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Online event about multicultural art archives

CCHS colleague Alda Terracciano is one of the invited speakers at the online event: Multicultural Art Archives: Part 1 of the "Multicultural Art Institutions at the Crossroads" series conceived by CREATURE and CFCCA.

Multicultural Art Institutions at the Crossroads is a two part series of panel discussion with art/cultural policymakers, art practitioners and professionals, and academic researchers, seeking to unpack the challenges and expectations faced by multicultural art organisations.

Multicultural Art Archives is one part of the set to articulate the role and challenges of institutional archive as an active agency for memory that expresses and sustains multicultural heritage through contemporary visual art.

Multicultural Art Institutions at the Crossroads is a project seeking to understand the ways in which cultural policy impact on the operation of creative labour, organisations and artistic production in the building of and sustaining multicultural heritage.

Date and Time: Thu, 4 March 2021, 13:00 – 15:00 CET

Registration link below.

https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/multicultural-art-archives-tickets-139982584679?aff=erelpanelorg

Alda Terracciano

Dr. Alda Terracciano is Honorary Research Fellow at UCL and Co-leader of the Archives cluster at the Centre for Critical Heritage Studies. She is also founding Chair of Future Histories archives. As an artist and director of Aldaterra Projects, she has explored the intersection between bodies, memories, urban space, and digital environments with culturally diverse communities nationally and internationally.

a.terracciano@ucl.ac.uk