at Hatertseweg 65, Nijmegen, 6533 AC Netherlands
Ghetto Exposed Foundation trains disadvantaged youth in development countries with an artistic talent to become professionals - Stichting Ghetto Exposed leidt kansarme jongeren in ontwikkelingslanden met een artistiek op tot professionals
Ghetto Exposed focuses on a small group of youth in slums and selects on talent and motivation. Ghetto Exposed is based on the local situation and shows the strengths and talents that are hidden in slums (exposing the positive side). By training and supporting the select group locally, Ghetto Exposed ensures that the youth can distinguish themselves and in the long term provides in their own livelihood. Ghetto Exposed richt zich op kansarme jongeren in sloppenwijken en selecteert op talent en motivatie. Ghetto Exposed gaat uit van de lokale situatie en laat de krachten en talenten zien die schuilgaan in sloppenwijken (exposing the positive side). Door de geselecteerde groep ter plekke te ondersteunen en gericht op te leiden, zorgt Ghetto Exposed dat deze jongeren zich kunnen onderscheiden in hun eigen land en op de lange termijn zelf in hun levensonderhoud kunnen voorzien.
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Dates and venue are confirmed! GE's graduation show and exhibition will take place May 17th at the Michael Joseph Centre. Exhibition will run up to May 21st. Don't miss it, keep an eye on our fb page for the poster!
Intensive photography workshops have started again. A lot of work to see, things to evaluate and plans to make. From now on the graduation period will start. We hope in May 2014 all GE photo students will graduate. They will all have to work harder then ever but we are confident they will succeed!
Jowen Gaasbeek, thank you so much for organising this fundraising event (Vintage Tennis Tournament) for Ghetto Exposed! Jowen raised 404 euros! Great job. We are very happy with such great initiative!
Thanks to everyone involved the first evening of Exposing the Positive Side was a great success!!! We would like to thank everyone who came to the show/exhibition. You were a great audience! If you missed it, don't worry: Exhibition is opened daily between 9am and 5pm until the 21st of May. The last show for this group of students in Ghetto Exposed will be on Tuesday 20th 6.30. Email your name, amount of tickets and phone number to: email@example.com
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Tap dance workshops start tomorrow at 10.00 am at the GoDown Arts Centre! Please make sure to keep time. If you've not yet registered: the list for participants with allowances is full but you can still come on your own expenses and enjoy the incredible teaching of Marieke! Come and dance with us! The workshops are free and we would love to dance with as many people as possible. Dates: 20-22, 25&26, 27&28th of May. Feel free to share!
Next week Marieke van der Ven (mariekevanderven.nl) from the Netherlands will be teaching free tap dance workshops in Nairobi! The dates: 20-22 May, 25&26th of May and 27&28th of May. The workshops will be held from 10 am to 4 pm in the GoDown Arts Centre and are open to all dancers. Ghetto Exposed is offering an allowance of 150 Ksh per day for tansport or lunch to a maximum of 15 participants who will attend all days. Please register a.s.a.p by sending an email or text to firstname.lastname@example.org, 0700045452.
Wondering what is happening at Ghetto Exposed? Our dance and photography projects are being evaluated by an independent party. Once we have the report we will start making concrete plans for the future again. However, we have started to brainstorm and meet potential partners again and in terms of graduates we see that many of them are very active in the dance and photography field in Nairobi. We are very proud of you all!
Hi everyone! We still have some seats left for Exposing the Positive Side for tomorrow evening. Please send an email to email@example.com if you would like to come! Last chance to see this graduation show!!
We are super proud at GE Photo student Stephen Ouma. Not much time left before the whole world get's to know his work! Steve just heard that he won the African Rising Youth Photo Contest. This price will take him to a conference in Mozambique, together with a lot of other African journalists and policymakers from Africa and beyond. The contest sought to capture Africa's opportunities, innovation and challenges through the eyes of Africa's youth. The winning pictures will be showcased at the forthcoming conference "Africa Rising: Building to the Future", organized jointly by the Government of Mozambique and the International Monetary Fund on May 29-30, 2014, in Maputo, Mozambique. Jury report: 'Based on the originality and impact of your submission, our judges decided that you did an excellent job of capturing the conference theme.' Yesterday Steve already heard that his image is one of the best 36 in another competition and now will be exhibited in Vienna 23-25 of June and after travel to all Austrian Embassies!! And believe it or not. The images that won were shots from when he just started at Ghetto Exposed and taken with a small snapshot camera. Great shots but he even has better ones. Come and see Steve's and the other students great work it at our exhibition 17th till 21st of May at Michael Joseph Centre Nairobi!!