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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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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Zuhe Niao: The left cheek

1.7.2005 Zuhe Niao: The left cheek

Zuhe Niao was created in 2005 when theatre maker Zhang Xian and 4 young dancers got together with various other video- and music artists to create a production called Tongue’s Memory of Home. Zuhe Niao is an independent company operating outside of China’s state-sponsored arts and entertainment systems.

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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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Photographs of the border by Rula Halawani

1.5.2004 Photographs of the border by Rula Halawani

Palestinian photographer Rula Halawani made diverse series on a checkpoint between Ramallah and Jerusalem.

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Ervaar daar hier theater: 2nd Season

21.10.2003 Ervaar daar hier theater: 2nd Season

The second season of ‘Ervaar daar hier theater’ (Experience There Here Theatre) presents an exciting series of theatre and dance from international performance traditions less known to the Dutch public. From October 2013 through April 2014, four performances from Brazil, China, Thailand and Tunisa will be presented in seven cities throughout the Netherlands.  The series kicked off...

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