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Jasper Walgrave (*Antwerp, 1974) is in Cape Town since September 2007, where he is the Head of Pro Helvetia Cape Town, the Southern African liaison office of the Swiss Arts Council. Graduated in History and Sociology, he has built an extensive experience in management and administration of arts projects and arts-related structures, mostly in Portugal, Belgium, Mozambique and South Africa, focusing on exchange between and within Western Europe and Southern Africa.

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