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City/Cit?: Translating Cities and Cultures 

City/ Cit?: Translating Cities and Cultures event flyer

In the midst of the COVID-19 public health crisis and the Black Lives Matter Movement, social issues are exacerbated. Already engaged in the transformation of their cities, a group of artists, urban planners, entrepreneurs, elected officials and researchers embarked on a journey to examine the process of city-making in France and California. The Oakland/Saint-Denis project was born under a common conviction: our cities must be built collectively and with the arts and humanities at the center.

California Humanities and Villa San Francisco are launching City/Cit?: Translating Cities and Cultures, a series of community conversations to enlarge the conversation and celebrate the release of the Oakland/Saint-Denis Cooperation Project publication with L?gendes Urbaines.


Tuesday, October 13
10-11 am PDT
Informal Discussion 11-11:30 am

 

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Introductions by:

  • Juliette Donadieu, Cultural Attach?, Cultural Services French Embassy
  • Laure Gayet, Founder, L?gendes Urbaines
  • Julie Fry, President and CEO, California Humanities

Panelists:

  • Sarah Crowell, Artistic Director, Destiny Arts Center
  • Sim?n Adinia Hanukai, Artistic Director, Kaimera Productions
  • Valentine Roy, Territoire Culture et Cr?ation, Plaine Commune
  • Pierre-Emmanuel Becherand, General Manager, Grand Paris Express

Moderator: Joaquin Alvarado, StudiotoBe

Questions? Contact Kirsten Vega at kvega@calhum.org. 

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California Humanities promotes the humanities-focused on ideas, conversation, and learning-as relevant, meaningful ways to understand the human condition and connect us to each other in order to help strengthen California. An independent non-profit and partner of the National Endowment for the Humanities, California Humanities has provided grants and programs across the state since 1975. To find out more about California Humanities and the projects we support, visit calhum.org.

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