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Heri Dono: The Lost Magician

21.6.2011 Heri Dono: The Lost Magician

1998 Prince Claus Fund laureate Heri Dono has grown out to be one of today´s most important Indonesian artists. On 17 June 2011 his most recent exhibition The Lost Magician opened in Berlin.

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Publication by network partner IAIP

9.6.2011 Publication by network partner IAIP

Network partner International Alliance of independent publishers (IAIP) of the Prince Claus Fund recently published a study on digital publishing in developing countries.

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Dady Mwicira Mitali wins Young African Achiever Award

8.6.2011 Dady Mwicira Mitali wins Young African Achiever Award

  On 25 May 2011, during African Day ceremony, Dady de Maximo received the Young African Achiever Award presented by the African Group in the Netherlands. They value the way his work represents Rwanda and his contribution to promoting an image of Rwanda that shows there is more to the country’s culture than the horrible genocide in 1994. The Prince Claus Fund has been involved with Dady’s...

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‘Bhimayana: Experiences of Untouchability’ in top 5 best political graphic novels

24.5.2011 ‘Bhimayana: Experiences of Untouchability’ in top 5 best political graphic novels

Comics historian Paul Gravett selected “Bhimayana: Experiences of Untouchability” as one of his top five political graphic novels, as CNN reported on Monday 23 May 2011. The Prince Claus Fund supported the publication of the novel in 2009 to enable the makers to raise national and international awareness to the problem of caste-discrimination in India.

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African Hip Hop Jam with Waraba and Master Nomila in Melkweg on 8 June

13.5.2011 African Hip Hop Jam with Waraba and Master Nomila in Melkweg on 8 June

Within the International Art Programme in Amsterdam the Prince Claus Fund and the Amsterdam Fund for the Arts collaborated with the African Hip Hop Foundation in organizing an evening on African Hip Hop on Wednesday 8 June in the Melkweg in Amsterdam. Rappers Waraba and Master Nomila, coming from Mauritania and Senegal,  for the first time in Amsterdam, gave a spectacular performance...

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