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Rhythms of the City: a public debate (The Mediterranean Dimension project)
March 3 @ 10:30 am - 12:30 pm| Tickets
Date and Time: Saturday 3rd March 2018, 10:30AM – 12:30PM
Venue: Cinema (S James Cavalier)
Price: Free of charge, but subject to booking
‘[The shores of the Mediterranean] differ in terms of people and population, ethnicities, history, specific features of the economy, in culture and in religion. […] With regard to Mediterranean ports, they are marked by commercial relations that were the beginning of Greek civilisation […] power and political authorities that sought to dominate the town through the domination of space, were constituted very early. These powers drew and continue to draw on space as a means of control, as a political instrument.’
Rhythms of the City: a public debate, draws from Lefebvre’s provocations in ‘Attempts at the Rhythmanalysis of Mediterranean Cities’. The debate will bring together a number of professionals/experts in the fields of interculturalism, multilingualism, cultural festivals and cities – all within the context of this year’s The Mediterranean Dimension project.
The debate will start with three main provocations and proceed with reactions from a number of professionals/experts, leading to a public debate.
The Mediterranean Dimension is an ARC Research & Consultancy project supported by Arts Council Malta and the Valletta 2018 – European Capital of Culture Multi‐Annual Support Grant (Malta Arts Fund), in collaboration with Medinea, Festival d’Aix-en-Provence, Spazju Kreattiv, Malta Philharmonic Orchestra, A Soul for Europe, Centre for Research in Culture and Performance at the School of Performing Arts – University of Malta and Malta Society of Arts.
St James Cavalier
Castille Place, Valletta VLT1060 Malta
- Spazju Kreattiv – Fondazzjoni Kreattività, St James Cavalier, Valletta
- ARC Research & Consultancy
- 120 min
- intercultural, dialogue, Mediterranean
- Creative Team
- Managing Director - Davinia Galea; Director - Mario Frendo; Assistant Project Manager - Stephanie Bonnici
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