During the International Women’s Day, on the 8th of March, Selam, in collaboration with several circus clubs, organized a vast number of events, showcasing an all-female line-up of 192 artists.
Selam Ethiopia set a very wide community dialogue focusing on rebuilding the Art Sector, in collaboration with the Ministry of Peace.
Selam Ethiopia will host a stage regarding international women’s day to emphasize the role of women in society and to bring out their topics, using circus.
Online-training for government officials , Selam Ethiopia partners, culture bureau authorities, cultural institute officials and professional artists.
Selam Ethiopia initiates a film project in collaboration with Oromia Art Institute and Ambo university about Laureate Tsegaye Gebremedhin
The traditional music group from Gondar, Amhara regional state dubbed Fasiledes traditional music group, has been getting different capacity building trainings about music production and distributions As part of Culture leads the way project. Selam has now started recording the…
Online training on Sound engineering, studio technique and music production to be given in Addis Ababa Oromia, Amhara, and SNNPR.
Capacity building training and material support to be given in Amhara and SNNPR for circus association leaders and members.
Selam Ethiopia trained youths from Addis Ababa, Amhara, Tigray, Oromia and SNNPR regional states on capacity building and film production.
Selam Ethiopia has been engaged to compile a assessment report entitled a Situational assessment report on the impact of COVID-19 on Ethiopian Culture sector.