Public talk: Identity, hybridity, creolisation

11 Sep 2021
Publiek gesprekCentrale for Contemporary Art (Brussel)
How do artists and the cultural sector contribute to multi-voicedness in the city?

On the occasion of the closing weekend of the exhibition BXL UNIVERSEL II: multipli.city, CENTRALE for Contemporary Art invites artists, musicians, writers, associations, etc. to intervene inside and outside its walls.

Artists and citizens who live and work in Brussels will participate in this final weekend, as well as with the collectives and bottom-up initiatives they have set up. Flanders Arts Institute is one of the partners because if the trajectory From new-urban to deep-urban.

With the public conversation “identity, hybridity, and creolization,” we address multi-voicedness in the city, and how artists and the cultural sector contribute to it.

Programme

moderator: Rachida Lamrabet

panel: 

  • Nedjma Hadj Benchelabi
  • Hadassah Emmerich
  • Lisa Ahenkona

language: English

Speakers

Read more about the topic and the speakers.

Time & location

Saturday 11 September
11u00 – 12u30
Centrale for Contemporary Art (Brussels)

Reservations

You can attend the talk for free, but we ask that you make a reservation. You can do so via the link below: reserve a ticket for the 11am time slot on 11/09.

Make a reservation through this link