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About Royalafrican.org

Our Story
How it Started

Who are We?

Royalafrican Art Foundation is a non-profit organization, based in Amsterdam, The Netherlands. It was founded in 2008 by David Oduki to facilitate Visual African Art exchange between Africa and the rest of the world. Royalafrican had it’s first exhibition + children’s art workshops at The Uganda Museum in 2009 

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How it is going

What We Do

Since then, The Royalafrican Art Foundation is engaged in delivering programs in Africa to benefit children. These high-quality children’s programs include causes to set up libraries and museum spaces where local children can come and interact with the rest of the world via workshops, art residencies, seminars to offer outstanding educational programs to both the kids and the parents.

Our mission Royalafrican Art Foundation

Our Mission

Royalafrican Art Foundation is a non-profit organization which aims to facilitate Visual African Art exchange between Africa and the rest of the world through workshops, seminars, residencies and creation of museums and libraries for kids in Africa. Royalafrican.org aims to improve the cultural access to, and visibility of, art. Focusing on the creation, curation of art within the public realm, acting as a dynamic liaison between artists, the local community, local businesses to place artwork that achieves shared goals.

Our Vision Royalafrican Art Foundation

Our Vision

  • Provide Access to Art in a safe environment for community artists, kids and their families where the importance of art as education is brought to the forefront.
  • Royalafrican.org embraces cultural initiatives & diversity, servicing a broad range of local communities as both an incubator and catalyst to nurture, harness, initiate and foster creative projects while inviting and encouraging local public participation.
  • Royalafrican.org operates as an open forum for constructive dialogue and creative conversations, while simultaneously serving as a platform for creative exchanges, cultural production, and artistic collaborations to include workshops, seminars, residencies and competitions.
    Our Goals Royalafrican Art Foundation

    Our Goals

    • Promotion of African art, artists, and social development in Africa
    • Bring awareness of the value having children involved in art.
    • Bring attention to African Artists via Art residencies, Competitions.
    • Organize & promote workshops for kids 
    • Create safe spaces for kids and community to gain knowledge and art appreciation.
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    Royalafrican.org Value

    Royalafrican Art Foundation

    Royalafrican Art Collection

    Royalafrican Collection of Art is comprised of over 200 Art works by Dutch contemporary artists ( worth over EUR 500,000 ). This growing permanent collection of Art is one of the largest collections of European Art in Africa. This collection is a great asset in facilitating African understanding of other cultures. This given that not many African kids have the opportunity to visit museums abroad. In contrast, museums in Europe are filled up with the best African Art works.

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    24/7 Support Available Online

    Royalafrican.org is available to support and answer your questions online 24 hours a day, 7 days a week via our website and via email: info@royalafrican.org

    Accountabilty 100%

    Where does your donation go?

    Royalafrican Art Foundation is a non-profit organization that uses over 73% of donations for the donor programs. The remaining percentage of the donations go into supporting the programs to include marketing, advocacy and administration.

    The transparency to our donors is accessible through our annual impact reports.

    Donors

    Peter Diem
    Corneille
    Karel Appel
    Marion Baars
    Nel van Duijker
    Geoffrey Wijn
    Bram Heiderman
    Mila Jeleznikova
    Eugenie Dammer
    Hemmechien Knip
    Henrike Kowalk
    Ellen Langendam
    Ton Eyssen
    Sabine Spaanderman
    Johann H.R. van den Noort

    Rob Veening
    Tiny Sommers
    Johan Tunzi
    Jan Teunissen
    Esther de Bot
    Martha Fyrigos
    Petra Smits
    Else Thonhäuser
    Patrick de Snoo
    Hedwig Schlötjes – Belle
    Anky Floris
    Kaloek
    Hilly van Eerten
    Joanna Paskewicz
    Ellen van Toor

     

    Renske Groenendijk
    Mieke Winnubst
    Eric Poelert
    Ruben de la Rive Box
    Brigitte Kleiberg
    Justus Donker
    Judith Habraken
    Sharon Overmars
    Eveline Kubbenga
    Henk de Bouter
    Jan Van der Ster
    Maria van Raalten
    Bilal Chahal
    Jennifer Koorndijk
    Harry Versteegen

    Maurits Zijp
    Marisa Rappard
    Erik Zwezerijnen
    Pieter Zandvliet
    Marion van der Veen
    Consuelo Plaza Aranda
    Botas
    Daniel Wichers
    Maxim De Sio
    Daudi Kalungi – Afriart
    David Oduki – MoMAA

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