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Council member, Rabih Azad-Ahmad, visits CAVI

On 23 April 2014, Rabih Azad-Ahmad, Chairman of The Culture Committee of the Municipality of Aarhus, paid CAVI an insightful visit.

2014.04.29 | Marie Louise Juul Søndergaard

Picture 1: The guests begin the meeting with a guided tour of CAVI

On 23 April 2014, Rabih Azad-Ahmad, Chairman of The Culture Committee of the Municipality of Aarhus, paid CAVI an insightful visit. The council member was introduced to CAVI’s artistic and cultural practices and projects, and Aarhus University’s Smart Aarhus project was also presented. The meeting supported a general connection between CAVI’s activities and Rabih Azad-Ahman’s field, and created opportunities for future collaboration in the areas of Smart Aarhus, art, and culture.

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