The beginning of art in residence. August

This August comes with cultural alternatives nights in the Rojales caves. The first will be a stage performance which combines theater, poetry and music. “Where are born butterflies” is a story told through the delicate emotional beauty of poetry Cristina Granja together with the exquisite violin and musical interpretation of original compositions by Gabriel Jimenez Olariaga history. Will take place on Thursday, August 4 from 22:00 in the cave B.art

Friday of the month continue with an interesting musical proposal that will start from 22:00 h on the square in front of the cave B.art with Jordi Vila Quartet (Jazz), followed by Cactus Mama (Pop-Rock), Juan Blas & Joaquin Talisman (Blues-Rock) to end the Moggio group (Jazz).

On Saturday August 6 from 19:00 you can enjoy the meeting of art and craft in Cuevas del Rodeo enjoying an afternoon open with the participation of resident artist art n ground, Omar Lopez who will be working during the meeting. You can also enjoy a guided tour with the artist Aurora Alcaide in the Mengolero exibition hall from 20:00. The caves open until midnight also have the presence of other guests artisans together the concert of the singer Manu Lia, starting at 22:00 pm in the plaza entrance to the exhibition hall.

The film series titled human? continued Thursday nights from 21:30 pm in the outdoor plaza next to the B.art cave. The films to be screened are Kamchatka (Marcelo Piñeyro), Intocable (Olivier Nakache, Eric Toledano) and Truman (Cesc Gay). Presentations-analysis shall be borne by Jerome Diaz and Amable Lopez, two professors of philosophy. We wait for you!!!

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