Current Projects

1. Lost and Forgotten Dances:

Asia Culture House has partnered with Porsesh Research and Studies Organization and Aga Khan Trust for Culture to implement the project, “Lost and Forgotten Dances”. The project aims at identifying and reviving those dances that have been forgotten or are vulnerable to being forgotten. As a result of this project, a detailed research paper and a documentary film will be produced. Identified dances will be performed in Kabul by performers who would be trained.

2. Afghan Documentary Film Festival:

ADFF is an International Afghan Documentary Festival in Sweden, with films from around Afghanistan by Afghan’s and films about Afghanistan by international filmmakers. Each year, the Festival presents a selection of cutting-edge documentaries about Afghanistan and it’s one of the most typical and anthropologist film festivals about Afghanistan, to introduce the young and new generation of filmmakers, as a platform to share the works of filmmakers, artists who have unfortunately been marginalized by the authority.  It will present stories of lives affected by war, discrimination, and injustice. These stories are of people who have resisted oppression and fought against violence to create a more human world.

This year we will organize 5th round of this festival. Stay tuned for more information.

3. Parwaz Painting Festival:

Asia Culture House will organize Parwaz Painting Festival to celebrate 8th March, International Women’s Day. This project is being funded by United Nations Development Program and will be implemented during March-April 2018.

Through the project, nation-wide painters will submit their works that shed light on women’s life in Afghanistan. A jury of qualified artists will select three best works. Producer of first best painting will receive $ 1,500, creator of 2nd best painting will receive $ 1,000 and 3rd best painting holder will receive $ 5,00.

In addition, ten more artistically rich works will be selected for felicitation.

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