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Tea for five- Opium Clippers, Neja Tomšič performance

Tea for five- Opium Clippers, Neja Tomšič performance

Tea for five
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Jiwar Writing Program 2018

Jiwar Writing Program 2018

  The Indian writer, translator, cultural journalist and literacy activist Arundhati Deosthale, the Uruguayan Quebec-based writer and language teacher Lucía Flores and the London-born young writer and storyteller Adjoa Wiredu were selected to come to Jiwar into this year’s Writing Program. Here they will work each on experiences as a literacy activist, on a novel...
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Artists conversation: 1. Mohamed El Harb & Domènec

Artists conversation: 1. Mohamed El Harb & Domènec

Jiwar starts its conversation program between an artist in residence and a local artist. Domènec and Mohamed El Harb share their projects and visions about Barcelona, Beirut and Jerusalem linking the gentrification processus, the manipulation of memory and the social challenges between these Mediterranean cities.
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Jiwar’s therapeutic garden

Jiwar’s therapeutic garden

In the frame of Wil Weldon research, this video explains the collaboration between JIWAR and ARAPDIS through the care of plants and vegetables. This project was part of the video documentary research about the vegetable gardens in Barcelona by which Wil Weldon was selected for the 2nd edition of Jiwar’s Making neighbourhood project.
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Jennifer Lee Wieber. Lingua franca.

Jennifer Lee Wieber. Lingua franca.

Jennifer Lee Wieber is an artist and arts educator, based in New Brunswick, Canada.  She is on the faculty of the New Brunswick College of Craft and Design (www.nbccd.ca), and the Board of Directors for ConneXion Artist Run Centre (www.connexionarc.org). Currently English is a “lingua franca”, but the ability to communicate across languages in a...
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AIR ANGOLA. Extended deadline.

AIR ANGOLA. Extended deadline.

AIR Angola 2019 Extended deadline until the 10th of May Open call for visual artists living and working in Spain                 @Ndongo Mukongo Suekí https://www.sueki.online/
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Adjoa Wiredu, writer selected Writing Program 2018

Adjoa Wiredu, writer selected Writing Program 2018

Adjoa Wiredu likes to capture personal experiences and process. Her home city, London has inspired much of her writing and two recent projects. The desire to learn more about storytelling led to a university module in Paris. There she studied for three months of a Masters degree in 2017, culminating in Places in Paris. In...
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Lucía Flores, selected writer Writing Program 2018

Lucía Flores, selected writer Writing Program 2018

Lucía Flores is an Uruguayan writer living in Quebec, Canada for more than 30 years. She has published several children’s books among which we can find the novel Le congrès des laids, (in English The uglys’ congress) edited by Hurtubise HMH  in 2001 and also its Spanish translation, El congreso de los feos, edited by Planeta in Uruguay in 2015. That novel had a good reception since...
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Open call visual artists. Angola AIR 2019.

Open call visual artists. Angola AIR 2019.

AIR Angola 2019 Open call for visual artists living and working in Spain @Ndongo Mukongo Suekí https://www.sueki.online/
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Selected authors Writing Program April

Selected authors Writing Program April

Resolution of the Selection Committee. Writing program 2018 We have received 91 applications from authors from 32 countries and 11 writing languages: Spanish, English, French, dialectal Arabic, Hindi,  Bengali, Mazahua, Portuguese, Polish, Classic Arabic and Turkish. Winner full grant residence and travel: Arundhati Deosthale, non fiction, India Finalists: Geovannys Manso, poetry, Cuba Lindo Kushle, non...
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