Event starts at 8 pm ET on Thursday, January 27, 2022Online screening of documentary Composer les Mondes starts at 6:30 pm ET
Price: Free online symposium on the Museum’s Facebook page
Missed the Night of Ideas? Watch the event recording below.
Join the Aga Khan Museum, the Consulate General of the Republic of France in Toronto, and the French Institute for an evening of art, performance, and ideas rooted in the humanity’s defining challenge of the 21st century. How can we make our planet inhabitable again?
A World in Common on Thursday, January 27 will feature contributions from a diverse line-up of artists, activists, and leaders — thinkers who enrich our own understanding of our relationship with the natural world and how we can preserve it for future generations.
Streaming for free on the Museum’s Facebook page starting at 8 pm ET, this captivating programme will include:
Composer les Mondes will be streaming on the Museum's Facebook page starting at 6:30 pm ET on January 27 — just before the A World in Common presentation. Watch the hour-long documenary and then tune into the discussion! Click the video below to view a short trailer of the film.
A World in Common is presented as part of the French Institute in Paris’s global Night of Ideas (La Nuit des Idées). Debuting in 2016, the soirée invites renowned French and international thinkers to engage with the most interesting and relevant issues of our time. Taking place annually on the last Thursday of January, Night of Ideas has grown to include more than 200 spinoff events in about 100 countries.
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