Africa Vision 2021, 11 May 2021 at 7:00 pm online !

Relationships of domination permeate our society at all levels. Would artistic creation 🖍 be an effective way to deconstruct them ?

The Black Lives Matter movement  ✊🏾 has rekindled a spirit of revolt within many artists, whether expressing themselves through comics, sculpture, cinema, rap, slam... Historical struggles have gained visibility. Can artistic expressions be agents of political and social change? Do creations have a transformative power over the world, negrophobic stereotypes and relations of domination ?

We will ask ourselves these questions through the film 🎬 « On a le temps pour nous » (We have time for ourselves) by Katy Lane Ndiaye (https://vimeo.com/335437116) and the work of Joy Slam (https://www.joyslampoesie.com) who will be present for this evening !

We are also offering an aperitif kit 🥂 to be picked up at the Centre Placet (drink + samoussa) - The number of kits is limited, please do not delay to register !

Reservation form (before 7 may 2021 for the Apero Kit) : https://forms.gle/3btz1JDTouq6AUkD6

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Programme of the evening

7:00 pm: Welcome & Aperitif

7:30 pm : Introduction

7:45 pm : « On a le temps pour nous » (We have time for ourselves)
Animation & exchanges about the film
Please note that the film must be watched before the evening

8:30 pm : Regards croisés Joy Slam and the Association of Congolese students Bomoko

With the support of Afrika Film Festival of Leuven & Association of Congolese students Bomoko 
Graphic design & illustration : Hugues Pietquin