This painting is a reflection on the arts and culture sector all over the world, precisely in African cultures, a statement of the closure of heritage sites, museums, theatres, cinemas and other cultural institutions due to sanitary confinement or the cessation of international tourist travel, the continuity of artistic activities, creative industries and cultural tourism. Culture is not just another sector that needs public support in this time of crisis. In fact, culture can help overcome pandemic crises and wars and finally accelerate socio-economic recovery. It is also at the heart of communities' sense of identity, their interrelationships and their ability to react and recover after difficulties, conflicts and disasters. disasters.
Secondly, there is a direct relationship between the arts, culture, social and psychological well-being. Artistic and cultural activities provide many "ingredients of well-being": social integration, pleasure, learning, creation of meaning, self-realization... In addition, one can also use a variety of forms of artistic expression and entertainment to disseminate information, encourage behavior change and promote public health recommendations.
Culture contributes to the sustainable development of a society, the reduction of poverty and the maintenance and consolidation of peace. It can also serves as a solid foundation for inclusive economic progress as continents strive to meet the challenges posed by the pandemic and wars crisis by focusing on fostering social inclusion, building accessible public spaces and institutions, preserving all forms of cultural heritage, to protect and support cultural professionals, to promote diversity, creativity and innovation, and to integrate the arts and culture sector into the recovery and development process.