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Beyond Us versus Them – The Role of Culture in a Divided Europe

 

2 Mai 2017 at 6:30 pm

to be held at the
Representation of the State of Baden-Württemberg to the European Union, Brussels

Populism, extremism and Euroscepticism: To what extent can the cultural sector counteract these increasing divisions, which can be understood as an internal threat to the European project? What new forms of cultural cooperation would such a role require?

This event will continue last year’s stimulating discussion at the “European Angst”, organised by the Goethe-Institut in Brussels, as well as ifa’s previous event on the role of culture in the European Union’s external relations.

Keynote: Adam Broomberg, Artist, "Hands Off Our Revolution"

The public conversation will be followed by a "100 years ifa" reception with a performance by DJ Dunya and saxophonist Vincèn Robin.

Please register for this event until 26 April 2017.

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Isabell Scheidt
Phone +49.711.2225.219
scheidt(at)ifa.de

Representation of the State of Baden-Württemberg to the European Union
Rue Belliard 60 – 62
B-1040 Brussels

  • Registration: 5.45 pm
  • Start: 6.30 pm

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Cultures of We

“Cul­tures of We” is a project by ifa. The online magazine focuses on cur­rent issues relat­ing to com­mu­nity, diver­sity and peace.

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