You can enhance your future by learning about the programs of this network and communicating with its members, institutions, and individuals
The world witnessed a catastrophic transformation due to the accelerating spread of the new Corona virus, and thus a significant decline in the cultural and civilizational fields appeared at the global level as a whole and at the Arab level in particular. To fill this gap, ACAN was established to bring together Arab institutions, associations, and artists in late 2020. As this project develops, it addresses cultural, political, economic, and social issues, including programs for children and youth, artistic programs related to theater, in addition to programs for exchanging experiences between institutions. This network serves as a motivational tool that promotes artistic and social culture to this day.
Through the social networking sites of the Arab Culture and Arts Network and through our partners and members of the network, we seek to advertise all campaigns aimed at supporting institutions and individuals both technically and culturally.
It is a project to support cultural and artistic institutions and artists in light of crises by collecting donations and contributions to face the crisis.
In ACAN, we seek to link donor institutions with all artists and cultural institutions in the Arab region for the sake of decentralization, continuity of cultural work, its prosperity, independence, and diversity of funding sources.
For the sake of cultural balance and to support individuals and youth initiatives, the arts are everyone’s right.
the interrelationship of the interactive co-relationship in order to promote the processes of cultural exchange and artistic co-production
Team collaboration, equal opportunity, and enhancing cultural policies.
Out of 1270 projects submitted from various countries around the world, 360 were nominated, 20 in each of the 18 WSIS Action Line categories, with Ronda taking first place; the Arab Culture and Arts Network project from Lebanon won in the category of cultural diversity, identity, linguistic diversity, and local content, with projects from Rwanda, Bangladesh, India, and Australia as the best five projects in the world.
The Arab Culture and Arts Network (ACAN) received the Intercultural Achievement Award (IAA) in the category “Recent Events” given by the Federal Ministry for European and International Affairs. The Network won the award among 1,300 competing projects from 87 countries.