Maud de la Chapelle is head of the Southplanet project for the association Africultures.
Her main interests are street arts, music, postcolonial studies and intercultural psychology.
She regularly collaborates with the Cameroonian organization Doual'art, which focuses on artistic practices in urban space in Douala (Cameroon).
In the past, she worked for Afriscope, a free magazine held by Africultures, focused on African and Caribbean diasporas in France and on intercultural topics.
She spent two years in Douala (Cameroon) and three in Maputo (Mozambique).
She wrote articles for Africultures, Afriscope, Contemporary And and African City Readers . And she coordinated in 2015 a one year cycle of "lusophone windows" on Africultures.
She is currently working on the Grive la Braillarde project, that aim at opening a venue for concerts in Brive-la-Gaillarde (France).
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