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Social & Cultural Engagement

...sharing memories is soul food...

Join me on some of the social & cultural projects I get most of my inspiration from! I am hoping to encourage and motivate people to do their part in creating sustainable and long-lasting relationships, confronting history together successfully. I am always open for new connections so please don't hesitate to contact me. 

"Be My Guest" Transatlantic Exchange

2021- ongoing

Currently under development.
If you are interested in partnering up with a student from North America to build a sustainable relationship between Europe and Canada/USA, want to become a partner/sponsor, or want to get involved please reach out!
We are looking for individuals who are interested in engaging in dialogues on transatlantic exchanges, promoting reconciliation, and understanding the process not only the outcome. 


Monuments of the Future Transatlantic Exchange

2021- ongoing

The Monuments of the Future Program is to engage in a deep dialogue on the culture of remembrance and, in this context, address the handling of common and opposing memories regarding decolonization, racism, exclusion, and memory narratives beyond the mainstream. Participants include but are not limited to the Bundeszentrale für politische Bildung/bpb (Federal Agency for Civic Education Germany), Harvard University, Ontario College of Art and Design University in Toronto. The program is co-sponsored by the Goethe Institute (Germany). 

April 21. 2022 - April 23. 2022 / Washington, D.C. & Alexandria, VA.
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Thursday, April 21
Workshop with students from Virgina Tech /Class of Prof. Marcía Feuerstein and Mischa Kuball; Reception at Alexandria City Hall 

Friday, April 22
Spaces of Remembrance Design Symposium and Workshop; Reception at Dale Medearis

Saturday, April 23 
Walking tour of US National Monuments with Tim Wright




Dale Medearis
Senior Environmental Planner, NVRC
Susan Piedmont-Palladino
Director, WAAC
Tiffany Pache
Coordinator, Alexandria Community Remembrance Project
Lena Joehnk 
Director of Cultural Programs North America, Goethe Institut
Kathrin Engler
Curator, Goethe Institut
Jim Halloway
Facilities Coordinator, The Lyceum
John Chapman
Member, City Council of Alexandria
Dr. Thomas Lutz
Head of the Memorial Museums Department of the Toporaphy of Terror Foundation, Berlin
Mischa Kuball
Conceptual Artist and professor at the Academy of Media Arts in Cologne
Teddy Rodger
Program Manager, Monuments of the Future

Juli 8. 2022 - Juli 20. 2022 / Berlin & Cologne, Germany 

coming soon

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