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Día de los Muertos at the Rautenstrauch-Joest-Museum
This year, the Day of the Dead will not just be celebrated in Mexico but also at the Rautenstrauch-Joest-Museum in Cologne. The opening of an altar designed by artists Liliana Cobos and Rosaana Velasco will be accompanied by a cultural program. Visitors can look forward to two performances by the dance group „Viva México en Düsseldorf“, a talk given by Felix Pestemer on his graphic novel 'The Dust of the Ancestors' and a screening of the animated film “The Book of Life” by Jorge Gutiérrez.
Opening of the altar 2 p.m.
Dance group „Viva México en Düsseldorf“ 2:20 p.m. and 5:10 p.m.
Talk on „The Dust of the Ancestors“ by Felix Pestemer 3:10 to 4 p.m.
Animated film „The Book of Life“ by Jorge Gutiérrez 4:15 to 17:50 p.m.
Download the program flyer here
'Die Schraube' (The Screw) in Frankfurt
Thursday, September 28th, 2017
Start of the presentation: 7 p.m.
60323 Frankfurt am Main
To register use: firstname.lastname@example.org
If you wish to attend, please inform us in a timely manner as seating is limited.
-Wine, beer and Mexican tapas add the final touch to this literary evening.
"There is something within us that connects us to the rest of the world: an essence that constitutes our core and that we cannot shake off. The intention of Álamos Publishing is to make these connections visible – by way of diverse artistic positions and sentiments. We want to share fresh and innovative ideas with our readers that will open our eyes to the fact that we are in the right place at the right time to fully appreciate the abundance of regional cultures in our globalized world." - Álamos
German voice "The Screw": Christian Gaul (actor)
German voice "Postlom": Christian Gaul (actor)
Robin Jahnke and Felix Pestemer, author and illustrator of "The Screw", respectively, will attend the event
Harbour Front Festival
The graphic novel is a relatively young genre in the wide field of literature and, broadly speaking, constitutes a synthesis of literature and comic books. All those who want to find out more about this exciting genre can do so at the Graphic Novel Salon by encountering four prize-winning European artists while drinking a glass of wine. More information on the artists and their works will be posted here and on the websites of the cultural institutes in the near future.
An event organized by EUNIC-Hamburg and book store Strips & Stories, Hamburg.
Alice Socal: "Cry me a river". Rotopol
Aude Picault: "Ideal Standard". Reprodukt
Felix Pestemer: "The Dust of the Ancestors". avant
Bartolomé Seguí & Gabi Beltrán: "Stories from the Neighborhood" & "Paths Leading from the Neighborhood". avant
Wednesday, September 20th, 2017 — 7 p.m.
Istituto Italiano di Cultura
VIIth International Graphic Novel Salon
Alice Socal (IT), Aude Picault (FR), Bartolomé Seguí & Gabi Beltrán (ES), Felix Pestemer (DE)
Entrance fee: none
To register call: 040/ 39 99 91 30
At Home in the ATRIUM
The festive occasion is marked by the publication of a special volume titled “At Home in the Atrium”. Prepared by Andreas Dimmler and containing, inter alia, more than 30 illustrations by Felix Pestemer, the book provides detailed information about the school’s history and its many offerings.
4 p.m. > studio: official ceremony including presentation of the special volume „At Home at the ATRIUM – Reinickendorf’s Art College for the Young Turns 30”
5 p.m. > art park and ATRIUM: festival for the old and the young with, inter alia, banquet table in the art park, an exhibition in the Atrium gallery and stands where people can participate in arts and crafts activities (e.g. construction, photography, printing, welding, dancing, painting, grouting, spray painting…)
6:15 p.m. > ATRIUM stage: courses offered at the school present themselves to visitors
7:20 p.m. > literary coffee shop: art auctio
Senftenberger Ring 97
13435 Berlin - Reinickendorf
Telefon: 030 403 82 96 - 0
Telefax: 030 403 82 96 - 16
'Die Schraube' goes Hamburg
11 May 2017, 7 P.M.
Instituto Cervantes Hamburg
Chilehaus, Eingang B
Tel: +49-40-530 205 29-0