European week at the Observatory

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The Blanquerna Observatory of Communication, Religion and Culture celebrates the ‘European week’ on 4, 5 and 6 May. During this week, the Observatory has organised several activities within the European project RISECI, which it has been coordinating for two years.

MONDAY 4th May

Techno Religious lab / Laboratori Tecno religiós

10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Religious leaders and journalists analyse together the sources of information and dismantle prejudices.

Place: CCCB. Room A1. Registration required. Free of charge.

 

TUESDAY 5 May

Gastronomy and Religion

Tuesday 5 May 2015

12h by: Jaume Fàbrega (Catholicism), Moriah Ferrús (Judaism), Manuel Mouriche (Islam), Gundica Das (Hare Krishna) and Tareixa Enríquez (Bahá’í). Moderated by Jordi Roigé (Free). Registration required.

Place: Aula 201 of the Blanquerna Faculty of Communication and International Relations (Free)

 

WEDNESDAY 6 May

Religion and Politics in Europe: Different Societies and Traditions

9.30 to 11h. By Dr. Gaspar Martínez.

Place: Aula 202 of the Blanquerna Faculty of Communication and International Relations (Free)

Art Conceptions: Coolhunting and Religion

18:00-20:00h. Programme:

– Macrotrends. Expressive Trends. Hypes (Marta Marin. Universitat Ramon Llull).

– Pastiches and Fusions. Fashion and Religion. Francesca Tur (Tendencias TV)

– Eldorado or how to convey spirituality in multimedia editorial environments.

Albert Folch and Rafael Martínez (Folch Studio)

– Use and Abuse of Religion in the Visual Arts. Helena Juncosa (Chief Curator. CAC – Centro de Arte Contemporáneo de Málaga).

– Transversal proposals. Music and Religion. Aleix Perdigó (Turbo.pro)

Place: Aula 104 of the Blanquerna Faculty of Communication and International Relations (Free)