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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 the occasion of Namibia’s 25th Year of Independence the FNCC would like to congratulate Namibia and its citizens on its growth in Unity, Liberty, and Justice.
On the 26th November, the Franco-Namibian Cultural Centre Board of Trustees concluded their bi-annual meeting.
The FNCC will celebrate the 10th October World Day Against the Death Penalty.
This is the 2nd time a Namibian artist is among the top 10 finalists for this prestigious competition, open to all artists from the African continent.
A warm Namibian welcome to the new members of the FNCC staff.
Talk by Save the Rhino Trust and MET followed by debate and an auction of artwork to raise funds.
Talk related to birds in Namibia followed by an auction of artwork.
Improvisational theatre comedy aimed at breaking down stereotypes.
A little taste of Nia, mixing different music styles and routines together.
The 5th annual ADS International Food and Craft Bazaar.
The 20th anniversary of World Music Day!
Paris 2015 focuses on the new International agreement on climate.
How visual arts are addressing social issues such as gender based violence.
Vilho Nuumbla's second exhibition is inspired by the roughness of life.
A travelling showcase of selected projects from the competition of the same name.
Showcase of food writer and photographer Christie Keulder.
Inspired by the fact that in our world so many things are thrown away, lost and forgotten.
Artwork by well-known South African bird artist Graeme Arnott for the NNF Conservation Week.
Positive depictions of Women by Namibian sculptors.
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