Froukje de Jong-Krap

Froukje de Jong-Krap works as a freelance translator, cultural advisor and as a guide in the world’s oldest working planetarium, situated in the town of Franeker. In her free time she is the producer of the project Potatoes go Wild, one of the main programmes of Leeuwarden 2018, Cultural Capital of Europe, all of which have a multilingual touch. Another of them is a poetry exchange with Valletta, Malta, the twin cultural capital. Froukje is also the chair of a Frisian umbrella organisation called EBLT, a network and advisory platform on Frisian and other minority languages, and is involved in other cultural and multilingual boards and activities.