Following its popularity at the last edition, this year the Punto de Vista Educational Programme has been expanded to offer more educational activities aimed primarily at children and young people. Like this the Festival sets out to open up to its community, by offering different programmes to encourage audiovisual awareness and appreciation, and an active space for dialogue for these audiences in society.
Among the activities in the Educational Programme there will be a series of workshops for different audiences (children / families / adults), which will take place at different centres in the Civivox network, where people can enrol for them.
Information about each of them is given below, together with the dates, venues and audiences they are aimed at.
IMÁGENES A TRAVÉS
Arantza Santesteban and Mari Luz Esteban will deal with the intersections between image and word by analysing letters from a prison and the relationship between a world lacking images ('the prison') and another saturated with them ('the outside').
Friday 22nd February | 6-8pm | Civivox Condestable
TODAS LAS CIUDADES POSIBLES
Maider Fernández and Aitor Gametxo will propose a different approach to places in neighbourhoods we are already familiar with, from another point of view, in order to make our wishes come true in them.
Time for all of them 9.30am-1.30pm | Saturday 2nd March 9 – Civivox Jus la Rocha | Sunday 3rd March – Civivox San Jorge | Saturday 9th March – Civivox Mendillorri | Saturday 10th March – Centro Iturrama
The Columbian artist Iván Argote will seek to give the youngest audience the freedom to ask questions about the surroundings in which they live, playing with their own language and sharing ideas about society.
Audience: children aged 4 to 8
Friday 15th March | 5.30-8.40pm | Civivox Condestable