Imagine Spring Residency: The Importance of Cultural Exchange and Openness in Today’s Society

Irwin Hall Auditorium, Beirut campus

The Imagine Workshop and Concert Series (IWCS) is organizing a panel discussion on The Importance of Cultural Exchange and Openness in Today’s Society, as part of its Spring 2020 Residency: From Far Away. 

The event is free and open to the public.

Guest speakers:

Dr. Kimball Gallagher - Founder and Director of Tunisia88

Dr. Kai-Yin Huang - Founder and Director of Kairos Arts

Dr. Claudia Kozman - Assistant Professor of Multimedia Journalism at LAU

Dr. Mona Nabhani - Dean, Faculty of Arts and Sciences at Azm University

Dr. Seba Ali - Assistant Professor of Music and Founder of IWCS at LAU

Nour El Houda Koubaa - Choirmaster at Tunisia88

Raghda Mugharbil (panel moderator) - Part-time Instructor of Oral Communication at LAU 

About Imagine Workshop and Concert Series:

IWCS is a series of concerts, workshops, lectures, panel discussions, exhibitions, outreach and education programs. IWCS strives to contribute to the cultural richness of our community by promoting top quality performances to a diverse local audience; welcoming internationally acclaimed guest artists to collaborate with LAU’s faculty, students and a diverse community; cultivating young artists and new audiences through traditional and innovative educational outreach initiatives, and introducing underprivileged communities to the power of arts.

Full program here

For more info contact Assistant Professor of Music Seba Ali:

For more info about IWCS visit the Facebook page.