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Laurent Sauvage

Participates in 1 Session

Laurent Sauvage graduated in art history, opera singing and political science. His professional career first led him to work with the Palais des Beaux Arts in Lille (as curator of the exhibition Lille in the 17th century: from the Archdukes to the Roi-Soleil) then at the Musée de la Chartreuse of Douai (as responsible for the management and preventive conservation of the collections). Subsequently, he collaborated with various French musical institutions (operas and festivals) before undertaking a doctorate in urban studies. He is interested in the mobilization of culture and heritage as drivers of local development and in cultural commons. As part of his thesis, directed by Juan-Luis Klein and Diane-Gabrielle Tremblay, he examines the contribution of cultural actions in integrated urban revitalization neighborhoods in Montreal from the theoretical perspective of territorial cultural commons.


Sessions in which Laurent Sauvage participates

Wednesday 10 May, 2023

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Sessions in which Laurent Sauvage attends