• Vaahaka Hedhun – Hahdhunmathi

    Vaahaka Hedhun – Hahdhunmathi

    Emmenge is excited to announce another round of Vaahaka Hedhun. This time held at Laamu Atoll. Nine artists… three days, in a collaborative space, creating stories.  Information booklet: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B0smemGI0G2OdEFrT0hPZ21ZYWM/view?usp=sharing Application form: http://goo.gl/forms/gdRf2IEIeU

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  • Call for artists, Vaahaka Hedhun

    Call for artists, Vaahaka Hedhun

    Emmenge is excited to announce another round of Vaahaka Hedhun. This time held at Dhaalu Atoll. Fifteen artists…five days, in a collaborative space, creating stories that inspire you.   Information booklet: https://goo.gl/IYsNGJ Online form: https://goo.gl/IoKP0h

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  • SHIFAANGE HAZAANAA SHIKAARAKURUN

    SHIFAANGE HAZAANAA SHIKAARAKURUN

    A story created by one of the artists, Munshid Mohamed, who participated in the Moodhu Maakandhu Festival, Held at AA. Ukulhas in 2015. Emmenge in partnership with IUCN Maldives held a Vaahaka Hedhun; a story making workshop, by inviting artists from across disciplines to create stories at Ukulhas during the festival period. Artists resided on the island for two days collecting and creating the stories. “Moodhu-Maakan’du Fest 2015″ (word derived from the local language, Dhivehi – “Moodhu” means The Sea, “Maa-kan’du” means […]

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  • Thauleemas Thauleem

    Thauleemas Thauleem

    A story created by one of the artists, Dhahau Naseem, who participated in the Moodhu Maakandhu Festival, Held at AA. Ukulhas in 2015. Emmenge in partnership with IUCN Maldives held a Vaahaka Hedhun; a story making workshop, by inviting artists from across disciplines to create stories at Ukulhas during the festival period. Artists resided on the island for two days collecting and creating the stories. “Moodhu-Maakan’du Fest 2015″ (word derived from the local language, Dhivehi – “Moodhu” means The Sea, “Maa-kan’du” means […]

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  • A Pioneer in Waste Management on AA. Ukulhas

    A story created by Ahmed Ishan (Dinba), who participated in the Moodhu Maakandhu Festival, Held at AA. Ukulhas in 2015. Emmenge in partnership with IUCN Maldives held a Vaahaka Hedhun; a story making workshop, by inviting artists from across disciplines to create stories at Ukulhas during the festival period. Artists resided on the island for two days collecting and creating the stories. “Moodhu-Maakan’du Fest 2015″ (word derived from the local language, Dhivehi – “Moodhu” means The Sea, “Maa-kan’du” means the Open Ocean) […]

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  • kalhuhuhthu

    A story created by Ahmed Ishan (Dinba), who participated in the Moodhu Maakandhu Festival, Held at AA. Ukulhas in 2015. Emmenge in partnership with IUCN Maldives held a Vaahaka Hedhun; a story making workshop, by inviting artists from across disciplines to create stories at Ukulhas during the festival period. Artists resided on the island for two days collecting and creating the stories. “Moodhu-Maakan’du Fest 2015″ (word derived from the local language, Dhivehi – “Moodhu” means The Sea, “Maa-kan’du” means the Open Ocean) […]

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  • Vaahaka Hedhun – Hahdhunmathi

    Vaahaka Hedhun – Hahdhunmathi

    Emmenge is excited to announce another round of Vaahaka Hedhun. This time held at Laamu Atoll. Nine artists… three days, in a collaborative space, creating stories.  Information booklet: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B0smemGI0G2OdEFrT0hPZ21ZYWM/view?usp=sharing Application form: http://goo.gl/forms/gdRf2IEIeU

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  • Call for artists, Vaahaka Hedhun

    Call for artists, Vaahaka Hedhun

    Emmenge is excited to announce another round of Vaahaka Hedhun. This time held at Dhaalu Atoll. Fifteen artists…five days, in a collaborative space, creating stories that inspire you.   Information booklet: https://goo.gl/IYsNGJ Online form: https://goo.gl/IoKP0h

    Continue reading »

  • SHIFAANGE HAZAANAA SHIKAARAKURUN

    SHIFAANGE HAZAANAA SHIKAARAKURUN

    A story created by one of the artists, Munshid Mohamed, who participated in the Moodhu Maakandhu Festival, Held at AA. Ukulhas in 2015. Emmenge in partnership with IUCN Maldives held a Vaahaka Hedhun; a story making workshop, by inviting artists from across disciplines to create stories at Ukulhas during the festival period. Artists resided on the island for two days collecting and creating the stories. “Moodhu-Maakan’du Fest 2015″ (word derived from the local language, Dhivehi – “Moodhu” means The Sea, “Maa-kan’du” means […]

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  • Thauleemas Thauleem

    Thauleemas Thauleem

    A story created by one of the artists, Dhahau Naseem, who participated in the Moodhu Maakandhu Festival, Held at AA. Ukulhas in 2015. Emmenge in partnership with IUCN Maldives held a Vaahaka Hedhun; a story making workshop, by inviting artists from across disciplines to create stories at Ukulhas during the festival period. Artists resided on the island for two days collecting and creating the stories. “Moodhu-Maakan’du Fest 2015″ (word derived from the local language, Dhivehi – “Moodhu” means The Sea, “Maa-kan’du” means […]

    Continue reading »

  • A Pioneer in Waste Management on AA. Ukulhas

    A Pioneer in Waste Management on AA. Ukulhas

    A story created by Ahmed Ishan (Dinba), who participated in the Moodhu Maakandhu Festival, Held at AA. Ukulhas in 2015. Emmenge in partnership with IUCN Maldives held a Vaahaka Hedhun; a story making workshop, by inviting artists from across disciplines to create stories at Ukulhas during the festival period. Artists resided on the island for two days collecting and creating the stories. “Moodhu-Maakan’du Fest 2015″ (word derived from the local language, Dhivehi – “Moodhu” means The Sea, “Maa-kan’du” means the Open Ocean) […]

    Continue reading »

  • kalhuhuhthu

    kalhuhuhthu

    A story created by Ahmed Ishan (Dinba), who participated in the Moodhu Maakandhu Festival, Held at AA. Ukulhas in 2015. Emmenge in partnership with IUCN Maldives held a Vaahaka Hedhun; a story making workshop, by inviting artists from across disciplines to create stories at Ukulhas during the festival period. Artists resided on the island for two days collecting and creating the stories. “Moodhu-Maakan’du Fest 2015″ (word derived from the local language, Dhivehi – “Moodhu” means The Sea, “Maa-kan’du” means the Open Ocean) […]

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  • Dhon Thuhthu

    Dhon Thuhthu

    A story created by Ahmed Ishan (Dinba), who participated in the Moodhu Maakandhu Festival, Held at AA. Ukulhas in 2015. Emmenge in partnership with IUCN Maldives held a Vaahaka Hedhun; a story making workshop, by inviting artists from across disciplines to create stories at Ukulhas during the festival period. Artists resided on the island for two days collecting and creating the stories. “Moodhu-Maakan’du Fest 2015″ (word derived from the local language, Dhivehi – “Moodhu” means The Sea, “Maa-kan’du” means the Open Ocean) […]

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  • Aiman The Innovator

    Aiman The Innovator

    A story created by the artists, Shamin Nizam & Ahmed Imad who participated in the Moodhu Maakandhu Festival, Held at AA. Ukulhas in 2015. Emmenge in partnership with IUCN Maldives held a Vaahaka Hedhun; a story making workshop, by inviting artists from across disciplines to create stories at Ukulhas during the festival period. Artists resided on the island for two days collecting and creating the stories. “Moodhu-Maakan’du Fest 2015″ (word derived from the local language, Dhivehi – “Moodhu” means The Sea, “Maa-kan’du” […]

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  • Shamhas First Dive Attempt

    Shamhas First Dive Attempt

    A story created by the artists; Shamin Nizam & Ahmed Imad, who participated in the Moodhu Maakandhu Festival, Held at AA. Ukulhas in 2015. Emmenge in partnership with IUCN Maldives held a Vaahaka Hedhun; a story making workshop, by inviting artists from across disciplines to create stories at Ukulhas during the festival period. Artists resided on the island for two days collecting and creating the stories. “Moodhu-Maakan’du Fest 2015″ (word derived from the local language, Dhivehi – “Moodhu” means The Sea, “Maa-kan’du” means the […]

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