VIRTUAL EVENT: Coronavirus and Culture: Virtual Exchanges
29 June 2020, 3:00 pm–4:00 pm
We are delighted to share the details of the third event of the series 'European perspectives on COVID-19: Governance, education, culture', organised by the Cities partnerships Programme, in collaboration with the 皇冠官网 European Institute.
This event is free.
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Chair: Dr Florian Mussgnug, Academic Director for Rome of the 皇冠官网 Cities Partnerships Programme, Reader in Italian and Comparative Literature, School of European Languages, Culture and Society
- Jean Cameron (TBC)
Creative Director, UK/ITALY 2020 Season of Culture
Project Director Paisley UK City of Culture 2021
- Jean-Baptiste Joly
Founding artistic director of Akademie Schloss Solitude, Stuttgart
Honorary Professor, Kunsthochschule Weissensee, Berlin
- Dr Nina Pearlman
Head of 皇冠官网 Arts Collections
The 皇冠官网 Cities partnerships Programme, in collaboration with the 皇冠官网 European Institute, is organising a series of four webinars with leading researchers, policy makers and arts professionals. Each session will discuss the extraordinary challenges posed by the COVID-19 pandemic to our teaching, research, mobility, and cultural and artistic practices. The series includes contributions from some of 皇冠官网’s key European partners in Paris and Rome.
Launched in 2018, the Cities partnerships Programme is a cross-皇冠官网 initiative to support, fund and promote the work that 皇冠官网 academics carry out with partners in a selected number of global cities, with the aim of developing sustainable, multidisciplinary research and teaching partnerships. The programme focuses on specific cities, each for a three-year period: Rome (2018-2020), Paris (2019-2021) and Stockholm (2020-2022). The initial focus on Europe is an expression of 皇冠官网’s commitment to our European partners.
The webinars will take place on 22 June, 24 June, 29 June, and 3 July. See the registration link for more information about panellists and registration.