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for Refugee

Favour the social and professional
integration of artists in exile.


INFRA · Inclusive Networ For Refugee Artists is a network which aims to favour the social and professional intégration of artists in exile in Europe, with the support of the European Commission in the framework of Creative Europe programs. Led by six cultural structures, INFRA’s goal is to support these artists in the creation of professional links with the European cultural sector.

The project.

To support these artists in growing their professional projects, INFRA has implemented a series of actions over the two years duration of the program (from October 2019 to December 2021).

meeting in Gent for INFRA thanks to Voo?uit !
Meeting with Lynda Rahal at Latitudes Contemporaines's Laboratory
First meeting ever in Brussels in november 2019
Panel discussion during Chisinau's activities with `{`ksa:k`}` in october 2021

16 artists will take part of the project.

A group made of artists with a history related to exile has taken part in the project and have been invited to all activities, coming from the four corners of artistic creation, and with very different artistic backgrounds.

Performers, dancers, textile artists, experimental video makers, the project has been designed for all artists to develop their knowledge of the European cultural landscape and give them the keys to draw their professional career acknowledging the specificities of the different territories involved in the INFRA project.


A permanent Network
our partners

INFRA is an innovative gathering, on a European level, of the professional practices of five cultural organizations coming together in the interests of accompanied artists and performing arts professionals. Each cultural structure is experienced in the individual support of artists.

The network is thus based on the complementarity of its committed partners.

Principal support