activities

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.

Try the search option to get information that suits your specific interests or just browse through these activities to get an impression of what the Fund does and what it supports. 

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‘Louder than Words’ with the 2017 Prince Claus Laureates

14.11.2017 ‘Louder than Words’ with the 2017 Prince Claus Laureates

On 7 December, join us for an inspiring evening with the 2017 Prince Claus Laureates at the Compagnietheater in Amsterdam – ‘Louder than Words: Global Leaders on the Frontline of Culture’. 

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El Anatsui exhibition at the Goodman Gallery

9.11.2017 El Anatsui exhibition at the Goodman Gallery

The work of El Anatsui, one of the most influential contemporary artists working today, will be featured at the Goodman Gallery in Johannesburg from 25 November to 20 December 2017. Meyina is the artist's first solo exhibition in South Africa.

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‘Three Crossings: El-Salahi, Hammons, Brouwn’ opens in Amsterdam

1.11.2017 ‘Three Crossings: El-Salahi, Hammons, Brouwn’ opens...

Starting 22 November, the Prince Claus Fund, together with the Amsterdam Fund for the Arts (AFK) present ‘Three Crossings: El-Salahi, Hammons, Brouwn’. This three-part exhibition features works by Ibrahim El-Salahi (Sudan, UK), David Hammons (USA), and Stanley Brouwn (Surinam, Netherlands) at three Amsterdam locations. The works by these three visionary artists are innovative, minimalist,...

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Performance lecture by Prince Claus Laureate Rabih Mroué at EYE

27.10.2017 Performance lecture by Prince Claus Laureate Rabih Mroué...

Prince Claus Laureate Rabih Mroué featured at EYE   

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The Prince Claus Fund at the National Museum of Antiquities

18.10.2017 The Prince Claus Fund at the National Museum of Antiquities

Starting 20 October, the Prince Claus Fund’s Cultural Emergency Response programme will be featured during the Dutch National Museum of Antiquities in Leiden: ‘Nineveh - Capital of a World Imperium’ in the section for cultural heritage under threat: ‘Nineveh’s Fragile Heritage’.

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