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Art & Culture groups and clubs in the Netherlands

Art & Culture groups and clubs in the Netherlands
  • A photography society for internationals and locals in Amsterdam with regular meetings, courses, workshops, exhibitions and photo excursions.

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  • A community aiming at securing a safe place for receiving writing feedback as well as cultivating writing skill and enhancing power of expression.

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  • The AATG is an amateur group who enjoy, perform and support English-language theatre.

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  • Canticum Anglicum specialises in English choir music (the works of the Cathedral tradition of the Anglican Church). The repertoire largely consists of works by composers such as Byrd, Croft, Tallis, Purcell, Stanford and Wesley.

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  • A chamber choir composed experienced singers that gives three to four concerts each year.

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  • Cecilia International Choir is one of the established, English-speaking, mixed-voice choirs in the area of South Holland.

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  • Decorative & Fine Arts Society of The Hague

    DFAS was founded in 1991 with the aim of enhancing the appreciation and enjoyment of the arts.

  • IMAGES is a group of enthusiastic photographers from over 30 different countries. Its members share skills, ideas and critique in order to inspire and improve their photographic skills, covering a wide range of experience and formats, from beginner to experienced, film to digital and colour to black & white.

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  • Production and performance of amateur theatricals by English-speakers in the area of Dordrecht.

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  • The International Women's Choir of The Hague with members from many different countries.

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  • Club aiming at encouraging the practice of Morris dancing.

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  • An art club for babies and toddlers in Amsterdam: play, explore, feel, create!

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  • SENSE brings native, English-speaking language professionals into contact with each other and provides a resource network of skills and experience.

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  • The St. Andrew's Society of the Netherlands promotes Scottish culture and raises funds for charities in Scotland and the Netherlands.

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  • Studio Jean is an international art center in The Hague where people of different nationalities come together to learn about art in all its forms.

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  • Sweet Adelines International is a worldwide organisation of women singers committed to advancing the musical art form of barbershop harmony through education and performances.

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  • A Scottish folk dance group in Eindhoven

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  • Wordsinhere is the cross-section of the Dutch literary scene, where cultures, nationalities, languages, styles and genres meet.

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