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Casamouja, a third edition focused on women

Written by FDM

After the great success of the first two editions, Casamouja returns by placing women at the heart of this meeting of street art which has embellishe, this year,  the district of El Hank Casablanca.

A colorful wave swept over the district of El Hank, located not far from the future Maritime promenade of the Hassan II Mosque of the economic city. Casamouja signs its third edition with seven Moroccan and foreign artists. This is the first time that an entire district is used as a backdrop and is transformed into a reference of street art, as the organizers Casablanca Events and Animation  put forward in a statement.

In total, there are 9 giant frescoes that appeared in the landscape of Casablanca. The theme chosen this year revolves around women, in all generations: mother, young woman, adolescent, known or unknown. The ambition of this Wecasablanca project is to create a tourist circuit totally focused on street art in the metropolis, which is gradually taking on a new face, allowing visitors to understand also what animates the youth of the country. Each edition of Casamouja is legendary and helps to put Casablanca in the spotlight as a city of urban culture, with a modern and open-minded imprint.