Supported Projects 2019

Supported Projects 2019 · 10. September 2019
The purpose of drawing for children is to cheer up children in hospitals by drawing with them. Artists volunteer to the hospitals throughout the country to work with the children on the edge of the bed. Saturday August 31st a special day was organized for 90 families. The event took place in the Isala theater in Capelle aan den IJssel. The families and children enjoyed a theater play and several artists drew with the kids. All materials were donated by the Royal Talens Foundation.

Supported Projects 2019 · 12. June 2019
Mur du Souffle is an artistic and charity association with the goal to create art to raise money to support the fight against Cystic Fibrosis. All the profits made by the artworks of Mur du Souffle go to medical research and support of Cystic Fibrosis patients. Mur du Souffle fights to make a disability into a strength: they build a community of federating artists around a cause, to implement positive energies, facilitate meetings and to give hope and meaning when there doesn't seem to be any....

Supported Projects 2019 · 07. June 2019
Every year Motel Spatie organizes the children's art festival KUNSMAKE. Watch the video about the 2017 edition of KUNSMAKE below to get an impression of all the different creative activities that take place. The Royal Talens Foundation supports KUNSMAKE - Children's Art Festival 2019, that will take place on September 18th 2019. Children from different schools will get together and make a huge artwork of painted fabric, a painting that will cover large parts of the appartment buildings shown in...

Supported Projects 2019 · 04. June 2019
The Compagnie des Contraires invited the children of Chantelouve (FR) to participate in the ambitious project Sail a Future by artist Hetty van der Linden. Every little artist had the opportunity to draw a heart and paint his/her dreams and desires on a large sail. These painted sails will be installed on a sailboat that might be taking part in a transatlantic international competition soon. In the upcoming period children from Bali to Spain will paint their dreams on large sails that will soon...

Supported Projects 2019 · 27. May 2019
The Royal Talens Foundation supported the organisation COBA by providing the materials and a certified Zentangle teacher for a workshop zentangle! And look at the great artworks the children made! COBA is a place that guides groups of children and young people with autism-related disorder and / or ADHD, physical or mental disabilities. They organise fun, social and educational afterschool activities in small groups with a maximum attention for every individual kid.

Supported Projects 2019 · 27. May 2019
Have you heared of the S.E.A. Art Tour? This is a brand new art route on Texel where art and science meet. S.E.A. is short for "Science Encounters Art" and brings an 'ode to the sea' by creating works of art inspired by science from Texel (Wadden Island in the Netherlands). Professional artists worked together with scientists from NIOZ (National Institute for Sea Research). The combination of science and art creates spectacular works of art spread across the island. There is also a treasure...

Supported Projects 2019 · 12. April 2019
The Royal Talens Foundation happily supports Pintar en Bolivia. This NGO provides psychological support and Art Therapy sessions for children that have suffered from severe burn accidents in the city of Cochabamba, Bolivia. Their motto: 'Helping local communities through art therapy.' The aim of the project ‘T’ikay’ (translated: to blossom) is to provide these children with a way of coming to terms with their accidents. In the centre Mosoj Ph’unchay they are offered a method of...

Supported Projects 2019 · 20. March 2019
Visual artist Christel de Buyser developed a method that helps people who are blind or partially sighted to discover the magic of painting and creative expression. She teaches them to create 3D artworks by using different painting materials and structures, and helps them to ‘feel’ the colors by connecting them to emotions. Her workshops proved to be a big success over the last couple of years. Christel’s perfect recipe for success: ‘a diverse group of completely different personalities,...

Supported Projects 2019 · 06. March 2019
On 26th of February Education Minister Wycliffe Smith received the donation visual art materials for the National Institute of Arts (NIA). After Hurricane Irma, the Royal Talens Foundation and the Orange Company reached out to NIA to see how it could help youngsters by using the medium of art. The Royal Talens Foundation donated an amount of art supplies such as paint and brushes, easels and canvases to the National Institute of Arts for workshops that can help to deal with the traumas...

Supported Projects 2019 · 01. February 2019
New Day Impact is a non-profit organization for developmental aid that develops projects in the area of care, welfare and education. On the 3rd of February, New Day Impact organized a 'Midwinter Marathon' to raise money for the future of kids in a Roma community in Lushnje, Albania. These children grow up in poor living conditions. New Day Impact wants to help them to realise their dream of a better life and new chances. The Royal Talens Foundation supported the New Impact runners and...

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