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  • Nos Identidat riba dia di Wishi/Marchena
  • Nos Identidat riba dia di Wishi/Marchena
  • Nos Identidat riba dia di Wishi/Marchena

Nos Identidat riba dia di Wishi/Marchena

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Gebeurtenissen en prestaties, waaronder de persoonlijkheid van de persoon in onze samenleving, de culturele identiteit van ons materieel- en immaterieel erfgoed, hoe dit zodanig te belichten dat het kan komen tot een herstel van de daarbij behorende waarden en het respect. Een onderdeel van dit evenement zal zich bezighouden met het in het zonnetje plaatsen van enige werkers die zich met hart en ziel inzetten voor de ontwikkeling van onze wijk en steeds degenen zijn die zorgdragen voor de nodige activiteiten in de wijk. Een ander onderdeel is dat van het duurzaam vastleggen van onze gewaardeerde wijkbewoners, dit zodat het door hun gegeven voorbeeld gelinkt wordt met hun persoonlijkheid, de indentiteit. Hier bedoeld, de audio en visueel vastlegging van onze ouderen en diegenen die zich hebben kunnen opwerken van het uit weinig naar een van invloed zijnde burger. Beginnend met diegenen uit onze wijk Wishi/Marchena.

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The visit to the Caribbean part of the Kingdom has started!

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The King, Queen Máxima, and the Princess of Orange started their journey on Bonaire. During their meeting last Saturday with various residents of Bonaire at Mangazina di Rei, they got a fantastic impression of Bonaire’s cultural heritage. Mangazina di Rei develops projects over the years with PBCCG funding. For instance, they initiated Leerorkest Bonaire with PBCCG support. Leerorkest performed for the royal family during this visit. PBCCG was represented by chairman Halder Lam, who spoke on behalf of the Caribbean Foundation. The visit of the Royal Family is dedicated to the introduction of the Princess of Orange to the Caribbean part of the Kingdom.

 

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Premio Nacional Crioyo di Oro

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E proyecto aki cu a tuma lugar dia 30 di november 2022 den teatro nacional Cas di Cultura a resulta den un otro exito rotundo.

El a resulta den un homenahe y un proyecto musical historico hopi gusta y comenta cu tabata tin un reach na miles di persona riba Aruba, Korsou y Boneiro cu tabata pendiente di dje. Maybelline Arends-Croes a wordo premia como e di dos recipiente di “Premio Nacional Crioyo di Oro” e anochi aki, cu ta algo cu sigur a haci e homenahe extra special.

E homenahe y concierto aki a wordo graba y e grabacion a wordo estrena y transmiti dia 18 di december 2021 via Telearuba canal 13, Canal 22 Aruba, Nos Isla TV canal 23 y Diariotv canal 48. Kanal na Korsou: Nos Pais TV y na Boneiro: Bonaire.tv y Dutch Caribbean Television.

Nos por a mira tambe cu varios bes e canalnan a ripiti e produccion aki. Riba plataforma digital: Facebook live video via paginanan Go Cultura Foundation, Edjean Semeleer, TeleAruba, VIP Radio y mas. Pues e reach tabata hopi grandi.

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NIA receives Prins Bernhard Culture Prize on St. Maarten

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National Institute of Arts (NIA) was honored by Prins Bernhard Culture Funds Caribbean Region PBCCG with the culture prize on St. Maarten in a small, intimate ceremony at Pasture Piece in Cul de Sac on Wednesday evening.

The event was attended by the Governor of St. Maarten Ajamu Baly and his wife.

During the presentation of the prize, PBCCG officials explained why NIA was chosen to receive that culture prize. They said NIA has become a household name in St. Maarten, providing a platform for the expression and development of art and culture in numerous forms.

PBCCG officials said NIA has become a necessary platform where arts, artistry, and artists come together in a safe, nurturing environment to create, explore art, find one’s personal voice, document our story and history, create tangible works of lived experiences, acquire creative artistic skills and create platforms for youth.

PBCCG officials noted the role NIA had played after the passing of Hurricane Irma in 2017 and again with the COVID-19 pandemic through art-focused projects provided for persons.

They highlighted the significant number of persons who are reached by NIA, noting that on a weekly basis NIA teaches 1,500-2,000 students, giving various classes.

During the ceremony, several persons who have worked closely with NIA took the opportunity to share their congratulatory remarks with the founders and fellow representatives.

NIA co-founder Arlene Halley joined her team and fellow co-founder Clara Reyes at the podium and thanked PBCCG not only for the recognition that evening but also for being a great source of support over the years. She recounted how PBCCG had reached out after Irma and again with the COVID-19 pandemic and the impact this had not only for NIA, but all the students and persons who took part in the classes.

Halley also gave recognition to her team and the roles each person had played in the institution.

Reyes gave a short tale of the development of NIA’s famous logo and how the two founders, after many years, had come together to create the art institute. She shared her hopes to see continued growth in the arts and culture in St. Maarten.

The culture prize is awarded in Aruba, Saba, St. Eustatius, Bonaire, St. Maarten, and Curaçao for achievement in the fields of history, literature, visual arts, music, theatre, arts and cultural education, monument care, and nature conservation performed by a person or an organization established on one of the six Dutch islands.

The PBCCG culture prize aims to draw attention to the winner’s work, to stimulate the production of high-quality performances in those areas.

The PBCCG culture prize is in the shape of an egg, designed by Hortence Brouwn, a visual artist in Curaçao.

The evening ended with a surprise performance of singing and dancing by NIA students.

 

Bron: https://www.thedailyherald.sx/islands/nia-receives-prins-bernhard-culture-prize-on-st-maarten 

PBCCGNIA receives Prins Bernhard Culture Prize on St. Maarten
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Prins Bernhard Cultuurfonds NL in Saba

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On Tuesday, the Prins Bernhard Cultuurfonds NL, represented by Mrs. Cathelijne Broers, her two other colleagues, and PBCCG’s president and the vice president, visited Saba.
After meeting with Mrs.Angelita Peterson , board member Saba for PBCCG at the Bizzy B, they went out for a spectacular island tour. In the afternoon, they reunited at the Chez Bubba Bistro, where they gave away the Prins Bernhard Cultuurfonds Caribisch Gebied prize. This year it was handed to Sea & Learn Foundation
During this award ceremony, Island Governor Mr. Jonathan G.A. Johnson was present, as also Mrs. Lynn Costenaro of “Sea & Learn Foundation“, who received the award.
The afternoon continued with a visit to the Harry L. Johnson Museum and also the Saba Association C.S., where they were hosted by Mr. James Wilson before departing Saba. #saba #PBCCG #seaandlearnfoundation
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  • The Prins Bernhard Cultuurfonds NL visit to Curaçao
  • The Prins Bernhard Cultuurfonds NL visit to Curaçao
  • The Prins Bernhard Cultuurfonds NL visit to Curaçao
  • The Prins Bernhard Cultuurfonds NL visit to Curaçao
  • The Prins Bernhard Cultuurfonds NL visit to Curaçao
  • The Prins Bernhard Cultuurfonds NL visit to Curaçao
  • The Prins Bernhard Cultuurfonds NL visit to Curaçao
  • The Prins Bernhard Cultuurfonds NL visit to Curaçao
  • The Prins Bernhard Cultuurfonds NL visit to Curaçao
  • The Prins Bernhard Cultuurfonds NL visit to Curaçao
  • The Prins Bernhard Cultuurfonds NL visit to Curaçao
  • The Prins Bernhard Cultuurfonds NL visit to Curaçao
  • The Prins Bernhard Cultuurfonds NL visit to Curaçao
  • The Prins Bernhard Cultuurfonds NL visit to Curaçao
  • The Prins Bernhard Cultuurfonds NL visit to Curaçao
  • The Prins Bernhard Cultuurfonds NL visit to Curaçao
  • The Prins Bernhard Cultuurfonds NL visit to Curaçao
  • The Prins Bernhard Cultuurfonds NL visit to Curaçao
  • The Prins Bernhard Cultuurfonds NL visit to Curaçao
  • The Prins Bernhard Cultuurfonds NL visit to Curaçao
  • The Prins Bernhard Cultuurfonds NL visit to Curaçao
  • The Prins Bernhard Cultuurfonds NL visit to Curaçao

The Prins Bernhard Cultuurfonds NL visit to Curaçao

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The Prins Bernhard Cultuurfonds NL director, Mrs. Cathelijne Broers, and her two colleagues had a busy and exciting weekend enjoying Curaçao and learning more about our culture. On Friday, after PBCCG’s general board meeting in the meeting room of the Monumentenzorg Curacao at Scharloo, they went to visit the Maritime Museum, where they were hosted by Mrs. Tamara Vervuurt.
They also visited the NAAM – National Archaeological Anthropological Memory Management, where they were given valuable information by Mr. Dimitri Cloose.
During their “Ser’i Otrobanda Art Walk” in the afternoon with Mr. Kurt Schoop they saw and enjoyed the magnificent artworks created for the successful Kaya Kaya Party project.
Then, in the evening, they experienced the magnificent Cathedral of Thorns with a tour given by Mr. Herman van Bergen. That same evening we saw and admired Mrs. Annemieke Dicke’s exposition. Then, later on, they were delighted by a night of concert at the Cathedral by night. At the Museo di Tambú Shon Cola on Saturday, they were hosted by Mrs. Maureen Rosalina. They also visited the Art Gallery of Avantia Damberg Caribbean visual artist at Landhuis Brakkeput Ariba. In the evening, they were entertained by a magical cultural evening at the Colastica residence, an evening with dance, music, and poetry.
We are delighted to have provided this immersive, authentic experience for our special guests. Hence, they get a good idea of Curaçao’s culture.
Dear Mrs. Broers, Mr. Steijn, and Mr. Oskam, we thank you for the beautiful moments and hope to see you back soon in Curaçao!
Enjoy these memorable pictures!
PBCCGThe Prins Bernhard Cultuurfonds NL visit to Curaçao
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