Alumni Day 2017

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Eva Esseen Arndorff
Evenemang – IMS Tisdag 17 oktober 2017. 16:00-19:30

Alumni Day 2017: Does art make a difference?

“When Art Plays Monopoly”
Alumna Eva Essen Arndorff, CEO TriArt film distribution

October 17, 2017 in Aula Magna. Language English.

Programme:

16.00 Registration, mingle, light refreshments and short guided art tours in Aula Magna
17.00 Welcome speech by Eva Swartz Grimaldi from the University Board
17:05 Panel Discussion “Does art make a difference?”
18.00 Mingle and light refreshments
18.30 IMS Alumni guest lecture: “When Art plays Monopoly” Eva Essen Arndorff, CEO TriArt film distribution, Alumna Cinema Studies

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Tisdag 17 oktober 2017. 16:00-19:30

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