The Algerian Cultural Center in Paris, inaugurated on November 3, 1983, is located in the largest arrondissement of Paris, the 15th. It is a space for cultural and artistic expression par excellence, with several facilities that allow it to play this role not only for the national community of the Paris region, but also for other audiences. pictorial works, photographs, sculptures and traditional art, a library with more than 30,000 books, all titles combined, an auditorium with a capacity of 200 seats and where cultural and scientific conferences and seminars are regularly organized, shows (theater and cinema) and concerts, a video library and a film library of approximately 2000 works relating mainly to Algeria, as many spaces open to our public. The latter has the possibility of choosing the activities that suit his taste.
This public is becoming more and more demanding and so much the better for the CCA, which is adapting to this demand by diversifying its quarterly program which includes as many concerts, shows, exhibitions (pictorials, photos, sculptures, contemporary arts , traditional art) as well as literary and/or scientific and thematic encounters. and music. The ambition of the CCA is to open up more, to meet the public, to make known the Algerian culture in all its diversity. The other ambition, expressed on different occasions by the director of the Centre, is to showcase Algerian talent,
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