Damasfusion is an Afro-jazz fusion artist from Namibia.
French pianist, Karol Beffa, will be doing a unique solo piano concert on the silent film "The Ladies' Delight" 🎹🎥
OYO will celebrate its birthday with a challenge: 20 hours of dancing. Twenty one-hour slots have been created.
Zingerwingz is a 25 year old Windhoek born and raised Theatre Practitioner and Live Performer who studied African Performing Arts. She’s a storyteller who uses the different art disciplines to communicate the stories she wants to tell.
Join us for a whole day event of live music, ambiance and dance, arts and crafts, foods and drinks from many Francophone Countries !!!
On this occasion, on March 14, 2023 the relay around the world "Terre de Jeux 2024" will pass through Namibia. The FNCC will be, for one day, the host of sports events.
2023 started with the same old talks of corruption, gender-based violence and controversies.
The Franco Namibian Cultural Centre (FNCC) will be hosting a night of love songs with Voices of Windhoek on Tuesday, 14th February for Valentines’ Day.
Human Rights are complex issues. But rights come with responsibilities. Join us for a continuation of the Human Rights Day celebrations with the OYO dance troupe presenting "Transformation".
Join us for an evening of music and poetry with Elemotho.
The FNCC is proud to host yet another Katutura Fashion Week show for two days for a third time around. You can join us on the 25th - 26th November 2022 for a red carpet moment from 5pm - 6pm before the event kicks off at 7pm.
Namib Yaantu means “Vast place of the people” Her real name is Toshi Haufiku, she was born in Onanjokwe a village close to Ondangwa, Namibia on 16th of July, 1989. She began writing songs as a teenager but never signed to any labels.
6. “We believe in public art as a vehicle for communicating urban concerns, health, and well-being and to anchor arts and culture more deeply in Windhoek's urban identity.” Dennis Schroeder, Goethe-Intsitut Namibia Director. The festival co-produced by Goethe-Institut Namibia and National Theatre of Namibia, and proudly sponsored by the Franco-German Cultural Fund.
Song Night Sessions is elated to present Cherlien for the fifth and final instalment for 2022 at FNCC!
Born in exile in Zambia and raised as a child in Angola, Tulonga Wahengo’s musical influences began in refugee camps through revolutionary songs, traditional Congolese rumba and kizomba.
Slated for 24 September 2022, the Fair is the culmination of the focus areas of the "Buy Local, Grow Namibia" campaign since inception. It will focus on the creative industry in various forms from art, fashion and film to local performers, SME retailers and product innovators in the first of its kind market under the BUY LOCAL GROW NAMIBIA campaign brand.
If you missed the first demo class, you can catch us for another one.
Join us, together with Big Mitch and Kgosi on the 25th of August for a session of laughter.