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Please find here an overview of activities and projects the Prince Claus Fund initiates and supports. For upcoming activities you can take a look at the Calendar.

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Saaram - Essence an Indian Video Installation

1.2.2007 Saaram - Essence an Indian Video Installation

Fullness is born from fullness, say the Upanishads. Fullness deleted from fullness is still fullness, leaving behind - fullness. This message is extracted from old Sanskrit texts and will be the inspiration of a 40 minute two screen video installation by Indian artist Ms. Soudhamini of Quicksilver films.

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La Filarmónica con sabor Latino: The Philarmonic with Latin flavor

20.7.2006 La Filarmónica con sabor Latino: The Philarmonic with Latin...

In 2006 Corporación Orquesta Filarmónica de Medellín, Colombia, under direction of Alfonso Arias, organized two free concerts in diverse public spaces in the areas of Medellín. For the occasion, popular Latin American music was orchestrated by composers and interpreted by the entire orchestra. The Prince Claus Fund supported this initiative.

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Art Project Frontera that was supported by the Prince Claus Fund in 2006 wins an important Award in 2008

1.5.2006 Art Project Frontera that was supported by the Prince Claus...

Laboratoria Curatorial 060, an interdisciplinary collective looking to question the ideas that both define and contain contemporary artistic practice in Mexico have won the First Prize of the Best Art Practices Award by the Italian Government, via the Bolzano Province for the project Frontera ' A rehearsal for the creation of a future society.

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Olhares do Morro

1.10.2005 Olhares do Morro

The Prince Claus Fund supports the continuation of a project set up in October 2002 in a favela "Santa Marta" in Rio de Janeiro: a photography laboratory for workshops. This is a disadvantaged area with about 12,000 inhabitants and many social problems and a negative image in the local and international press.

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Kabul Cartoucherie, theatre workshops in Afghanistan

1.7.2005 Kabul Cartoucherie, theatre workshops in Afghanistan

In June/July 2005, the Foundation for Culture and Civil Society organized workshops in Kabul in co-operation with the Théâtre du Soleil. (France). Afghan theatre makers met for workshops on acting, lighting and sound. These workshops resulted in Théâtre Aftaab, a new theatre group. They produced the play “Romeo and Juliet”, which subsequently toured Afghanistan. 

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