On the stage of the Théâtre de la Ville-Espace Cardin, from 15th to 19th June, “The Urgency of Alliances” (L’urgence des alliances) will tackle the massive changes provoked by the coronavirus crisis, and co-create practical proposals for the post-COVID-19 period.
The five days are built on the same framework and follow the same path: moving from confinement to public space, from personal and solitary experience to common reflection, from the personal to the political, and finally to an alliance of knowledge. Culture is the practical vector for this work, in combination with health (15th June), the environment (16th June), science (17th June), economics (18th June) and education (19th June).
The days are divided into two parts. In the morning from 11 a.m. to 12:15p.m., the same question about the impact of this period will be asked of each of the day's speakers. This question will be the same for everyone: What has changed in your way of thinking about your profession and your practice in your field of work? The afternoon from 2:00pm to 3:15pm will be a workshop for proposals, which will lead to the production of four practical proposals on each topic.
While respecting health precautions, they are open to the public in the garden of the Théâtre de la Ville- Espace Cardin. Registration required at theatredelaville-paris.com.
LUNDI 15 JUIN - CULTURE ET SANTÉ
MARDI 16 JUIN - CULTURE ET ENVIRONNEMENT
MERCREDI 17 JUIN - CULTURE ET SCIENCES
JEUDI 18 JUIN - CULTURE ET ÉCONOMIE
VENDREDI 19 JUIN - CULTURE ET ÉDUCATION
The Institut français sponsors the “The urgency of alliances” talks organised by Télérama and the Théâtre de la Ville.
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