Spreading art among all Tunisian communities has recently been a number one priority for many artists, organizations and art collectives such as DEBO through its recent Nomadic Urban Art Fest: Khalli’ Trace:
A two-day urban art event, hitting 8 different cities’ stages, touring Tunisia from the 12th to 28th of October, 2018 with a multidisciplinary schedule swinging between Graffiti, Parkour performances by the French Freerun Family, street cinema using the Tahamata Sound System, open mic session as well as the main ERKEZ HIP HOP concert, an innovative fusion, bringing Hip Hop and Mezwed (traditional Tunisian instruments) music together to form a unique show.
Breakreate team headed to Tabarka to meet the Hip Hop community there and take some shots for you:
Tracking art impact is what we enjoy the most:
Art decentralization’s main pros are currently about reaching a wider audience and impacting more communities through art, while on a mid & long term basis, Tunisia will be exploring a new dimension of decentrolized art’s impact that is connecting with Tunisia’s next talents and inspiring them to be part of our country’s future art movements.
Make sure to follow Khalli’ Trace on Facebook for more information about their next destinations!