Running in parallel with the concerts of Festival week are exhibitions and screenings in various locations such as Dar Tazi and the Batha Museum.
The Festival also runs daily activities for children and teenagers.

These educational and artistic activities comprise exhibitions, concerts, shows and various other events. The programme runs during the Festival and is a great success each year.  

Dar Mokri
Wednesday 12 June 14h00 – 16h30                                            
Moultaqa
These workshops and meetings with masters and enthusiasts are proposed as an initiation into the choreographic and musical arts through the language of meditation, approaches that are both ancient and contemporary.
- Indian dance and the mudras of Manochhaya
- Tenchi Tessen : the art of the breath and the fan, with Georges Stobbaerts


Jnan Sbil Gardens
18h00 From 7-15 June
Shems’y  National Circus School from Salé.
Hammss street theatre
The Shems’y National Circus School presents workshops and artistic routes featuring a melange of circus, dance and sacred music in its urban show Hamsse.Each day, visitors can discover the talents of the acrobats, jugglers and stiltwalkers wandering the magnificent Jnan Sbil gardens. Here in the city the Hamsse show runs on the principal of Parkour which integrates juggling, the Cyr wheel, the Chinese mast and aerial straps.

Complex Houria
From 8-15 June
Artistic and cultural activities for the youth.

Borj Sud (outside)
23h00 Sunday 9 June
Screening of the film Looking for Muhyiddin by Nacer Khemir, who will be in attendance.

Megarama Cinema
17h00-19h30 Wednesday 12 June
Screening of the film Le Premier Homme (The First Man) by Albert Camus, film by Gianni Amelio and produced by Bruno Pessery, Abdou Achouba and Ricardo Tozzi, followed by a round-table discussion.

Palais Jamaï
10h00-12h00 Friday 14 June
Spiritual Andalusia, a presentation by Leili Anvar and Michael Barry 

Exhibitions

8-15 June at the Batha Museum
The Exhibition entitled "Andalusian Dreams" is in four parts:
 
1st series: Fes Melancholy
Canvases by Mohamed Krich with text in Arabic, French and English by Ahmed Tayeb El Alj
 
2nd series: Fes Reverie
Works by Meriem Mezian, with text in Arabic and French by Fina De Caldérone
 
3rd series: Jnan Sbil Fes
Works by Abdelaziz Cherkaoui, Abdellah Dibaji, Fatema Hassan, Abdellah Hariri, Abdelkader 
Laâraj, Houssine Miloudi andMohamed Moussik
 
4th series: The Magic of the Harem (a childhood in Fes)
Works by Rachid Aebti with text in French and Spanish by Fatema Mernissi

Curator: Rachid Chraïbi, Marsam Publications & Gallery