of the city, as understood through the diverse lenses of its inhabitants.
Participating in these discussions with the GoDown have been architects, urban designers, policy makers, city residents, businesses, college students, academics, visual and performing artists, literary writers, and journalists.

Call for Submissions
The GoDown now seeks concept submissions from:

CATEGORY I – Artists and Creatives: Performing & Visual Artists; Architects; Design & Architecture Students, and Scholars Of Architecture, Urban Design & Planning.

CATEGORY II – City Interest Groups: Residents Associations, Businesses, Bloggers, Nairobi Magazines & Publications, City Planners & Policy- Makers; Urban Sociologists and Historians.

Themes
1. The physical city
2. Identity, belonging and social constructions in the city
3. Trade and commerce
4. African city naissance

The Concept
To be presented on no more than three (3) A4 typed sheets of 12 pt font size. Indicate any research and resources the idea may require. As selected proposals may be given an opportunity to test their project, the written submission should also give indication of any aspect of the proposal that may require experimental testing.

Selected submissions shall be facilitated for further development and will later be packaged and presented in EXPERIENCE NAIROBI 2013, a multi-sector, multi-disciplinary showcase of the City through exhibition, performance, installations, visual, audio-visual and digital expressions.

EXPERIENCE NAIROBI 2013 will run from May-July 2013

Deadline for submission of concepts: September 28, 2012
Time: 4pm

Download details of the call for submissions: GODOWN CALL – EXPERIENCE NAIROBI 2013

For more information: http://experiencenairobi.wordpress.com/ and Facebook page

September 3, 2012 at 2:19 pm Leave a comment

Call for submissions: Experience Nairobi 2013, Until Aug. 31 2012


Background
The GoDown Arts Centre has been engaging various city stakeholders on the topic of the City of Nairobi, around the theme “Conceiving a World Class African Metropolis,” (Vision 2030 Nairobi Metropolitan Area).
The objective of these engagements has been to draw out themes of primary interest and importance with a view to translating/interpreting these into a tangible a project that illuminates the many different angles of the city, as understood through the diverse lenses of its inhabitants.
Participating in these discussions with the GoDown have been architects, urban designers, policy makers, city residents, businesses, college students, academics, visual and performing artists, literary writers, and journalists.

Call for Submissions
The GoDown now seeks concept submissions from:

CATEGORY I – Artists and Creatives: Performing & Visual Artists; Architects; Design & Architecture Students, and Scholars Of Architecture, Urban Design & Planning.

CATEGORY II – City Interest Groups: Residents Associations, Businesses, Bloggers, Nairobi Magazines & Publications, City Planners & Policy- Makers; Urban Sociologists and Historians.

Themes
1. The physical city
2. Identity, belonging and social constructions in the city
3. Trade and commerce
4. African city naissance

The Concept
To be presented on no more than three (3) A4 typed sheets of 12 pt font size. Indicate any research and resources the idea may require. As selected proposals may be given an opportunity to test their project, the written submission should also give indication of any aspect of the proposal that may require experimental testing.

Selected submissions shall be facilitated for further development and will later be packaged and presented in EXPERIENCE NAIROBI 2013, a multi-sector, multi-disciplinary showcase of the City through exhibition, performance, installations, visual, audio-visual and digital expressions.

EXPERIENCE NAIROBI 2013 will run from May-July 2013

Deadline for submission of concepts: August 31, 2012
Time: 4pm

Download details of the call for submissions: GODOWN CALL – EXPERIENCE NAIROBI 2013

August 17, 2012 at 11:15 am Leave a comment

Call for entries: Slum Film Festival 2012, by Jun. 15 2012


The Slum Film Festival continues with its mission to promote stories about informal settlements and filmmakers from different slums… It’s new edition is now under preparation and here is the opportunity to participate in its next showcase, now open to East African filmmakers.

Are you an East African filmmaker? Do you have a film about slums realities or about life in informal settlements?

Submit your movie to the 2012 Slum Film Festival – to take place in Kibera and Matahre in Nairobi, from 3rd to 12th August 2012!

Slum Film Festival 2012 Application Form
Slum Film Festival 2012 Entry Guidelines Form

festival website

May 15, 2012 at 2:25 pm Leave a comment

Invitation to participate in Kenya visual artists networking exhibition, May 22- Jul. 22 2012 @ Nairobi Gallery

The Non State Actors Support Programme (NSA – NET) is a democratic governance capacity building programme which seeks to enhance the role of civil society and cultural actors in the development process. The Programme is implemented by the Ministry of Justice, National Cohesion and Constitutional Affairs with financing from the European Union through the 9th European Development Fund (9th EDF).

NSA – NET in collaboration with the National Museum of Kenya [NMK] and in consultation with visual artists have organised an exhibition dubbed “Power of unity: creating a vital voice for artists to influence good governance” The main objective of this initiative is to enable the artists to create a platform / forum in which they can continuously use to articulate issues affecting them as a discipline. The exhibition will serve three purposes, namely:

1. To provide an opportunity for artists to show case their work, specifically reflecting their interpretation of the networking/unity theme;
2. To provide an opportunity for visual artist to discuss and endorse the formation of a visual artists network; and
3. To officially launch the visual artists network.

The exhibition is open to all visual artists and is scheduled to take place at The Nairobi Gallery, National Museums of Kenya starting 22nd May 2012 and run up to the 22nd July 2012.

All participating artists are expected to fulfil the following eligibility criteria to participate in the networking exhibition:

• The artist must be 25 years of age and above;
• He / she must be a practicing artist and has participated in at least 5 exhibitions locally and internationally;
• Every artist will be required to submit one piece of artwork whose specifications are 100cm by 100cm for the largest piece, and 25cm by 25cm (quarter of the same) for the smallest;
• The artwork should address either of the three good governance themes, namely: promotion of public participation, promotion of peaceful co-existence and promotion of effective service delivery;
• The artwork should be delivered to the Nairobi gallery ready for hanging latest on 23rd or 24th April 2012 not earlier or later;
• The artist will be required to surrender to the gallery, 30% as commission from the proceeds of their sales during the exhibition period; and
• All the unsold artwork at the end of the exhibition should be collected by the 24th July 2012. The uncollected artwork within the designated time will be considered a donation to the Museum.

Click this link to download artist-questionnaire (pdf), which should be duly completed and submitted to The Nairobi Gallery (old PC office), National Museums of Kenya, clearly marked visual artist exhibition by 5th April 2012.

All enquires on the exhibition should be directed to Lydia G. Galavu, email: lgatundu@museums.or.ke or Scholastica Kimanga, email: schola_kiragu@yahoo.com with a copy to info@nsa-net.org.

Find more information on their blog about the project and artists database: http://visualartsnetworking.wordpress.com/

April 4, 2012 at 10:50 am 1 comment

Auditions for: Out of Africa, The Magic of Kenya, Mar 23-26 2012 @ Kenya National Theatre

Out of Africa, The Magic of Kenya is a musical theatre show that highlights the Kenyan culture and traditions through song, dance and costume. This musical is set to promote Kenyan culture in Europe during a 3 month European tour with a minimum of 70 theatre performances.
WHO: The musical theater show is produced by Peter Ultee Productions B.V. (Amsterdam,
Netherlands) and supported by the Kenya Tourist Board (Kenya and Europe agencies). Mr. Peter Ultee is a renowned producer known for his African musical Theatre shows that have been in the European market for the last 25 years i.e. Township Boy, Under African skies, Stamping, Soweto Spiritual Singers (performed at the 2010 FIFA world cup opening with R.Kelly), African Mamas(toured Europe for 7 years), Daughters of Africa (was staged for Her Royal Princess Maxima of the Netherlands and Mr. Kofi Annan), Sing Mama Africa- a tribute to Miriam Makeba among others. The production is weaved together by an international team of experts; the Executive Producer-Gloria Orwoba, Artistic stage Director-Mrs. Leoni Jansen, Artistic stage assistant-Oscar Siegela, Dance Choreographer-Portia Lebohang among others.

First Auditions (Kenya National Theater)
-    Friday 23rd March 2012 (Singers/Dancers Auditions by appointment)
-    Saturday 24th March 2012 (Singers/Dancers Open Auditions)
-    Monday 26th March 2012 (Band Auditions)
Training and short list auditions – 26th – 31st March 2012 (Kenya National Theater)

For booking of audition slots email outofafricashow@yahoo.com

 

March 23, 2012 at 2:25 am 12 comments

Brazil World Music Museum looking for African/Arabic albums, Feb. 5-7 2012 @ Nairobi

We are working with a music archive/ museum in Rio de Janeiro. We are looking for as many vinyl albums of African and Arabic music as we can find from any country on the African continent. Our goal is to attain up to 10,000 vinyl albums over a year or two.

We will buy record collections from collectors or music fans in Kenya and will pay a fee to the person we hire for each album they buy for us. We will also pay to ship the albums back to the museum. The albums must be in good condition – both covers and playing surface.

We will be in Nairobi February 5 – February 7 if you happen to have a readily available collection and would be interested in meeting.

Looking for immediate work- please contact via email as soon as possible if interested! email: Kelley@rockamedia.com

The Brazil World Music Museum website

January 27, 2012 at 10:24 am 2 comments

Call for Artworks, until Jan 27 2012 @ The GoDown

The GoDown is calling for artworks from visual artists based in Nairobi for the annual Manjano competition. The exhibition is running under the theme “Nairobi”. The works should be submitted under the categories of practicing and student artists with cash prizes being awarded for the top 3 positions in each category. Deadline for submission of works is 27th January 2012. The Exhibition will open at the Village Market  on 16th February 2012 and run until the 26th of February.

Artists’ expressions in paintings, sculptures and mixed media are invited on the theme “Nairobi” for the annual Manjano Exhibition. The theme aims to draw out artistic expression that explores the diverse aspects the city of Nairobi – its people, the city environs and urbanscapes, the colours, textures and moods of Nairobi, the activities and lifestyles of its inhabitants, feelings the city evokes, etc. Here are the rules for the submissions:

1. A maximum of 2 pieces of work may submitted for selection in the Manjano Exhibition
2. The works should have been executed within the course of last year (i.e. since January 2011 and not any earlier).
3. Works may be submitted under any of the following 2 categories: Student or Practicing Artist.
4. Selected works will hang in the Manjano Exhibition and shall be judged. Cash prizes will be awarded for the top 3 positions in each category.
5. Deadline for submission of works is January 27 2012. Works should be submitted at the GoDown Arts Centre, Dunga Rd, next to Giro Bank.

Manjano is organized under the auspices of the GoDown Arts Centre. For further enquiries contact:
Manjano Committee c/o Lima Mbai 555227, 555770
Email: limambai@thegodownartscentre.com
Or connect on facebook: http://www.facebook.com/events/278133812246209/

January 20, 2012 at 3:28 am 1 comment

Call for entries: African Film Festival-FCAT Córdoba 2012, by May 15 2012


FCAT-Cordoba main objective is to direct its efforts to promoting and spearheading African and Arabic cinematography in Spain and Spain speaking Latin America through specific actions focused on cooperation, teaching methods and training.

Rules and regulations
Application form
Dead Line: May 15, 2012
Festival dates: October 13-21, 2012
Contact Person: Marion Berger / marionb@fcat.es

Call for entries and more info available on their web site: http://www.fcat.es/FCAT_en/

January 18, 2012 at 12:34 pm Leave a comment


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