Friday 12 October 2018
Since the beginning of 2018, Lân Fan Taal has been a free state that welcomes all languages. We celebrate language with – mostly freely accessible – festivals, projections, exhibitions and activities. Lân Fan Taal is also part of the Re-Opening of LF2018, and has organised a great programme for November.
Re-Opening, part of Leeuwarden-Fryslân 2018, will end in November with the 39th edition of the Northern Film Festival. As always, you will be able to enjoy great films, interesting documentaries and local talent, although this year the festival’s spotlight will also be on language.
Friday 14 September 2018
Historian and publicist Jan Minno Rozendal was chosen by the jury of Other Words Fryslân for a residence in Macedonia. sOf the two submitted plans, the jury found that Rozendal’s was the strongest. Next week, he will travel to the Macedonian city of Bitola for an eight week residence.
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Well-known children’s bookmaker Charlotte Dematons drew the vocabulary development illustration ‘Zinspinsels’ for the Frisian libraries and Lân fan taal. The illustration shows what language is all about using some text but mainly images. The Frisian libraries will take the vocabulary development illustration in poster form to more than 56,000 primary school pupils in Friesland in […]
Tuesday 10 July 2018
[PRESS RELEASE – Leeuwarden, 11 July 2018] – On Friday 27 July the third Lân fan taal projection on the Oldehove will premiere. It is the poetic short film One of Us, made by singer/poet Nynke Laverman, filmmaker Douwe Dijkstra and composer/percussionist Sytze Pruiksma. With the collaboration of Catalan poet Eduard Escoffet, Flemish actor Hendrik […]
From 14 December 2018 to 2 February 2019, Lân van Taal, in collaboration with cultural magazine ‘de Moanne’ and BWH designers, is organizing a Marboei exhibition in visitor center Obe.
Most activities on our calendar are connected to one of our (partners) specific projects. But, there are more activities that we would like to bring to your attention in Lân fan taal. These activities you’ll find below.
Within Lân fan taal is of course a place for ‘mienskip’ (means community) projects! Below are the projects that are supported by the special LFT subsidy scheme and are related to ‘theatre’. They are all public-oriented cultural activities with special attention to multilingualism.
In 2018, the University of Groningen and Lân fan taal will organize six popular scientific lectures, with a focus on language. They take place on Tuesday evenings from 20.00-21.00 in Obe. Free entrance, but you have to sign up.