Focus on the young talents who will represent Morocco

Focus on the young talents who will represent Morocco

The ninth edition of the Francophonie Games will kick off in Kinshasa on July 28. Athletes and artists from the various participating delegations will take part in the sporting and cultural events. Until August 6, young talents (18-35 years old) will compete in 11 artistic disciplines.

An opportunity for these young talents to acquire international visibility but also a moment of appreciation of the French-speaking richness. Morocco will take part in competitions for literature, storytelling, digital creation, visual and plastic arts, photography and ball juggling.

Moroccan visual artist and photographer Mostapha Sghir, aka Stee Faan, will represent Morocco in the “Digital Creation” category. Aged 23, this native of Midelt has been passionate about art and design since a young age. Finding an inexhaustible source of inspiration in the richness and diversity of Moroccan culture, Mostapha draws inspiration from Moroccan details to express his creativity. This is how the idea of ​​a different new project was born, which he decided to present in the form of a poster: #Morocco360.

In the “Photography” category, Oussama Hamama brings his touch in the field of visual arts. His ability to capture meaningful moments and tell stories through his images sets him apart as an accomplished visual artist.

In the “Painting” category, Morocco is represented by visual artist Ismaël Ahendouz. He likes to use different techniques and materials: pastel, pencil and collage… In his drawings, he moves away from simple, direct exploitation, and would therefore be in a mix between what is realistic and surreal

The Moroccan Freestyle Football Collective, StylersCrew, shines with its artistic performances both nationally and internationally. The exceptional talent and ability to captivate the public of these stars have made them an essential reference in the field of freestyle football.

Abire Abbou, will represent Morocco in the “Tale” category in Kinshasa. She has participated in several workshops and courses in different disciplines such as clowning, improvisation and contemporary dance.

Moroccan artist Dania will represent Morocco in the “Song” category With unwavering devotion, she creates works charged with emotion, love and sensitivity. Every musical project she undertakes conveys messages of hope and determination to pursue her dreams.

The founder of the blog “Au Pays du Baobab”, dedicated to African literature, culture and history, Meriyem Kokaina, is part of the Moroccan delegation to the Francophone Games. This book lover multiplies experiences in order to allow the reappropriation of African history through the eyes of its authors to think and reflect on the construction of the AfroUtopia of tomorrow.


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