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28.10.2021 18:30

Open gathering of women's network Univers'elle

Pay what you can

Univers'elle presents:
Bar univers'elle #2

Bar Univers’elle @ Syllabus

Univers'elle, a network of Ghent women with a focus on diversity, invites you to Bar Univers'elle on Thursday evening 30 September, 28 October and 25 November. The event is organized in Syllabus, an artwork by artist Jesse Jones: a monumental curtain in Kunsthal Gent that welcomes (activist) groups.

Thursday 28 October

More info in Facebook event

  • We start at 18.30
  • The address is Lange Steenstraat 14
  • You're welcome to join Fien from the Kongostraat, departure at 18h
  • Register: send an email to fien.vanwolvelaer@in-gent.be or call/sms/WhatsApp to 0472 07 25 59 (mobile number Fien)

We are very much looking forward to seeing you (again),

Fien, Hava

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