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In Memorium: Robert Loder (1934 – 2017)

25.7.2017 In Memorium: Robert Loder (1934 – 2017)

The Prince Claus Fund was greatly saddened by the news that Robert Loder has passed away. 

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Launch of film and book on the Sahel Opera at the EYE

20.7.2017 Launch of film and book on the Sahel Opera at the EYE

On 7 September 2017, the film An Opera of the World by Manthia Diawara, and the book Bintou Wéré, African Opera by Koulsy Lamko will be launched at the EYE in Amsterdam. Following the screening of the film, a conversation with Diawara and Lamko will be moderated by Els van der Plas, Founding Director of the Prince Claus Fund (1997-2010) and current General Director of Dutch National Opera...

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Open Call: Film Talents – Voices from Pakistan and Afghanistan

19.7.2017 Open Call: Film Talents – Voices from Pakistan and Afghanistan

The Goethe-Institut and Prince Claus Fund are delighted to announce a new call for proposals: “Film Talents – Voices from Pakistan and Afghanistan”. This joint collaboration offers young emerging filmmakers in Pakistan and Afghanistan the opportunity to take part in a mentorship programme for filmmakers through a series of five workshops to take place in 2017 and 2018 in the...

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Arab Documentary Photography Program 2017

12.7.2017 Arab Documentary Photography Program 2017

The Arab Fund for Arts and Culture - AFAC, Prince Claus Fund - PCF and Magnum Foundation - MF are happy to announce the selection of the latest group of grantees for the fourth cycle of...

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Nineveh. Capital of a World Empire at Rijksmuseum van Oudheden

21.6.2017 Nineveh. Capital of a World Empire at Rijksmuseum van Oudheden

Nineveh, 2,700 years ago was the capital of the mighty Assyrian empire and the largest city of the world. The Rijksmuseum van Oudheden brings together 250 of Nineveh's top pieces from international museums, for the first time since their discovery over 180 years ago. The Prince Claus Fund financially supports this exhibition and its Cultural Emergency Response programme will be featured in its threats...

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