Activiteiten

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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 'Out of the Ruins: Bam Photography Project'

28.3.2013 'Out of the Ruins: Bam Photography Project'

The exhibition 'Out of the Ruins: Bam Photography Rescue Project' in the Prince Claus Fund Gallery will close on 16 August 2013.

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Exhibition ‘Carnal’ by 2012 Prince Claus Laureate Teresa Margolles

10.12.2012 Exhibition ‘Carnal’ by 2012 Prince Claus Laureate Teresa...

‘Carnal’ is a poignant homage to the victims of drug- and gender-related violence.  In ‘Carnal’, 2012 Prince Claus Laureate Teresa Margolles exhibits artworks that combine the formal strategies of post-minimalism with the horror embedded in the bodies of those who died a violent death  

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Premiere 'Sweet Dreams' at IDFA

9.11.2012 Premiere 'Sweet Dreams' at IDFA

'Sweet Dreams', a documentary about Ingoma Nshya, Rwanda's first and only all-women drumming group, will premiere on 19 November at IDFA. After the screening, six members of Ingoma Nshya will perform live in the Brakke Grond in Amsterdam. Following the performance, Prince Claus Fund director Christa Meindersma will conduct a Q&A with the drummers and Rob Fruchtman, one of the film's directors.

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Hargeysa International Book Fair 2012

10.7.2012 Hargeysa International Book Fair 2012

The only cultural festival and the largest public celebration in Somaliland. Somalia’s literacy rate is ranked in the bottom ten world-wide. Nevertheless, there is a great demand for reading among young people, particularly in Somaliland.   

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Saving living heritage in Nepal

7.7.2012 Saving living heritage in Nepal

The Taleju temple, sitting on the roof of the Mul Chowk, the 'main courtyard' of the Patan Royal Palace Complex is regarded as one of the defining features of the Patan Darbar square. The 'Himalayan earthquake' of 18 September 2011 affecting Nepal, Bhutan and Tibet, badly damaged the already weak temple.

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