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Memories of a Lost Shark is a series of 26 black and white photographs and texts. The correspondence between these invites the spectator to enter a conversation with both photographer and writer in an act of imaginative solidarity with the actors taking centre stage in each of these images – an engagement that allows still photographs to become as fluid as Cuban history.(+)
Latin Piano style program, is the result of many year’s work with children and teacher in Cuba-UK (Primary-Secondary, College and University). It is built on an awareness not only of the needs of beginner but also of the need of professional musician many of whom may have limited musical knowledge, together with the National Curriculum for England.
They will explore the cultural interchange between Spain and Latin-America and the evolution of each region’s gastronomy through the food as it travels between each side of the Atlantic. Many of these food products remained in each land and form part of the actual diets today.
There will be an interactive part where the audience will have the chance to be immersed in all the flavours and fragrances from Latin-American gastronomy thanks to an interesting “Aromas briefcase”.
Violeta, Inés and Louise are women of different ages, whose days pass in apparent calmness on the other side of the window. Wheatfields, mountains, and the streets of an old city provide settings in which Chrysalis recreates these women’s lives, as seen through the light and the beauty of memories.(+)
Located in the most depopulated area of Europe, the province of Soria, where more than 75% of the population is over 75 years old, in the village of Aldeaseñor, there are 14 inhabitants; the youngest is 48 years old, the oldest a woman born in 1900. They are the last generation after an uninterrupted history of more than eight centuries.(+)