In a continued effort to promote cultural enrichment and education for young people, the Attijariwafa Bank Foundation is launching its latest art exhibition, “Artists’ Threads: Heritage in Motion.” This event will be held at the Actua art space from May 30 to July 31, 2024.

The exhibition is part of the Arts Academy program, an educational initiative by the Attijariwafa Bank Foundation that has been running for over a decade. This program, in partnership with the Regional Academy of Education and Training of the Casablanca-Settat Region since 2009, aims to nurture the cultural development of young people.

“Artists’ Threads: Heritage in Motion” marks the sixth cohort of this program, which explores the relationship between heritage, public spaces, and contemporary art through the eyes of young participants. This year’s cohort includes around one hundred students from public middle and high schools in Casablanca. Over the past two years, they have engaged in a curriculum focused on experimentation and interactivity, guided by experienced mentors in three disciplines: visual arts, multimedia creation, and literary expression (both written and oral).

The Arts Academy program and its new exhibition embody the Attijariwafa Bank Foundation’s commitment to making art and culture accessible to everyone, fostering creativity, and providing support.

The exhibition will run until July 31, 2024, at the Attijariwafa Bank’s Actua art space.