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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Drumming for Peace in Burundi

1.10.2007 Drumming for Peace in Burundi

Drumming for Peace, Pamoja Kungoma Ya Amani (together around the drum of peace, in Swahili) in 2008 consists of a tour of three drumming groups from DRC, Rwanda and Burundi in their respective countries as well as neighbouring countries to celebrate their heroes and to promote peace. Iranian film maker Maziar Bahari is filming the events and making a doumentary of this unique tour that celebrates peace.

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Theatreplay Bafana Republic wins an award

31.7.2007 Theatreplay Bafana Republic wins an award

The satirical one (wo)man show Bafana Republic that received support by the Prince Claus Fund written by Mike van Graan and perfomed by acctress Lindiwe Matsikiza was named “Best One Person Show” at the inaugural South African Comedy Awards. The award came a day after the show returned from the Hilton Arts Festival where it played to two sold-out houses and standing ovations, with more...

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Casa Choco-Late

1.6.2007 Casa Choco-Late

'A House of Culture' in Colombia organised cultural activities that were supported by the Prince Claus Fund. Choco: Is the name of the department located on Colombia’s western pacific sea board. Late: from the verb to beat, as in heartbeat. This title was thought up by the children of Nuqui to mean that their department is alive. They also refer to themselves as chocolate.

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Occidentalism, The West in Egyptian Eyes

13.5.2007 Occidentalism, The West in Egyptian Eyes

Twenty local artists representing the Egyptian contemporary art scene have been selected and commissioned to create works of art surrounding the present-day theme of occidentalism in Cairo, or the West in Egyptian Eyes.

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Berceuse directed by Youssef Raihani of Théâtre Horizon in Morocco

1.5.2007 Berceuse directed by Youssef Raihani of Théâtre Horizon...

The project will involve a translation and publication for the first time in Arabic of the play “Berceuse”. The project consists of the production and dissemination of a play that is radically different in the Arabic context. It is a play that represents a continuation of the project "La Contagion Beckett" (The Becket contagion), directed by the Moroccan Director Youssef Raihani.

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