19 June - Plaza del Agua in Altea - 8 pm.
The juries of the Altea Literature and Research Awards, with the collaboration of the UA Enric Valor Research Chair, have had the opportunity to study, analyse and evaluate a total of 161 original works presented. Participation this year has reached an all-time high in its three modalities. Limited seating capacity. Book your free admission ticket.
Paula Coronel Orellana, our trainee collaborator during this four-month period, brings us closer to the UA Travelling Exhibitions Programme; a wide and varied exhibition catalogue open to society as accessible material for cultural and educational centres, town councils and other institutions. Its goal is to promote the integration of the University of Alicante in the province through its venues and off-campus lecture halls.
The Adult Learning Centre UPUA presented on Tuesday 8 June its production of 'La Marquesa Rosalinda', by Valle Inclán. Photographs of the performance by David Carrillo on the Facebook @CulturaenlaUA.
From 11 June to 25 July - MUA El Cub exhibition hall
The MUA will host the EAC promoted by the Juan Gil Albert Institute, bringing us closer to a multidisciplinary and plural set of 24 works that explore the possibilities of art to rescue historical memory, encourage reflection on art, enable spatial play and experiment with unconventional media that expand boundaries towards textiles, recycling or industrial materials. Opening 11 June, at 6 pm.
Friday 11 June - 20.00 h. - Alicante's Teatro Principal
The UA Master's degree in Applied Drama presents one of the most famous comedies of William Shakespeare, 'As You Like It', under the direction of actress Amanda Harris, in a production by TEADA. Alejandro Tous from Alicante leads a cast of 12 actors from the Master's degree in this version translated into Spanish by John Sanderson, the Master's academic director. Tickets on sale.
Application period from june 15 to July 18
The University of Alicante Museum (MUA), announces the seventh programme of residencies for artistic creation and research. The aim of this programme is to award 5 grants to carry out five artistic projects in the MUA facilities. The call is open to artists or groups of any age and nationality and is open to any art discipline within the framework of visual arts.
The UA classical theatre group premiered its powerful "Fuenteovejuna 2040", a free version of collective creation based on one of Lope de Vega's best plays, at the Auditorium on 1 June. The photos of the performance, by David Carrillo, can be seen on the @CulturaenlaUA Facebook profile.
7 June - On line - 12 noon
The International Archives Week has been celebrated since 2007 with the aim of making visible, analysing and disseminating the mission of archives. The UA General Archive has programmed a webinar on Transparency and Archives and the publication of an audiovisual project on short films about the archive, the AGUA collection to disseminate some unique documents.
3 and 4 June- La Marina UA venue
La Marina UA venue opens a new space for debate (Seu Oberta) with two lecturers: one totally online on the stigmatisation of fatness in digital communication, fatphobia and other neologisms, in collaboration with La Nucia UA venue, and another on language keys to find a partner in the digital sphere and the case of Tinder, which will be held at auditorium of La Marina venue and can be also followed at the following link.
4, 9, 18 and 30 June - Alcoy Campus - 7 pm.
The University of Alicante Alcoy Campus, as a firm commitment for promoting diversity in our society and on the occasion of LGTBIQ+ Pride month, has organised the '1st LGTBIQ+ Film Series', in collaboration with the LGTBI MARIola group. Four films will be screened at this campus, with a capacity limited to 26 people.
Internationally renowned choral festival "Limerick Sings" in Ireland has selected one of its songs for the next festival this year 2021 that will take place from 11 to 13 June, both in-person and on-line. It is the traditional Hebrew composition "Hine ma tov" (Behold how good), recorded by our choir during the lockdowns. It will be broadcast on 11 June at 3 pm (Spanish time) on the Festival's Facebook profile, as part of a video of choral rehearsals.
13 June - MUA
Artist Aurelio Ayela teaches this in-person workshop to turn throwaway objects into art to use and keep, focusing on those common everyday disposable objects (especially single-use packaging), to give them a much more unlimited and free destination. Free registration for the activity, for all audiences, will be open from 7 to 10 June.
Wednesday 9 June- UA Auditorium - 7pm.
The UA Choir proposes a concert full of novelties and suggestions, with pieces of different styles, periods, cultural and musical traditions: works by Valencian composers, pieces by Albinoni and Fauré, opera, pieces adapted from pop and classical musicals. Tickets by invitation at Instanticket.
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Tuesday 8 June - UA Auditoium - 7 pm.
Ramón María del Valle-Inclán wrote 'La Marquesa Rosalinda', following the canons of the Commedia dell'arte theatrical genre that emerged in Italy in the mid-sixteenth century. Lovers, a cuckolded husband and a failed attempt for revenge are the main characters of this fable. The UA Lifelong Learning Programma Thetare Club (UPUA) premieres the present adaptation of this play, by Begoña Tenés. Admission by invitation at Instanticket.
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