A conversation with Mayor Libby Schaaf of Oakland, California and Mayor Mathieu Hanotin from Saint-Denis, France.

In the midst of the COVID-19 public health crisis and the Black Lives Matter Movement, social issues are exacerbated. Already engaged in the transformation of their cities, a group of artists, urban planners, entrepreneurs, elected officials and researchers embarked on a journey to examine the process of city-making in France and California. The Oakland/Saint-Denis project was born under a common conviction : our cities must be built collectively and with the arts and humanities at the center.

To enlarge the conversation California Humanities and Villa San Francisco invite you to City/Cité : Two Cities, Two Mayors, One Goal on January 14th, 2021

Join Oakland, California Mayor Libby Schaaf and Mayor Mathieu Hanotin from Saint-Denis, France as they discuss what makes their cities special and their shared goal of engaging artists and communities to build creative and inclusive cities.

10.00 – 10.05 am Welcome and Introduction
10.05 – 11.00 am Moderated panel
11.00 – 11.30 am Q&A

Moderator: Joaquin Alvarado, StudiotoBe
Address your questions ahead of time to  Kirsten Vega: kvega@calhum.org.
Free upon registration, click here

Initiated at the end of 2018, the Oakland/Saint-Denis international cooperation is a project of the Cultural Services of the French Embassy in the United States and Villa San Francisco with California Humanities, the French American Cultural Society, the Institut Français, and in collaboration with Légendes Urbaines.

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