Cadjigue – Museu virtual dedicado ao Património imaterial e à cultura Bijagó
the Virtual Museum dedicated to the intangible heritage of the Bijagó Culture is an association of multi-generational inhabitants of the Bijagós islands who form a social and cultural association. It was established in 2014 following the joint production of the film 'Kadjike' by Sana Na N'Hada. The association aims to value the material and immaterial culture of Bijagó and thereby protect and reproduce the oral traditions and the transmission of rites. Moreover, the collective strives to develop creative methods for collective, performative and audiovisual productions in order to address the current threats to the archipelago and its residents as well as its unique fauna and flora. Cadjigue wants to contribute to the promotion of the social and cultural significance of the Bijagós by creating an open accessible virtual museum, which can archive documents of the geographic, social, cultural and spiritual heritage in a meaningful way. Cadjigue consists of young Bijagó some of who are also related to the Atingo Iacanto women's group, which collaborate with the MEDIATECA ONSHORE.
transnational feminist art collective armed with an inbuilt grain of indestructibility. We are committed to a policy of empowerment and an economy of care that shares approaches to knowledge, technology and influence. elsehere operates in and out of the real and imagined systemic fractures that exist within structural patriarchy, extractivism, capitalism and their looming obsolescence programmed by the sisters that came before. We render more poetic imaginaries for living in this world while being just a micro-reality away.
non-profit cooperative that was conceived with the intention of promoting sustainable cultural activities with moving image, video, cinema and performing arts in Guinea-Bissau. The Geba Filmes program aims to stimulate the development of social, educational and environmental potential for artistic and audiovisual productions in the area and to support projects to promote artistic and audiovisual literacy. Two of the founding members of Geba Filmes, the filmmakers Sana na N'Hada and Flora Gomes, are pioneers of moving image in Guinea-Bissau and also founded INCA - The National Institute for Film and Audiovisual Media in 1978. Since its formation in 2007, Geba Filmes has co-produced dozens of moving image projects. Between 2011 and 2013 Geba Filmes was the main partner of Arsenal - Institute for Film and Video Art, Berlin, in the project Luta ca caba inda to digitize the Guinean cinema archive that documents the historical process of the struggle of liberation against Portuguese colonial occupation.
Luta ca caba inda