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Sunday in the Courtyard

Sunday in the Courtyard

Anna Gas, Laia Viñas, Pol Guasch & Jordi Nopca/Carlos A. Scolari & Glòria Salvadó and Pere Ortín

Debate

Free with pre-booking

Sunday in the Courtyard, a programme of the CCCB and Laie bookshop offers lectures, conversations and recitals, from the essay through to children’s and young people’s books, with the aim of contributing to keep our city’s cultural richness alive.

Using the Pati de les Dones, an open space at the CCCB that has now been adapted for regularly programmed events, Sunday in the Courtyard offers activities that, informally and simply, expand the fabric of relations and projects linked with the world of books. The CCCB and the Laie bookshop are working together in this project to continue celebrating the transformative power of the word and literature. Stay up to date with this programme with the hashtag #diumengealpati and at the Laie website.

 

Sunday May 9, 12.00

The first times: conversation with Anna Gas, Laia Viñas and Pol Guasch moderated by Jordi Nopca

How many times do we pay attention to a new literary career? How many times are expectations confirmed? How many times is it interrupted or dissolved? Jordi Nopca will moderate a conversation with three new voices in the narrative: Anna Gas, Laia Viñas and Pol Guasch, the three winners of a prestigious award and a place won in the Catalan literary scene.

Limited places, prior registration is necessary.

 

Saturday May 22, 12.00

Snack culture. Conversation between Carlos A. Scolari, Glòria Salvadó and Pere Ortín

Tweets, memes, clips ... we are surrounded by textual and audiovisual capsules that develop their own strategies of seduction and survival. Carlos A. Scolari, Glòria Salvadó and Pere Ortín will talk to us about the poetics of random brevity in the flow of technological immersion.

Limited places, prior registration is necessary.

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