Curatorial Loaf of The Design of Carpets That Design Us, with Dan Handel

Event, in English, Shaughnessy House, 18 November, 6:30pm

Join us for an evening exhibition tour with the curator followed by a discussion around a communal meal of bread, butter, and salt (or as close to a communal meal as we can get in our current circumstances). Ask and be asked questions in a friendly atmosphere. Meet other people who are curious about the same stories.

This loaf on The Design of the Carpets That Design Us is hosted by Dan Handel, creator of the exhibition. An architect and curator, Dan Handel focuses on research-based exhibitions with special attention to the underexplored ideas, figures, and practices that shape contemporary built environments. Photographer Assaf Evron also joins via video.

The conversation will be primarily in English but we are happy to facilitate conversation in French.

Masks and vaccine passports (for visitors 13+) are both mandatory.

This event is free and open to the public. Please reserve a seat here.


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