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Coronavirus and Culture: Creative Futures

Date:

07/03/2020


Coronavirus and Culture: Creative Futures

ICI London Director Katia Pizzi joins John Newbegin OBE (co-founder of Creative England and chair of Counterculture) and Roy Alexander Weise MBE (co-artistic Director of Royal Exchange Theatre Manchester), at a webinar part of the series European Perspectives on COVID-19: Governance, Education, Culture, organised by the UCL Cities Partnership Programme in collaboration with the UCL European Institute.

Creative industries and cultural organisations are under enormous pressure. This seminar brings together three leading figures in the cultural world, who have called for new creative strategies and policies. We discuss the future of the arts during and after the coronavirus pandemic. How do artists and cultural organisations contribute to provide a robust foundation for society, in times of growing uncertainty and deep divisions? How can different sectors of society support the arts in this moment of great crisis? How can international collaboration promote examples of good practice and develop positive futures for the arts?

Chaired by Dr Florian Mussgnug, Academic Director for Rome of the UCL Cities Partnerships Programme, Reader in Italian and Comparative Literature, School of European Languages, Culture and Society

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Date: Friday, July 03, 2020

Time: From 3:00 pm To 4:00 pm

Entrance : Free


Location:

Online

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