What is Future Kulture?

The history of Future Kulture & its links to the Bay Area.

Sometimes you just have to be open for your life to change in order for growth to happen!

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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Past projects

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Howard Street

Howard Street is a street in San Francisco's South of Market District.

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Bay Area Cultural

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Art Exhibit

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Services

The way to get started is to quit talking and begin doing!

DUNK 96-99

Brand Identity

DUNK was a project arranged at various sports fields throughout Høje Tastrup, Hedehusene, Taastrup, Øksen, and Blåkildegard from 1996-1999

Transport Exchange

Consulting

Transport Exchange were multilateral youth exchanges arranged between 8 countries where the participants broke into working groups of; music, media, art, and dance.

Social Media

Social Media

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Presse Play

Marketing Planning

Presse Play is a European level program based on young people creating and posting their ideas, and interests on a European level blogging platform. http://wwwpresseplay.com

Street Games

Product Design

Street Games is street basket and football played within the city with music, prizes and fun for young people and kids who might need direction.

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Future Kulture - youth programs

Projects

Our portfolio speaks better than words!

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Raymond Marcel Andrews

Activities Director

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. 

tel. +45. 4098 7554
futurekulture@hotmail.com

CONTRIBUTORS TO THE CAUSE

Meet our smart & creative guys

You don’t build an association, you build up people, then the people build up the association.

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.

Archie Lee Bell Jr

Creator - Future Kulture Dancers
Archie Lee Bell jr was the leader of the Future Kulture dance troupe, based in San Francisco, California from 1988 until now. Archie is still creating culture and sharing his vibe with the world.

Stephen OReilly

IT Coordinator
Stephen OReilly has been around Future Kulture since its beginning in Denmark in 1994. Stephen has been a driver and contributor to the programs success.

Charlotte S Sørensen

Director - 1998-2009
Charlotte Schwarts-Sørensen was the first Director of Future Kulture. Charlotte established the association in cooperation with Raymond and led the growth of the association during its greatest growth.

Frank Sarfo Osei

Director - 2017-2021
Frank Sarfo has been a participant, youth leader and now Director of Future Kulture since 2017. Frank has participated in over 10 years of programs since the age of 15 in Ishøj during the European Youth Week in 2009.

Mulla Avci

Treasurer
Mulla Avci oversees the finance and membership for Future Kulture since 2018. Although their have net been EU programs since 2017, Mulla has participated and led many Domestic & European level projects for Future Kulture.

How we plan our projects

Step by Step - Arranging an EU Project

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Identify Stakeholders

A stakeholder is anyone who is affected by the results of your project plan. That includes your customers and end users. Make sure you identify all stakeholders and keep their interests in mind when creating your project plan.

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Prioritize Goals

Once you have a list of stakeholder needs, prioritize them and set specific project goals. These should outline project objectives, or the metrics and benefits you hope to achieve.

3.

Define Deliverables

Identify the deliverables and project planning steps required to meet the project's goals. What are the specific outputs you're expected to produce? Next, estimate due dates for each deliverable in your project plan.

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Create the Project Schedule

Look at each deliverable and define the series of tasks that must be completed to accomplish each one. For each task, determine the amount of time it will take, the resources necessary, and who will be responsible for execution.

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Identify Risk Assessment

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Present Plan to Stakeholders

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