Welcome to Muzicadelic!
What started with a love for music grew to also become literature, operas, movies, a passion for human rights and a commitment for using the arts to educate and heal communities.
Mike and Cecilia in the band Khumalo
It was their mutual love for music that created the platform for Muzicadelic and their transformation into becoming academics also changed the organization into working with a broader aim. Cultural productions have before been used to stereotype and vilify ethnic minoritites and we aim to change that with more positive images and stories. To get to know our music you can get that here
Our projects have been funded by the National Youth Agency in Sweden, Erasmus and the Civil Society Programme, Internal Security Fund and Police fund, European Commission
Photo from the Eurotopia project,animation from the film "My name is Saliha" about losing a son to Jihad in Syria
Our media room
It gives us tremendous pride to be recognized for all of the hard work we do here at Muzicadelic.
Explore some of our latest media features below. We change the world by making books, films, and music to impact cultural production positively. We also do reports and research to analyze the life conditions for ethnic minorities such as the African diaspora in Sweden. We created the very first report on the life conditions for Afro-Swedes in Umeå, in 2018. You can find more information under "Our projects". Don’t hesitate to reach out!
Afroswedish in the new Sweden,We are like oranges and Folkoperan Remixed- The first cultural inclusion projects for Afro-Swedish youth
Eurotopia- the first and largest EU project in short film-against radicalization
Afroswedish Rigths and possibilities- The first report on the life conditions of Afro-Swedes in Umeå, Sweden
Distinctions and Awards
It is always fun to get distinctions, awards, and acknowledgment for our hard work, and here is a sample that pertains to the film "We are like oranges, which won Best Foreign Film at the La Femme International Film Festival, 2014 and Eurotopia was invited to showcase two short films from the project at the Afro Cannes and Diversity in Cannes festivals at the Cannes, 2022.
Our film "We are like Oranges"
won Best Foreign Film at the La Femme
International Film Festival
in Hollywood, 2014! The film also won "Best practice against extremism, 2016 by the CVE and EU.