Cultural return: The Al Mada Foundation unveils its program

Exhibitions, concerts, theater or round tables on the menu The Al Mada Foundation presented its program for the new cultural season. Exhibitions, shows, theater or round tables, the new program promises many highlights. Starting with the painting exhibition entitled “Mineral waves” by artist Charles Philippe Memmoja scheduled until the end of October 2021 at the Villa des Arts in Rabat. Through this meeting, art lovers can distinguish the colorful universe of Charles Philippe. “This artist is distinguished by his innate aesthetic sense, his play of placement, assortment of colors, volumes, the understanding of forms and structures and his attraction to the harmonious styles of nature brought him almost evidently. to painting just five years ago, ”reads a presentation note. Still on the art side, the same space will host from November 4 to December 31, 2021 “Tamghart” by Farah Chaoui, Monia Abdelali and Rim Laâbi. These artists will present various creations, namely canvases, sculptures and works with various supports. “If these artists form a community of three singular individuals in their personalities and ways of approaching their creations, the human approach is the same to combat the immense cacophony of our century, the sadness and the absence of meaning. It is a celebration of life ”, indicates the same source. The program also offers the presentation of several works. To discover “Flyssati, personal finance for Moroccan women” by Wafa Sahil. This book, whose presentation is scheduled for October 13 at the Villa des Arts in Rabat, aims to provide good practices to adopt with regard to money. “This book is also the story of Wafa Sahil, that of a person who has always lived in the red before adopting the right reflexes to get out of it. The author documents in this book all the tips that she has personally followed to be more financially calm ”. The same space houses the presentation of “Dar Mima” by Mohamed Laroussi and “Song” by Driss Kadiri. “This author has been cycling around the world for 11 years to draw attention to the issue of disability and carry a message of friendship and peace. Victim from a young age of a formidable polio, Driss Kadiri considers himself a “liberationist traveler” carrying a message of hope and compassion for the disabled “. In addition, the program offers the opportunity to discover the play “68, Mon amour” scheduled for October 15. Performed by Moroccan actor Mehdi Pyro, this play shakes up the hierarchy of our daily concerns. “It is an invitation to celebrate universal human values. By telling 68, My love from the intimacy of his emotions, the French playwright Roger Lombardot offers us a wonderful call to revive our humanity ”, explains the same source.