Tuesday, January 26, 2016

THIS IS RABAT CITY : PROJECT

We have been working on the "THIS IS RABAT CITY" project for a while and we can finally say that it's one little step away from being released. So make sure to follow us on Facebook (click HERE) to be the first one to know the release date of TIRC.

Saturday, May 30, 2015

#JIDAR : Morocco's Capital Turned Into A Masterpiece


Morocco's capital city has been touched and RE-touched by some of the biggest names in the art industry. The boulevards and residential areas are now full of masterpieces dedicated to Rabat as both an honor to the city and a call-out to Moroccan artists.

A new concept is now a trending topic in the kingdom of Morocco as it's capital city - Rabat - welcomed dozens of artists with different skills and ways to execute their vision. The city's walls has been turned from "basic" to "monumental decorations". 
The Capital is now THE destination of passionate tourists who can't help themselves from heading up to a new dimension with the contemporary style of the city and the modern flair brought by the mural paintings and graffiti.
The work is shared by Moroccan and international mural painters as some of the exhibited paintings as pure honor to Moroccan personalities including one of the most appreciated works which is a tribute to the Moroccan deceased-actor "Mohamed El Bestaoui" that you can find next to Rabat's coach station in "Qamra".

One of the major names who has headed to Rabat for this ambitious project was the 'Zepha' calligrapher : Vincent Abade Hafez, more known as a street painter whose work has been featured in numerous cities around the world.

Our team has interviewed so many people in Rabat's streets asking them what they think about The JIDAR Festival, and the answers were different as some of them said that it was an incredible way to mask the dirt of the walls, but others (including 3 abroad tourists) said that it was a self-expression for wall painters to exhibit their feelings and thoughts about Rabat's spiritual soul. They added that this project is a one-of-a-kind concept that will bring Moroccan and international artists together, and invite passionate youngsters to this artistic movement.
Finally, we would like to thank everyone who made sure that this festival will be a starting line for a rebirth of the Moroccan artistic culture, and intrigue Moroccans to look up for art and re-give it the consideration it worths.  

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Saturday, May 16, 2015

The Blues Lost The King


The legendary Riley Ben King, more known by his stage name "B.B. king", was one of the few blues legends and is widely known for upgrading the level of blues and taking it further from a simple music style to a lifestyle. B.B. King was not only a blues singer, but also a songwriter and a guitarist.

"The King of the Blues" 's illness was a concern to all his fans around the world after he canceled eight shows of his 2014 tour. Two weeks ago, the B. King announced on his website that he was home hospitalized as he was suffering from complications caused by blood pressure and diabetes in Las Vegas where he died in his sleep at the age of 89. 
B.B. King's legacy is still alive and he is considered as one of the most influential blues guitarists of ALL TIMES. He brought a flair to blues as he broke into the mainstream and became an icon. He received several awards including 15 Grammy's, a Recording Academy Lifetime Achievement Award in 1987, a Presidential Medal of Freedom, Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction, and many other awards ...

He has also been to Morocco in 2010 at one of the most renowned music festivals in the industry - Mawazine Festival - where he gave an unforgivable performance and touched the hearts of thousands and thousands of fans from different ages and races.
To know more about the B. legend and his career, make sure to watch the "B.B. King : The Life Of Riley" Documentary.



Friday, May 1, 2015

A Tribute To Berber Women In Rabat


As an honor to the Traditional Moroccan Berber Woman, the National Library of Rabat will be the next destination for the international exhibition titled "Berber Women Of Morocco" from May 15 to July 15.

The exhibition was previously held in Paris at the "Pierre Bergé Foundation". After the French capital, it was Manama's turn to introduce its citizens to a culture they're unfamiliar with at the "National Museum of Bahrain".
The exhibition will open its doors in Rabat the 15th of May at the National Library of Rabat, and will be a total cultural load for people who doesn't know much about the Berber identity and the prestigious role of women in the Berber history knowing that they have been the guardians of traditions and language, and by that they have been ensuring the preservation of the tribes’s cultural heritage.
It's one of the Most Anticipated Exhibitions in the Capital City of Morocco, and people are waiting to be transported to the Berber Dimension with all the props that will be exhibited including traditional carpets, Jewelry, necklaces, originally exhibited from the collection of the "Jardin Majorelle"’s Berber Museum in Marrakech and The Quai Branly Museum in Paris. 
The doors of the exhibition are going to be fully open to everyone (FREE ENTRY)