‘YOUth day #3: Telling and teaching colonial history in postcolonial times’
As part of the Next Generation, Please! exhibition, this round table presents the monumental installation by students at Athénée Léonie de Waha High School in Liège, in collaboration with British artist Bruce Clarke. The project focuses on Rwanda’s modern history and the country’s post-genocide process of remembrance. The round table aims to prompt reflection about the effects of post colonialism on art, and on how the country’s colonial history is taught, with a particular focus on secondary school programmes and sources of information. Several experts and actors on the ground will share their visions, beliefs and experiences: a combination of individual, artistic, educational and institutional perspectives.
Rue Ravenstein 23 1000 Brussels
Limited capacity, registration recommended.