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NOC workshops in Paris!
The NOC organization has recently been busy again with workshops in hospitals in and around Paris

NOC workshops in Paris!

Thursday, November 11, 2021

The NOC organization has recently been busy again with workshops in hospitals in and around Paris. Long-term sick children can express their creativity in a fun and cozy way. The director of Talens France, Isabelle Bove-Mengelle, supported this wonderful project from her position.

NOC workshops are currently being held in several hospitals in and around Paris. In this way, children between 7 and 20 years old can express their creativity in a fun and interactive way. NOC wishes to organize even more workshops in hospitals so that every child who is admitted despite the illness can still have fun!

 Beautiful works of art are created. And we are proud that we have been able to contribute to this. The wall of art has made it to 30 metres!

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RTF Art Collection at the CODA Museum

RTF Art Collection at the CODA Museum

The Royal Talens Foundation owns an extensive art collection of over 200 pieces of art. From December 2021 till March 2022, a carefully selected collection of these pieces could be admired in the CODA museum in The Netherlands.
'Art for a Cause' SOS Children's Villages South Africa

'Art for a Cause' SOS Children's Villages South Africa

On March 19, at 4 locations of SOS Children's Villages South Africa, no fewer than 11 artists were painting together with the children.