Our organization is involved in numerous social projects.
Organized by Art & Culture without Borders, between October 3 and 6, 2018, two painting workshops for boys and girls took place in Tangier, Morocco. The painters Paulina Parra (Caracas (Venezuela), 1969) and Kico Camacho, (Argentina 1948), accompanied by the Goodwill Ambassadors of the organization, Princess Beatrice of Orleans and Princess Mina Lhegari.
Art & Culture Without Borders, chaired by Soumaya Akbib presented the works of excellent quality at CONSENTINO City Madrid, (Paseo de la Castellana, 116). The works were exhibited and put on sale before a large audience. Among the guests were Princess Carla of Bulgaria, the Countess of Locksmith, Laddona Bentley, Mariely Usera, Karin Menhert, Miguel Mas and the artists Paulina Parra and Kico Camacho, whose works were auctioned to fund other painting workshops.
collaborations with other organizations
These workshops were held in collaboration with the best artists in the Spanish painting sector at Apramp headquarters. The paintings were painted by victims of sexual exploitation and human trafficking, with the aim that these people can express their pain, suffering and also their hope through painting.
Charity event of exhibition and auction of the paintings carried out in the workshops in collaboration with the association of Apram, where the benefits were destined to the support of both foundations.
The exhibition “Spanish Artists in Doha” at Katara Cultural Village was organized by the foundation with the collaboration of the Embassy of Spain in Qatar. A spectacular space conceived to host all the country’s cultural events that could be held with the support of His Highness Sheikh Hamad Bin Khalifa Al-Thani from the State of Qatar. The project is a group exhibition with the aim of raising awareness of art lovers and collectors in the State of Qatar.
Concurso de niños
The World Health Organization recommends that children express their emotions through creative activities such as drawing and painting.
For this reason, Art & Culture Without Borders organized a worldwide contest for children and adolescents during confinement.
Creating works of art is an activity that allows children to safely tackle difficult problems creatively.
The contest has been a success, since paintings, drawings and photographs arrived from different parts of the world.
The winners of each age group will receive an award from our sponsor ECOALF and all the works will be exhibited and sold to raise funds for Covid -19 affected families worldwide through other NGOs with whom we will be collaborating.
The Art and Culture Without Borders Foundation in collaboration with the ECOALF Foundation gives you the opportunity to participate in the contest for new design talents. This contest is being held to promote creativity in and support young talents in these difficult post-pandemic moments.
Where talent will be rewarded with a show in the next edition of Spanish Arab Fashion.
“Cena Arabe”, held every year by the Art & Culture Without Borders Foundation to raise funds to benefit those most in need. Among the guests are very important personalities from the business sector and goodwill ambassadors who support the cause of the foundation.
4 Adventurous Women (Dra. Alice Kandell (USA), Anamaria Chediak (Ecuador), Maricruz Sainz de Aja (Mexico) Moudhi Alhajri (State of Qatar) and Esmeralda Martin (Kingdom of Spain) will hold a photographic exhibition in Doha (State of Qatar) in favor of the objectives of the foundation.
Two foundations join forces, Art & Culture Without Border and the Aladina Foundation, to carry out a creative painting workshop with children who are victims of cancer. Workshop promoted by both foundations for emotional and recreational support for children and adolescents with this disease.