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Closing Event of the First European Assembly of Contemporary Art Centres

This Time, We Talk About Gender

Carreau du Temple

Paris

Table ronde de clôture de l'Assemblée européenne des centres d'art contemporain — 28 novembre 2022 — Carreau du Temple, Paris — Identité visuelle : Loraine Furter.
Table ronde de clôture de l’Assemblée européenne des centres d’art contemporain — 28 novembre 2022 — Carreau du Temple, Paris — Identité visuelle : Loraine Furter.

On Monday 28 November, DCA and its European partners meet at the Carreau du Temple in Paris for a closing round table discussing the main themes addressed during this first European Assembly of Contemporary Art Centres.

With:
— Sepake Angiama, Artistic Director of the Institute for International Visual Arts (Iniva) in London.
— Antonio Cataldo, Artistic Director of Fotogalleriet in Oslo, Steering Committee Member of the European Assembly of Contemporary Art Centres.
— Agnès Saal, haute-fonctionnaire à l’égalité, la diversité et la prévention des discriminations au ministère de la Culture.
— Ursula Schöndeling, Free curator, writer and artmediator, member of the board of ADKV Arbeitsgemeinschaft deutscher Kunstvereine.
— Manuel Segade, Director of CA2M Centro de Arte Dos de Mayo in Madrid, Steering Committee Member of the European Assembly of Contemporary Art Centres.
— Elfi Turpin, Director of the CRAC Alsace, Centre rhénan d’art contemporain, in Altkirch, Co-president of DCA the French national network for contemporary art centres, and Steering Committee Member of the European Assembly of Contemporary Art Centres.

Chaired by Géraldine Gourbe, Philosopher, Art Critic and Curator, Professor at The TALM School of Art and Design in Angers.

Monday 28 November 2022, 7-9 pm
Carreau du Temple, 2 Rue Perrée, 75003 Paris
Free and open to all, Simultaneous French<>English interpretation

Website europeanartassembly.org

An online-event organised by DCA — French national network of contemporary art centres, with support from the Ministry of Culture, the Institut français as part of a development agreement, the Fondation des Artistes, the City of Paris, and the Carreau du Temple.