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What is Future Kulture?
The history of Future Kulture & its links to the Bay Area.
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The history of Future Kulture began in the Bay Area with Archie Lee Bell Jr & the Future Kulture dancers in 1991-1993.
In the 1990´s, everything was better big. most night clubs in San Francisco were multi-floored and had 1000 plus guests.
One of the early dance troupe´s were organized by Archie under the name Future Kulture. The dancers performed weekly at DV8, DNA, Divisadero, The BOX, and Howard Street.
In 1993, Ray Andrews, one of the dancers from Future Kulture was headhunted and brought to Copenhagen, Denmark to assist in opening a night club which coincidentally was named X-Ray.
Ray brought the dance style to the club and his network with American and European artist. The actual leadership and management of X-Ray were the might management by Morten Fabricius and Day management by Kim Thurman, whom together deserve 100% credit for the clubs success.
After less than one year, Ray left X-Ray and started his study of European Anthropology in Amager, DK.
Future Kulture, the association was started in 1994 as a youth association under the Copenhagen Commune with the goals of creating cultural program for youth within the fields of sports, music and exchange.
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Raymond Marcel Andrews
I have been working for Future Kulture from 1991-1993 as a Dancer and later as a youth leader in Copenhagen, Denmark arranging youth program throughout the communes. Moving FUKU forward is my mission.
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Future Kulture has been running for many years with contributions and commitments from a wide variety of partners, friends who later have become like our family.