Elisabetta on “The Current” today

Dear all, dear Canadian readers, today (8 October 2009), I will be part of the panel on the radio program “The Current” for their segment on interns. The segment is part of a larger series called “Work in progress“, which explores “developing trends in how we work”.

You can listen to it at 8:30 a.m. (9:00 NT) on CBC Radio One and on Sirus Satellite 137, and for those outside Canada, there will probably be a podcast available on the website after the show.

UPDATE: in case you’ve missed the show, here is the podcast (go to “The intern culture”)

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See the exhibition

Berlin: Go to exhibition’s archive

March 5th to 26th, ACUD Galerie, Veteranenstraße 21 (see ACUD press release). Tuesday to Sunday, 2 to 8 pm.
The exhibition in Berlin is over – thanks to everybody for coming!

Hamburg: Go to exhibition’s archive

April, University of Hamburg – April 16th to 30th, University of Hamburg, Foyer des Unigebäudes VMP8, Fakultät für Erziehungswissenschaft Von-Melle-Park 8. Mondays to Fridays from 7 am to 9.30 pm and on Saturdays from 7 am to 4 pm. The building is closed on Sundays. See the exhbition post and the CampusGrün announcement for more information. The exhibition in Hamburg is over – thanks to everybody for coming!

Naples: Go to exhibition’s archive

May 10th to 31st, Archeologiattiva, via Duomo 228, Napoli.
Mondays to Saturdays, from 10 am to 20 pm.
Vernissage on the 10th of May with readings on the topic of internships by Raffaella R. Ferré, author of “Santa Precaria”. More about the exhibition.
The exhibition in Naples is over – thanks to everybody for coming!

Geneva: Go to exhibition’s archive

June 12th to 18th, University of Geneva, Uni Mail Bd du Pont-d’Arve 40, 1205 Genève; Horaires: lundi au vendredi : 7h30 – 23h; samedi : 7h30 – 17h30; dimanche : fermé. The exhibition is over! Thank you all for coming.

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  1. I caught that show. It was excellent. Yet one more example of how popular unsustainable practices are in our global society.

  2. Thank you Shadowfixer!

    I wish I could have made my point better, but alas time runs fast. I hope my work speaks for me!
    Thank you for stopping by!

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