São Miguel, Azores
April 14, 2016, 9:30AM-5:30PM
FIA Director of Programs and Exhibitions Alexandra McIntosh is participating in Periférica, a public seminar that brings together eight speakers around the topic of “new artistic centralities.”
Organized by Azorean cultural association Walk&Talk, the seminar will be divided into 3 panels—institution, festival and academy—and will address the relationship between centre and periphery in contemporary artistic creation.
Airan Berg – European Culture Capitals (AT)
Jorge Bruno – Museu de Angra do Heroísmo (PT)
Mário Caeiro (PT)
Ana Cristina Cachola (PT)
Agustin Ferrando – Costa Contemporanea (ES)
Luís Ferreira – Bons Sons (PT)
Alexandra McIntosh – Fogo Island Arts (CA)
Rarita Zbranca – AltArt (RO)
Walk&Talk is a non-profit association dedicated to the promotion and integration of audiences and spaces through art. Sharing many parallels with Fogo Island Arts and the Shorefast Foundation, Walk&Talk was established in 2011 with the vision of stimulating the Azores through cultural investment, catalyzing contemporary artistic expressions while assuming the peripheral and insular context as an opportunity of creation and exhibition.