• round table
  • Aubervilliers
  • 2017/2018 cultural season

 


The place of immigrants in our society: integration and clandestinity – what art can do.

Saturday 30th September 2017, at 6 pm
at La Commune centre dramatique nationale
2 rue Edouard Poisson in Aubervilliers

 

As part of the opening of the 2017–2018 cultural season of Aubervilliers, Les Laboratoires d’Aubervilliers and La Commune centre dramatique national are organising an encounter/discussion focusing on one of the issues underlying their programming.

Questionning the place of immigrants in our society: integration and clandestinity, this round table will be an opportunity to engage with and talk about La Commune's L’Ecole des Actes  project; Spanish artist Paloma Polo's Classes de Lutte residency project with the collaboration of the anthopologist Léopoldine Manac'h; and artist Barbara Manzetti's Rester étrangers  project, backed by Les Laboratoires d’Aubervilliers. Also taking part will be Olive Martin and Patrick Bernier, artists working with a class of newly arrived immigrant pupils at the Jean Moulin junior secondary school, as part of the département's 1% for art scheme.

With the participation of Émilie Hériteau (dramatist), Paloma Polo (artist), Léopoldine Manac'h (student in anthropology), Barbara Manzetti (artist), Olive Martin et Patrick Bernier (artists).

 


Centre for migrants at Porte de la Chapelle in Paris (XVIIIe) _ image DR