The Res’Art International team has been working for years on women’s crafts in the Maghreb and has also been interested for a decade in rural women with specific skills. Res’Art International is a network of craftswomen, artists and talented women who seek to highlight the tangible and intangible heritage of Algeria, Morocco and Tunisia and to enhance their contribution to Maghreb, Mediterranean and African heritage. We discovered during our travels that the women who produce (crafts, local products, art) often sing, tell stories or say poetry while they work. We have the project to collect videos and audios of these sound productions which carry cultures, beliefs, legends and oral tradition. The women sing or recite in different dialects mixing Arabic, Berber, French, Spanish or Italian depending on the region. We want to give the world to understand this intangible heritage which is disappearing, because the transmission from generation to generation is in decline.
Here is the link to help us do a background survey and work on this heritage
To send us money, it works very well by PayPal firstname.lastname@example.org or by bank transfer to our RIB as an attachment.