Peter Pan

Tinker Bell and the Mysterious Winter Woods

Tinker Bell and the Mysterious Winter Woods (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Peter Pan is a character created by Scottish novelist and playwright J. M. Barrie. A mischievous boy who can fly and who never ages, Peter Pan spends his never-ending childhood adventuring on the small island of Neverland as the leader of his gang the Lost Boys, interacting with mermaids, Indians, fairies, pirates, and occasionally ordinary children from the world outside of Neverland. In addition to two distinct works by Barrie, the character has been featured in a variety of media and merchandise, both adapting and expanding on Barrie’s works.

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Kerstin zu Pan

“Beauty in unusual circumstances comes easily to the camera of Kerstin zu Pan, one of Berlin’s most original photographers. Her photos are moments amid stories – playful wild stories that leave the reviewer guessing. Her work is expressive, ebulliant, and strange. There is always more here than is apparent at first glance.” Clayton Maxwell, Eyemazing 3/2007

Recognitions:
– Interview: arte creative, 2011
– Buch: “Doppelganger”, Gestalten 2011
– Buch: “Made by Originals”, Design Hotels 2011
– WeWasteTime, Blog, 2011
– Ape on the Moon, Interview, 2010
– 180 Magazine, Interview, 2010
– Designhotel Yearbook 2010, worldwide
– Beautyalbum 01, Seltmann+Söhne, 2010
– Papercraft, Gestalten, 2009
– Art Magazin, Interview, 2010
– if it´s hip it´s here, Interview, 2010
– Svärta, Blog, 2010
– Reality Sandwich, Interview, 2010
– Kanye West, Blog, 2009
– Artistaday, Blog, 2010
– Ektopia, Blog, 2010
– Sniffcode, Blog, 2010
– Share Some Candy, Blog, 2010
– Mixul de Cultura, Blog, 2010
– Urbania, Blog, 2009
– TSA, Blog, 2009
– The World´s Best Ever, Blog, 2009
– Rainbowzombies ate my unicorn, Blog, 2009
– Not common people Blog, 2009
– Monster Casserole, Blog, 2009
– Lifelounge, Blog, 2009
– Juxtapoz, Blog, 2009
– It´s Nice That, Blog, 2009
– Illusion 360, Blog, 2009
– If it´s hip, it´s here, Blog, 2009
– Diabetic Dew 555, Interview, 2009
– Designhotels, Blog, 2009
– Change of thought , Blog, 2009
– Augenblicke, online magazin, 2009
– Artistic Things, Blog, 2009
– Alem do cubo branco, Blog, 2009
– ROJO, “Pure Solid True”, 2009, worldwide
– Designhotels Yearbook, 2009, worldwide
– Directions, 2009, worldwide
– The First Post, The Big Picture , UK 2008
– FOTOHABER, Issue 7/08, Turkey
– Eyemazing, Issue 03/2007, The Netherlands
– Vision Magazin, China 2007
– MAX BIG ISSUE, Germany 2007
– 180 Magazine, Love Me, Canada 2007
– Art & Design, China 2006

J Roald Smeets – Pan is an intercultural arts organisation

cross-cultural communication

cross-cultural communication (Photo credit: pipcleaves)

Pan is an intercultural arts organisation dedicated to the exploration of cultural diversity through the arts and how such work can inspire and implement social change. This is achieved through workshops with young people who are marginalised and at risk of social exclusion, performances, festivals, seminars and conferences. Pan helps its participants find a voice through drama, dance, music, writing and film.  We work with people from all cultures and religions to encourage a world where we respect and understand each other’s lives, discovering the possibilities of our rich diversity.

We have developed a range of programmes to support the development, and unlock the potential, of those in need, including a Refugee Arts Programme, an Arts Against Violence Programme and an International Theatre for Development Programme.  More recently we have implemented an integration initiative where these strong, but previously separate, strands of work move more closely together, sharing skills, artists, inspirations and participants.  This move towards integration gave us the theme word Synergy which is  reflected throughout our work.

Pan Intercultural Arts is a company limited by guarantee no 2051893 Registered Charity no 295324