The 2020 edition of MAPS, Market of Performative Arts of the South Atlantic, will have a prominent presence of musical projects from Argentina that will participate in the business roundtable and artistic exhibitions with the support of the National Institute of Music (INAMU), through the international promotion call musicargentina INAMU. This action allows the mobility of musicians, fosters their international visibility and brings Argentine culture closer to managers from all over the world.
The promotion of the international presence of Argentine musical projects constitutes one of the strategic lines of action of the National Institute of Music (INAMU) and the fourth edition of MAPAS, which will take place from July 9 to 11 in Santa Cruz de Tenerife, it becomes the ideal forum to meet that goal. This support to the Argentine music sector is implemented through the call that musicargentina INAMU which since 2018 offers creators, professionals and artists the possibility to participate in international fairs and markets.
In this way, MAPAS becomes a strategic ally of the National Institute of Music (INAMU) facilitating the circulation and dissemination of Argentine culture. The call is open until March 13 And it will be the selection committee of MAPAS 2020 that designates, among the proposals submitted, which musical project will benefit from this aid, which is articulated in financing tickets for all participants and the backline to play in the showcases. Likewise, INAMU makes available to the selected project a guide of specific tools and training that allows it to efficiently manage the business opportunities that it may find in the Tenerife market.
MAPAS, organized by the Cabildo de Tenerife, unahoramenos and Circulart, seeks in its fourth edition to delve into the configuration of Tenerife as a place for cultural encounter and to establish work networks, betting on diversity, helping to strengthen the market as a space for negotiation , projecting local artists internationally while helping to position those from the South Atlantic in the world.