European Cultural Foundation - Krétakör
The ECF Princess Margriet Award for Culture – a tribute to HRH Princess Margriet of the Netherlands, who served as ECF’s President from 1983 to 2007 – is given to European cultural change-makers whose work shows the power of cultural engagement in making social and political change possible.
the European Cultural Foundation (ECF) awarded the 2016 ECF Princess Margriet Award for Culture to socially-engaged theatre-makers Krétakör (Budapest, Hungary). Krétakör received the Award for its exceptional bodies of artistic and cultural work in developing critical spaces of social participation and political experimentation through culture.
“Culture contributes to an open and innovative society” said Bert Koenders, Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Netherlands
"The ECF Princess Margriet Award recognizes the very meaning of the Krétakör Foundation and through this Award ECF brings joy to many people - to everyone who has collaborated with us and to those who we have worked for." Schilling Arpad
Zerocom was commissioned by ECF to represent Krétakör and the award in the public domain in Hungary and to coordinate a press trip to Amsterdam to the the Award Ceremony.
Photo by Xander Remkes