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Cultural Activities

Since we are a museum that promotes culture, from the beginning, we have organized diverse activities that have been greatly welcomed by the public; concerts, movie festivals, poetry recitals, conferences.
Since 1998 we have organized reading marathons dedicated to particular writers (García Lorca, several on Granell, Alejo Carpentier) in which diverse groups participate: schools, institutes and people from the public and private sectors (actors, artuists, press, ploticians).
We have also generated activities, like theatrical events, related to a particular exhibit. The first one took place when we inaugurated the exhibit Granell and the theatre curated by Javier Navarro. Granell´s play, The Dark Chamber, had its premiere with the actorts of the Minerva Group directed by Roberto Leal. This group continued to participate in other theatrical events as did Tacón Teatro lead by Socorro Vedo and Tangatutanga a group of female actors directed by Beatriz Bravo .

In 2000 we held an International Surrealist Congress in Honor of Eugenio Granell. Prestigious art critics, professors, art specialists from Spain and abroad participated in it. In 2006 we held Eugenio Granell’s Interdisciplinary Congress in which different specialists dealt with various aspects of this multifaceted artist.

Valle Inclán in Compostela

June 2007Programme of events organised by the Eugenio Granell Foundation in collaboration with the Valle-Inclán Museum of Pobra do Caramiñal. Calendar of Activities .Wednesday, June 6 at 7.30 pm Opening…

Taller “Aprende a dibujar cómics” en la Fundación Eugenio Granell(Inglés)

Destinada a niños entre los 8 y 12 años.Tendrá lugar los días: 25, 27 de abril, 9, 11, 16, 23, 25 y 30 de mayo, 1 y 6 de junio.Horario:…

Spring in Autumn- María Chenut

5 October- 6 november, 2006Ciclo: Jóvenes poéticas surrealistas. Este ciclo está orientado a aquellas/os jóvenes creadoras/es que utilicen como eje fundamental de su obra, procedimientos, técnicas… que puedan suponer una reinterpretación…