Whose Walls, whose voices? Unpacking Vancouver's Politics of Public Art between Place Branding and Healing
The Pufendorf IAS Theme Public Art (2022) together with the CROCUS network and the Department of Service Management and Service Studies invite you to a lecture and ensuing discussion with Dr. Friederike Landau-Donnelly, Department of Cultural Geography, Radboud University, the Netherlands on the topic of Whose Walls, whose voices? Unpacking Vancouver's Politics of Public Art between Place Branding and Healing.
Friederike Landau-Donnelly’s research centres on issues of conflicts in urban public spaces, political mobilizations around arts, culture and memory, and‘the political’ in cities. She is in Lund visiting in connection with her upcoming fellowship as a guest researcher with the Pufendorf IAS Theme Public Art and The New Commons 2022-2023 https://www.pi.lu.se/en/themes-0/public-art-and-new-commons
The lecture and seminar is held for researchers in the Theme Public Art, researchers within the CROCUS network at Lund University, and researchers at the Department of Service Management and Service Studies and also for students at the Culture and Creativity Management Master´s specialisation at the same department
The main Lecture hall, the Pufendorf Institute, Lund University, Biskopsgatan 3, Lund
(Please note that this is an internal seminar, if you wish to attend but are not part of invited networks, please contact coordinator Ulrika Wennersten)
ulrika [dot] wennersten [at] har [dot] lu [dot] se