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Welcome to Franco Namibia Cultural Centre
The FNCC and ChiNamibia invite children aged 8 – 16 to hold arts & crafts or food stalls at the Kids Market 2015 which is part of the Children’s Festival taking place at FNCC on 31 October 2015.
At the end of June 2015, Ms. Irmgard Röder left the Franco-Namibian Cultural Centre where she held the position of Cultural Officer.
We wish her the best of luck in her future endeavours.
FNCC’s Park Talk helps Namibia prepare for 2015 Paris Climate Change Conference.
Namibia celebrates 20th Anniversary of World Music Day with top class entertainment.
For the 5th year in a row, the Association of Diplomatic Spouses in Namibia (ADS) held an International Food and Craft Bazaar at the FNCC.
Annually, communities the world over, celebrate World Music Day on the day of summer solstice.
Registration for this year's World Music Day is now open!
On Friday, 17 April 2015, the FNCC hosted an Acoustic Friday concert as its event to celebrate Namibia’s 25th Independence.
The fifth meeting of the French Business Club was held on 16 April 2015.
The FNCC hosted a two day screening of the Film Plot for Peace in March this year.
For a third consecutive year, the FNCC with local artists, hold a slam poetry performance by school learners.
The EUNIC Cluster Namibia presents the 4th EUNIC Film Festival in Windhoek.
Join the Theatre Sports Team this spring and have a laugh!
Workshops aimed at promoting a culture of reading and creative writing in Namibia.
This dance production showcases dancers in routines unique to Moon Goddess Dance Studio.
This session in partnership with MET is about the best practices in the establishment of landscape conservation in Namibia.
For this show, the Theatre Sports crew take on technology throughout the ages.
The FNCC is excited to host the The Savannah Afros.
The Annual Unam Student Fashion Show presented by the Visual & Performing Arts Department of the University of Namibia.
A combined exhibition by Frans Uunona and his talented 9-year-old student Isabel Rios.
Artworks consisting of linocut prints, paying tribute to the late John Muafangejo and Peter Clarke.
This exhibition features surrealist and socially critical drawings and paintings on life in Katatura.
An exhibition of movable and mobile installations with recurring themes of time, light and shadow.
Malua’s exhibition on nature and spirituality is meditational and contains a lot of healing elements and deep Shamanic notions of love and interconnection.
A children’s exhibition hosted by Helga Mertens Art & Craft Studio which originated in 1997.
Monday to Thursday:
9h00 to 18h00
9h00 to 13h00
118 Robert Mugabe Avenue
PO Box 11622 Windhoek Namibia
Tel. : 061 387 330
Fax : 061 224 927
Monday and Tuesday: 12h00 – 18h00
Wednesday and Thursday: 9h00 – 18h00
Friday: 9h00 – 13h00
Saturday: 9h00 – 12h00
Mondays and Wednesdays OR Tuesdays and Thursdays
17h30 to 19h00
Children and Teenagers:
15h00 - 17h00