Madrid (EFE).- Women’s Day is claimed, but it can also be celebrated in the cinema with the recently considered best film in history, “Jeanne Dielman, 23 quai du Commerce, 1080 Bruxelles”; in the fine arts museums of Bilbao or Seville or attending “online” the delivery of the legacy of great writers.
Among all the cultural events planned for the celebration of 8M this Wednesday, eight selected throughout Spain stand out below:
Granada 100% woman
Next Saturday, the artist from La Mancha, Rozalén, will headline the poster for ‘Granada 100% mujer’, a festival designed by the Granada city council with the Revivir la Azucarera Platform that will offer ten hours of women’s culture for everyone.
Also in Andalusia, in Seville, the Museum of Fine Arts is going to do two daily tours explaining the importance of women in the paintings in the art gallery.
An audiovisual project in Bilbao
The Bilbao Fine Arts Museum exhibits the audiovisual project Ikuspuntuak. It is a project led by the filmmaker Tamara García Iglesias (Lasarte-Gipuzkoa, 1978), a new narrative about the work of eight women artists from her own collection made by other creators who develop her work today.
Among them, established authors such as Estíbaliz Sádaba, Mabi Revuelta, Malus Arbide and Elena Goñi, and young creators such as Maider Aldasoro and Amaia Suberbiola, who talk about their work and their influences in as many 12-minute episodes projected in a loop.
Tribute to great theater actresses in Madrid
The Academy of Performing Arts of Spain pays tribute in a public act on the 8th at the Instituto Cervantes to María Galiana, Josefina Meneses, Rosa Valenty, Carmen Rojas and Pacita Tomás.
At the ceremony, five men -Luis García Montero, director of the Cervantes Institute; Daniel Bianco, director of the Teatro de la Zarzuela; Joaquín Gómez de Segura y Mayorga, playwright; Antonio Najarro, dancer and choreographer and Juan Echanove, theater, film and television actor- will extol their figures with a brief profile.
Concert at the Liceo de Barcelona
The Conservatorio Liceu Foundation highlights the role of women in music with the presentation of two concerts on March 8 in the Live Room Conservatorio Liceu, in which the students of the Conservatorio will participate, to perform “With Women’s Voices” (18:00) and “Women’s Boleros” (19:00).
The best film of all time according to ‘Sight & Sound’
Chantal Akerman’s film “Jeanne Dielman, 23 quai du Commerce, 1080 Bruxelles” (1975), recently distinguished by the British magazine ‘Sight & Sound’ as the best in history, is re-released in cinemas by Filmin, a work against the current of a pioneer of feminism in cinema.
The title will be part of a cycle that will reach theaters in different Spanish cities such as the Ocine circuit, Cineteca, the Reina Sofía Museum, the film libraries of Cantabria, Andalusia or Zaragoza, the Numax cinemas in Galicia or the Zumzeig in Barcelona, and in which will include other titles by the Belgian director such as “Hôtel Monterey” (1972), “Le 15/8” (1973), “Yo, tú, él, ella” (1974) or “News from Home” (1976).
Music and Gender Festival in Pamplona
From March 7 to 11, the second edition of the ‘Purple Music-Musika Morea’ Music and Gender Festival will take place, which until Friday will give visibility to women through recitals, talks, exhibitions, colloquiums, concerts, round tables and jam sessions in the City of Music.
The legacy of Carmen de Burgos, Lejárraga, Zambrano and Caffarel
On March 8, the Caja de las Letras of the Cervantes Institute will house the legacy of Carmen de Burgos, María Lejárraga, María Zambrano and Carmen Caffarel, all women with a “prominent role in culture and thought that has continued since the last century. in force”.
The event, which can be followed on the Cervantes website, will be attended by María José Gálvez, General Director of Books and Reading Promotion, and the Second Vice President of the Government and Minister of Labor and Social Economy, Yolanda Díaz, among others. .
Silvia Marsó recites “The voice of her mistress” in Zaragoza
The actress Silvia Marsó recites songs and poems by women who left their mark on Ibero-American culture at the Delicias civic center. She will perform live accompanied on guitar by the musician, singer, filmmaker and composer “Yorch” (Jorge Naranjo).
She will read poetry and thoughts of authors from the 17th century to the present day, from Sor Juana Inés de la Cruz, to Santa Teresa, Mercedes Sosa, Gabriela Mistral, Rosalía de Castro, Ida Vitale, La Argentinita, Gloria Fuertes, Violeta Parra, Rozalén, Concha Mendez, or Rosalia.