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Brouhaha International

Our vision & mission
The Vision “To be a dynamic and innovative global arts organization’

Our Mission “To champion diversity and participation within the arts developing and delivering work in local, national and international contexts that meet the needs of artists cultural operators and communities”

Brouhaha International is committed and focused on celebrating diversity and widening participation within the arts, engaging with a wide range of individuals, groups and organizations. At home and abroad our arts engagement work has enabled us to promote and develop the idea that diversity is linked to creativity, maintaining our belief that the more diverse our workforce and programmes the more creative we are as an organization as we draw upon a global cultural and artistic experiences.

In the coming years we intend to strengthen our carnival arts and festival work whilst developing our organizations abilities to deliver a range of new and exciting cultural initiatives and arts projects.

Our future activities will continue to embrace and celebrate a diverse range of arts work with a commitment to the realization of performing arts projects in public spaces, on the streets, in park, in community venues and site specific outdoor locations. We strive to provide professional platforms and opportunities for artistic and cultural excellence and as we move forward to create great art, without losing sight of our purpose, vision and core values.

Associated Member

A jfc Medienzentrum project

with national and international partners in the framework of the international ROOTS&ROUTES network.

Funded in the framework of the programme „VIELFALT TUT GUT. Youth for Diversity, Tolerance and Democracy" of the German Federal Ministry for Familiy Affairs, Senior Citizens, Women and Youth

And by the Northrhine-Westfalian youth ministry (MFKJKS NRW)

And by the City of Cologne

Until May 2008, the project was additionally funded by the EU-Programme CULTURE 2000