Davos 2022

The time is now for arts and culture to unite us

Never has there been a time more important, more pressing, than the present for arts and culture to unite us. Image: Ahmad Joudeh

Joseph Fowler
Head of Arts and Culture , World Economic Forum
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A highlight of the arts and culture program at the Annual Meeting in Davos this year is the concert that will be performed by musicians Emanuel Ax and Yo-Yo Ma.
A highlight of the arts and culture program at the Annual Meeting in Davos this year is the concert that will be performed by musicians Emanuel Ax and Yo-Yo Ma. Image: Jason Bell

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