American artist Jon Rubin invited to co-create the third neighbourhood dialogue initiative.
The first week of June 2018 Jon Rubin visits the Marolles and Brussels. The objective of the project team is to identify locally relevant topics and themes for a transatlantic exchange that will strengthen neighbourhoods on both sides of the Atlantic. The following step will be to identify and visit a neighbourhood in Cleveland, US.
The project is conceptualised by ifa laboratory and implemented by Arts Lab Brussels.
Managers for project and exchange: Johanna Suo, ifa laboratory, Brussels and Arlene Watson, FRONT, Cleveland.
This project is supported financially by the German Marshall Fund of the United States and implemented by alumni of its leadership programs.
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