Festival Mundial

Mundial Productions
Noordstraat 111
5038 EH Tilburg
The Netherlands

+31 (0)13 -543 1335

Annually, Tilburg, The Netherlands

More about Mundial Productions at the Power of Culture

Subsidies for Mundial, Theatre Embassy and Music May Day to end

April 2010 -

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs' new financing regulations for development collaboration have farreaching effects for several Dutch organisations which are active in the field of culture and development.


The Power of Culture to be relaunched in collaboration with Global Village Media

January 2010 -

The Power of Culture web site is to be relaunched in a broader platform with a new publisher: Global Village Media. The identity of the Power of Culture will be maintained in the new design with the added benefit that Global Village Media’s cross-media platform offers new, promising perspectives.


ArtEast and Cascoland, 'the real Kirgizian artists'

September 2009 -

Art students from Kirgizia and artists from Dutch Cascoland presented their 'interventions in public space' during Boom-Boom, the fourth International Contemporary Art Exhibition in Bishkek, August 2009.


Ugandese music, dance and film festival recovers after bad start

July 2009 -

At the first Bayimba festival, poor attendance and failing sponsors inflicted huge financial losses on the organisation. But it managed to pull itself together and this year, against all expactations, it's back on its feet.


Drumming amazons

June 2009 -

For The Power of Culture, Koulsy Lamko made a personal, literary portrait of the Rwandese women's drum group Ingoma Nsyha.


Promotional project for traditional show people from Delhi

April 2009 -

The Kalakar Trust from New Delhi is dedicated to improving the living conditions of the many artists in the slums of the Indian capital.


Cultural Development Trust: lobby and practical support

March 2009 -

As the ninth millenium objective, culture is prominently present in the conclusions drawn by the third United Cultures for Development conference. According to the Cultural Development Trust, which organised the conference, this is useful, since it makes it possible to put culture and development on the agenda without quickly falling into a political discussion.


Shared Rhythms from Benin and Suriname

February 2009 -

Okobua from Surinam was linked with Percus Nomades from Benin for a Dutch tour. It turned out to be a cooperation which highly inspired both companies.


'In Ghana, dance stands for respect and reconciliation'

December 2008 -

One of Ghana's cultural policy stars is the National Dance Company. Joshua Trebi explains why the company, established in 1962 , is so successful.