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Magic, ritual, tradition
genre (subgenre):
Music (traditional African music)
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Intercult

Cherifa Kersit was born in 1967 in Tazrut Mu Uxbu in the area of Khénifra. Cherifa started training her voice when she was a little girl looking after her herd. At sixteen she started singing at weddings and local festivals and events. The natural talent of her voice has put Cherifa Kersit...

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crossroads:
children & youth, human rights, Magic, realism
genre (subgenre):
Written and spoken word (general)
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International Festival of Literature Berlin (ilb)

Ana Maria Machado was born in 1941 in Rio de Janeiro and is, alongside Lygia Bojunga and Ruth Rocha, one of the most significant children’s book authors in Brazil. She started her career as a painter in Rio de Janeiro and New York. After studying Romance languages she did a PhD with Roland Barthes...

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Cristina Wistari , Desak Suarti , Ni Nyoman Candri
crossroads:
Magic, ritual
genre (subgenre):
Music (Gamelan Music)
Performing Arts (comedy, dance, dance / Kathakali, education, Masks, mime, opera, puppet theatre, shadow theatre)
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Intercult

The masked dance drama Topeng dates back at least 500 years. This classical form takes its tales from the Babad(Chronicles) of the Balinese Kings. The drama always begins with a group of two full wooden masks (pengelembar)which are archetypes of prime ministers. These characters set the stage for...

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