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The Selection Process for the Energy Art & Sustainability for Africa Competition has Ended. The Official Events Schedule will be Issued Soon

7 Oct

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The Judges’ Panel has concluded the selection process in the last few days, drawing up the definitive ranking of the ten winning entries in the competition launched by Expo Milano 2015 with the support of Eni designed to receive proposals for cultural events to be organized by October 31.

The events will take place from October 22 to 29

Work is underway to organize the schedule of the selected projects which will take place on the Exposition Site from October 22 to 29. Many African countries have submitted entries, including Ghana, Kenya, Morocco, Madagascar, Tanzania, Mozambique-Malawi, Ethiopia, Malawi, Tunisia, Togo and Burkina Faso-Cameroon.

Promoting Africa at Expo Milano 2015

By promoting the competition, the Universal Exposition aims to focus on and promote the African continent, with contents and messages designed to raise visitors’ awareness about its ancient traditions, culture and values.

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