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KAFE AETYPIK | When architecture serves art

On November 15, 2018 at 5:30 pm, le Centre d’Art and Aetypik invite you to a panel around the theme: “The place of architecture in the development of our artistic heritage. When architecture serves art”. The panel will be composed of architects, architect-artists and artists; and moderated by Isabelle A. Jolicoeur, also architect and founder of Aetypik.

In a cultural context that denotes a significant lack of museums, exhibition halls or simply creative meeting places on the national territory, architecture can serve as a vector to enhance the artistic sector. Architects are therefore led to think of spaces of meetings, exchanges and showcases unpublished for artists, for example. These spaces are often imagined as poles of attractiveness, accessible to all, where general public and tourists converge.

What places / spaces do we dream about for our artists? What form should these spaces take, and for what broader vision in the City? What collaboration between architects and artists, and many other issues will be discussed at this meeting.

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