Princess Laurentien and Princess Margriet at ECF Awards

On March 15, 2016, Princess Margriet, Princess Laurentien and Prince Constantijn attends the Princess Margriet Award for Culture ceremony at the Stadsschouwburg in Amsterdam, The Netherlands. Princess Margriet is the former president of ECF, Princess Laurentien the current. The award was initiated by ECF in 2008 and includes a sum of 25.000 Euros for each laureate.
The ECF Princess Margriet Award for Culture is a platform for showing those whose creative work can truly make a difference to Europe’s varied societies, underlining ECF’s belief that social and political change requires artistic and cultural engagement.
An international, interdisciplinary Jury , chaired by ECF Director Katherine Watson, gathered together in October 2015 to assess the nominations and select the two Laureates of the 2016 ECF Princess Margriet Award for Culture.
The members of the 2016 Jury are: Andreas Broeckmann (Curator, Leuphana Arts Program, Lüneburg/Berlin), Bojana Cvejić (Performance theorist and maker, Brussels/Belgrade),
Chris Dercon (Director, Tate Modern, London), Juan Freire (Founding Partner, Teamlabs and mmodulUS, Madrid),
Saskia van Stein (Director of Bureau Europa, platform for architecture & design, Maastricht).
The award was initiated by ECF in 2008 in honour of the organisation’s former President, HRH Princess Margriet of the Netherlands
The Award was established in partnership with the Dutch Ministry of Education, Culture and Science and the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

1 comment:

  1. Princess Magriet looks great in that purple outfit - it's modern and flattering. The outfit would look even sharper with grey or another lighter shoe colour.

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