Wednesday, 29 January 2020

[T1]

Date

29

Jan
2020

Workshop 1. Gloria Beatriz Salazar

The writer Gloria Beatriz Salazar (Colombia) invites the little ones to a journey of discovery of the animals of our country through her books such as Una aventura con los animales de Colombia and La ballena roja que se tragó una danta blanca. After reading and playing, she will share with the boys and girls a space to draw their favorite animals.

6 to 10 years old 20 boys and girls maximum

Laboratorio 1 MAMM.

Time: 09:00 - 10:00.

[T2]

Date

29

Jan
2020

Workshop 2. Clara Grima

Clara Grima, a Mathematics doctor from the University of Seville, lecturer and popular mathematician, is the author of ¡Que las matemáticas te acompañen!, a book that reveals the presence of maths in everyday life where, without us noticing it, numbers have great importance. Grima will be with a group of young people to talk to them about one of her firm convictions: everyone loves maths, only many people don’t know it yet.

8 to 12 years old

Laboratorio 2 MAMM.

Time: 09:00 - 10:00.

[T3]

Date

29

Jan
2020

Workshop 3. Miguel Mendoza Luna

Miguel Mendoza Luna is a Colombian writer and university professor. He completed a master's degree in Creative Writing, beginning to publish books in multiple areas of writing: short story, novel, biography, psychology and children literature. In this activity, he leads a talk-workshop writing about his novel Los diarios secretos de las chicas (in)completas. This is a micro-workshop that seeks to detonate in the participants the immediate invention of characters and stories, and also emotionally talk about famous people in literature to unravel the mystery of what made them unforgettable and universal.

13 to 17 years old

Laboratorio 1 MAMM.

Time: 10:30 - 11:30.

[T4]

Date

29

Jan
2020

Workshop 4. Francisco Leal Quevedo

The pediatrician and philosopher Francisco Leal Quevedo began writing at age six, publishing his first story using a small rubber press. He is the author of Colombia a la vista. I. La voz de los objetos, a book that describes our country through the ball, the bicycle, the carriel, the accordion and more than forty other objects. In this meeting he directs an interactive workshop for boys and girls with some of the objects described in his book.

Ages 9 and above

Laboratorio 2 MAMM.

Time: 10:30 - 11:30.

Thursday, 30 January 2020

[T5]

Date

30

Jan
2020

Workshop 5. Alex Nogués

Alex Nogués studied Geology and specialized in Paleontology and Hydrogeology. His latest books are Un pelo en la sopa and Un millón de ostras en lo alto de la montaña (2019). In this work of his he explores how marine creatures such as oysters could have reached the summit of a mountain. After millions of years, the Earth has a lot to say. Alex Nogués shares the mysteries of geology with boys and girls through this beautiful and impassioning book illustrated by Miren Asiain Lora.

With the support of Acción Cultural Española AC/E

Ages 9 to 12

MAMM Laboratorio 1.

Time: 09:00 - 10:00.

[T6]

Date

30

Jan
2020

Workshop 6. Meritxell Martí

Meritxell Martí (Spain) is a doctor in Humanities, teacher and author. She has written more than twenty books. Her latest book is Bajo las olas (2019), a story about a journey to the sea to discover what we are capable of, how wonderful life actually is and what's really important. In this meeting, she shares with these young readers a dynamic and creative exchange to create and tell stories.

Ages 5 to 7

MAMM (Laboratorio 2).

Time: 09:00 - 10:00.

[T7]

Date

30

Jan
2020

Workshop 7. Telling stories. Gloria Beatriz Salazar

Gloria Beatriz Salazar is the author of books such as Aventuras en el paisaje cultural cafeteroUna aventura con los animales de Colombia and La ballena roja que se tragó una danta blanca. In this event, Gloria will be leading the workshop "Telling stories" to foster children's creativity and curiosity in literature.

8 to 10 years old

MAMM Laboratorio 1.

Time: 10:30 - 11:30.

[T8]

Date

30

Jan
2020

Workshop 8. Alex Nogués

Alex Nogués studied Geology and specialized in Paleontology and Hydrogeology. His latest book is Un millón de ostras en lo alto de la montaña (2019). In this work of his he explores how marine creatures such as oysters could have reached the summit of a mountain. After millions of years, the Earth has a lot to say. Alex Nogués shares the mysteries of geology with boys and girls through this beautiful and impassioning book illustrated by Miren Asiain Lora.

With the support of Acción Cultural Española AC/E

Ages 9 to 12

MAMM (Laboratorio 2).

Time: 10:30 - 11:30.

[T9]

Date

30

Jan
2020

Workshop 9. Meritxell Martí

Meritxell Martí (Spain) is a doctor in Humanities, teacher and author. She has written more than twenty books. Her latest book is Bajo las olas (2019), a story about a journey to the sea to discover what we are capable of, how wonderful life actually is and what's really important. In this meeting, she shares with these young readers a dynamic and creative exchange to create and tell stories.

Ages 5 to 7

MAMM (Laboratorio 1).

Time: 14:00 - 15:00.

Friday, 31 January 2020

[T10]

Date

31

Jan
2020

Workshop 10. Miguel Mendoza Luna

Miguel Mendoza Luna is a Colombian writer and university professor. He completed a master's degree in Creative Writing, beginning to publish books in multiple areas of writing: short story, novel, biography, psychology and children literature. In this activity, he leads a talk-workshop writing about his novel Los diarios secretos de las chicas (in)completas. This is a micro-workshop that seeks to detonate in the participants the immediate invention of characters and stories, and also emotionally talk about famous people in literature to unravel the mystery of what made them unforgettable and universal.

13 to 17 years old

MAMM (Laboratorio 1).

Time: 10:30 - 11:30.

[T11]

Date

31

Jan
2020

Workshop 11. Francisco Leal Quevedo

The pediatrician and philosopher Francisco Leal Quevedo began writing at age six, publishing his first story using a small rubber press. He is the author of Colombia a la vista. I. La voz de los objetos, a book that describes our country through the ball, the bicycle, the carriel, the accordion and more than forty other objects. In this meeting he directs an interactive workshop for boys and girls with some of the objects described in his book. Ages 9 and above

MAMM (Laboratorio 2).

Time: 10:30 - 11:30.