Explore the integration of culture and urban renewal in the creation of culturally active spaces and great cities. $20 + HST

 

KWAG continues to explore the integration of culture and urban renewal in the creation of culturally active spaces and great cities. This series focuses on cultural destinations, stunning buildings, place-making initiatives, public art, and multi-functional developments. 

Photo of Heidi Reitmaier, a smiling woman with short grey hair and blue eyes wearing a black geometric lace topHeidi Reitmaier
Thursday 11 April | The Walper Hotel
6:30 – 7:30 pm | Reception to follow 
$20+HST
    
Heidi Reitmaier is the incoming Deputy Director and Richard and Elizabeth Currie Chief of Learning and Programs at the Art Gallery of Ontario following her tenure as Executive Director and CEO of the Museum of Contemporary Art Toronto Canada (MOCA). Reitmaier came to MOCA in early 2018 from the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago (MCA) where she was the Dr. Robert N. Mayer Director of Learning and Public Programs. Reitmaier’s work in arts and culture spans over twenty years, having held curatorial and leadership roles with the Vancouver Art Gallery and the Tate, London, alongside roles in education (Institute of Contemporary Arts, London), broadcasting (BBC), digital marketing (Eyestorm.com) and publishing (Women’s Art Magazine, Women’s Art Library). She is a sought-after consultant and lecturer, has served on several arts advisory boards and is an alumna of the Getty Leadership Institute Program 2016.

Culture Talks is presented in partnership with Perimeter Development Corporation.

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April 11th, 2019 6:30 PM   through   8:30 PM
20 Queen Street South
Kitchener, ON N2G 1V6
Canada
Phone: 5195795860
Email:
Culture Talks: Heidi Reitmaier $ 20.00 + $ 2.60 HST

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