Roubaix: the beatbox generation wants to show his incredible talent (VIDEO)
BY JULIEN GILMAN
Following the public workshops OF Condition publique et du Bar Live, la chorale Livebeatkonditio gathers fifteen followers of this musical practice based rhythm and onomatopoeia. Four of them, college students in Roubaix, ride a participation folder « La France a un incroyable talent »
January 12 th - january 18th:
Portes ouvertes : Projet Hip Hop At work
DA-MAS is a cultural association founded in 2001 by a collective of young artists working in the rap. Active DA-MAS educational mission and socializing sociocultural activities of city youth through the vector of urban cultures.
It helps to improve the social environment of the young through a proposal which conveys the values of the HIP HOP culture. Diversified proposal writing workshop activities Rap / Slam, preparation stage, the organization of concert and event but also cultural exchange (Canada, Belgium, Portugal ...)
DA-MAS is for a population of youth ages 13 to 25, which it offers personalized support and monitoring based on involvement, accountability, autonomy in project development through artistic mediums. The motto of the association "Give more for Youth"
In 2015 the association sees more it projects into new activity such as Graff, The deejing, PLASTIC ART ....
The open houses will be held from 12 to 18 Janviers 2015.
Ps: the graffe workshops will be held in the month of February 2015
Roubaix: social center of Pile Sainte-Élisabeth finished the year in music with Da-Mas
Published the 03/01/2015
by MARTINE DESPRETZ (CLP)
Social Center of Pile-Sainte-Élisabeth had done things for his end of year party on Wednesday afternoon with a musical on the theme of men women parity.
For starters, the public could attend a restitution of texts during the holidays by 6-11 years and by 13-15 years. The lyrics were based on texts on addictions and music composed through exchanges with Canadian and Brazilian youth. "It will be a cultural meeting in June 2015 in Brazil and is an upstream work," says Houria Achouche, responsible youth community center. But the highlight of the show was expected that all the artists of the Da-Mas association Aïssata and Kilem, preparing his new album through the various musical cultures that make up the structure. A program that has raised a great success!
For several years, the association Urban Lezarts organizes meetings around the writing workshops and Rap Slam. In neighborhoods, youth centers, schools or prisons ... these workshops are organized in a variety of settings, with a craze that continues unabated for nearly 20 years. Motivated by the attraction of young audiences, or old, for urban cultures, as well as the mobile one speaking in an emergency, these workshops have opened a new field of expression and supervision.
This Saturday, December 13, Urban Lezarts and Brass (Forest Cultural Center) offer a new space of expression for many young people who participated in these workshops put on by various partners of socio-educational sector in Wallonia-Brussels and France: the Anderlecht Prevention Service, Da-mas Association, St. Mary Institute Chatelet, the Ecole Sainte-Marie Etterbeek ...
The Tiss Team Kalysa, Wildog, Carnage, Sam boycotted, majine Possee, Young School Sainte-Anne d'Etterbeek ...
Showcases of Chou (collaborations with Starflam, CNN199 9mm Records ...) and Jack (Second Souffe), rappers, hip hop leaders and activists Brussels, will close this afternoon. Both are finalizing their respective album.
Meet at the brass from 16h to 19h
Lezarts Urbains asbl
02/538.15.12 - www.lezarts-urbains.be
Brass: Avenue Van Volxem 364, 1190 Forest
Fédération des Centres de Jeunes en Milieu Populaire
Brass, Forest Centre Culturel
Avec le soutien de la Fédération Wallonie-Bruxelles