The Réunion Métis association was created in February 2020 thanks to a public-private partnership, following the success of the first Métis Meeting (20,000 people in 3 evenings, 400 young people involved in educational actions, more than 100 artists present, 20 patrons,…).
The purpose of the association is, in a non-profit and general interest purpose, to raise awareness, promote, develop and encourage actions that enhance Reunion Island living together through artistic, educational, cultural, social activities, by linking the actors of all these environments and that of the company, with as a flagship project the organization of the Reunion Métis festival.
Through the history of our island, its crossbreeding and the different cultures that coexist there peacefully, Reunion Island living together is an example on an international scale. For the Réunion Métis association, succeeding in living together means demonstrating how to do it together. It is by exploring together that we succeed in making it move forward, endure, and perpetuate it.
Many fields of action lend themselves to the deployment of the Réunion Métis association and its festival, with the common goal of working together and co-creating around the values and convictions that drive us.
Work for Living Together by Doing Together: sharing, meetings and networking to celebrate one's territory, Nature, the Other. Federate through Art and Culture.
Interculturality and interdisciplinarity.
Link the cultural, social, educational and entrepreneurial spheres in our projects.
Create unique, immersive and unifying moments.
Our values, our convictions and our objectives have enabled us to identify 10 commitments. A true common thread, these commitments inspire us in our actions.
Réunion Métis, through its ambition to become a major player in the local associative scene around Living Together and Making Together, offers throughout the year actions that respond to each other, that are carried out and connected, in a same clear and established objective, to build and do together.
Co-constructed with institutions, associations and local businesses, these actions take part throughout the island and will lead to the Réunion Métis festival, on December 3, 4 and 5, 2021.