Sinchi has created a global network of members who either already operate in the indigenous space or are parties interested in supporting communities or projects. Representatives range from aboriginal corporations, photographers, music producers to funding partners. Our aim is to identify and match partners for collaboration and bridge the gap between the Indigenous and the Western world.
CINEBLEND FESTIVAL is the new name for the Beeld voor Beeld festival, a yearly documentary film festival focusing on issues of cultural diversity, now in its 27th year. Rooted in visual anthropology, the festival screens documentaries on various (sub)cultures, offering discussions and seminars. The festival serves as a meeting place for filmmakers and audiences from [...] Continue Reading
Interested in Creative Collaboration
Pakhuis de Zwijger is a unique cultural organisation which opened its doors in 2006 and has grown to be an independent platform for and by the city of Amsterdam and its inhabitants. Pakhuis de Zwijger celebrates its tenth birthday. It started with a dream, sprung from Cultuurfabriek and the directorship of Over het IJ Festival [...] Continue Reading
Interested in Community Projects, Creative Collaboration, Funding (requested), Galleries, Media content (provided), Speaking at Events
“Iron is full of impurities that weaken it, through forging it becomes steel.” Sensei Ueshiba. What is Iron Yogis? Iron Yogis is a practice of breathing, living, exploring and sharing life experiences that offers a mentoring experience within diverse communities. Through music, the meditative practices of Qi Gong and Yoga, we share our understanding of balanced [...] Continue Reading
Interested in Creative Collaboration, Funding (provided), Galleries, Media content (provided), Speaking at Events
Jimmy Nelson (UK, 1967) started working as a photographer in 1987. Having spent 10 years at a Jesuit boarding school in the North of England, he set off on his own to traverse the length of Tibet on foot (1985). The journey lasted a year and upon his return his unique visual diary, featuring revealing images of a previously inaccessible Tibet, was published to wide international acclaim. Continue Reading