The 4 C's: Culture

We celebrate culture – Wolwedans, and the world, is enriched by culture. Embracing diversity is crucial to our future and seeking common ground nurtures understanding. We live the Wolwedans Way and encourage people to embrace the good it represents. We create a variety of platforms through which we can support, advance and celebrate cultural diversity, and enrich lives by awakening people’s creative spirit.

Wolwedans endeavors to achieve the following long term Cultural impact: “Our world and Wolwedans is enriched by cultural diversity. Celebrating commonality nurtures understanding. Respecting differences is crucial to our future. We foster our corporate culture and encourage all team members to embrace the good it represents. We create a variety of platforms through which we can support, advance and celebrate cultural diversity, and enrich lives by awakening people’s creative spirit.”

Walking the talk:

A piano, strategically assembled inside a glass cube, erected in the middle of the Chateau Plains was the home of the Stranger for 40 days and nights, as he created a series of fractals, destined to become part of a deseet symphony and ultimately a decade long musical project (read more…)

The Wolwedans Soccer Cup has been initiated to promote social cohesion through sport. Apart from providing recreation from hard work, sport bridges cultural differences, addresses social development issues and encourages cultural exchange. (read more…)

Artist Luzius Ziermann's installation 'Signature of the Light' at Wolwedans in 2009 was probably the first artwork, which could be viewed from space... German artist Luzius Ziermann is fascinated by nature, a passion he has expressed in colorful  (read more...)

The second Nice Tafel Lager Music Festival, co-sponsored by the Wolwedans Foundation (NTL MF) took place at the Nice Restaurant courtyard Theo’s @ Nice in no 2 Mozart Street Windhoek 5 March - 1 July 2011. Learning from our experience (read more...)

Several archeologically significant sites occur on the NamibRand Nature Reserve. Rock shelters as well burial sites decorated with rock engravings and containing numerous stone tools from the late Holocene occupation between 5,100 (read more...)

 

Food for thought videos

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Footage and music courtesy of HOME and TheLong Run

Thanks to Yann Arthus-Bertrand and Armand Amar

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