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Contemporary Tunisia


By Bonnie Klap, Editor in Chief. 

By invitation of the Ambassador of Tunisia and Mrs. Karim Ben Bécher close to 150 guests gathered in the ‘Theater aan het Spui’ to experience a unique performance by Selma and Sofiane Ouissi, two  young, Tunisian choreographers, who derived  their inspiration from the handcraft pottery of Sejinane. As the rich, ancient culture of Tunisia is widely known, it was the Ambassador’s wish to present  the contemporary side of Tunisia’s art and culture, as well as its diversity. Representatives of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Dutch business community, Press and Diplomatic Corps were present, as were the Ambassadors of Tunisia’s two neighboring countries Algeria and Libya.

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