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25.02.2020 19:00

open meeting

Pay what you can

Engagement Gent:
Meeting 25 februari

Engagement Gent meeting 25 February

Location: Kunsthal Gent
19:00 - 21:00h

Engagement Gent hosts another meeting to discuss, share and document sexism, racism, (sexual) harassment and power abuse within the art education and industry in Gent.
You are very welcome to bring others who might be interested.
The meetings are open to people of all genders, please let us know if you're coming by sending a mail to contact@engagementarts.

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