‘Alexandria: (Re)activating Common Urban Imaginaries’ offered a training process that aimed to nurture the historical, societal and artistic knowledge and skills of both heritage and arts professionals. This collective knowledge was generated through a series of 4 workshops specifically addressed at a general audience and professionals such as archaeologists, historians, curators, urbanists, architects, students, artists and scientists.
The themes and set-up of each workshop were developed and communicated over the project’s course. Each address one or more of the exhibition’s themes and was tailored to the organising partner’s area of expertise. The trainings took place in Leiden (Leiden University), Morlanwelz (Musée Royal de Mariemont) in October 2022, Brussels (BOZAR – Centre for Fine Arts),Aarhus (Kunsthal) and Alexandria throughout 2023.
Symposium – June 8, 2023 – Organized at the Institut français d’Egypte à Alexandrie.
The ambition of the project “Alexandria: (re)activating common urban imaginaries” was to ‘think with Alexandria’ in order to create new ideas at the intersection of heritage, cultural innovation and the development of (Mediterranean and European) metropoleis […]
Symposium organized at the Institut français d’Egypte à Alexandrie, June 8 2023, by Leiden University, Mucem and Marwa Benhalim. Registration for the Symposium on the 8th of June : click here The ambition of the project “Alexandria: (re)activating common urban imaginaries” was to‘think with Alexandria’ in order to create new ideas at the intersection of […]