CONF : Symposium « Art and Humanity, What Is Possible ? » — Les mardis 4, 11, 18 et 25 mai 2021, 16h00, en ligne 

Every Tuesday after­noon in May at 4 p.m. (CET), join an inter­na­tional, multi­dis­ci­pli­nary, and inter­ac­tive online sympo­sium on the rela­tion­ship between art and human­i­tarian action. Learn from leading experts and take part in the live cocre­ation of an orig­inal artwork with Swiss artist Gilles Furtwängler

Down­load the general programme of the online symposium

The online sympo­sium Art and Humanity : What Is Possible ? is organ­ised by the Inter­na­tional Red Cross and Red Cres­cent Museum (MICR), the Geneva Haute école d’art et de design and the Inter­na­tional Committee of the Red Cross, in part­ner­ship with the Geneva Red Cross, on the occa­sion of the exhi­bi­tion Concerned. 30 Artists on Human­i­tarian Issues on view at the MICR in Geneva from 27 April to 26 September 2021.

Online regis­tra­tion : Online Sympo­sium – Art and Humanity : What Is Possible ? – Day 1 : Learning Billets, Le mar 4 mai 2021 à 16:00 | Eventbrite

Concept and organisation

  • Julie Enckell Julliard, Director of Cultural Devel­op­ment, Geneva Haute école d’art et de design
  • Pascal Hufschmid, Director, Inter­na­tional Red Cross and Red Cres­cent Museum, Geneva
  • Philippe Stoll, Commu­ni­ca­tion Adviser. Strate­gies, Inno­va­tion and Research, Inter­na­tional Committee of the Red Cross, Geneva

Coor­di­na­tion

  • Pierre-Antoine Possa, Manager, Cultural Projects and Events, Inter­na­tional Red Cross and Red Cres­cent Museum, Geneva

Page de référence : https://​www​.redcross​mu​seum​.ch/​e​n​/​s​y​m​p​osium/