It has been a year since most countries of the world were locked themselves because of the Pandemic. It was difficult: the virus, the restrictions, the fear … all of these consequences weighed heavily on us.
We present here an activity that tries to see how things have been in the different member countries, what feelings are felt and, above all, what are the positive aspects concerning culture and cultural heritage that we have seen.
The learners transmitted their opinions, their states of mind in this manual which you can access and, afterwards, carried out an activity via zoom in order to discuss and exchange their experiences.
Here are the images of the culinary class. In the context of the visit of Tenerife, Juan Angel, students made tapas from their homeland (Belgium, Slovenia, the Philippines, Armenia, Algeria and Morocco). In the class they explained how they made these dishes.
Mercat de Música Viva de Vic is a professional meeting place for all of the sectors of the music industry. A showcase for musical ideas that grow out of the exchange of information between programmers and bands, cultural managers and musicians, the music business and its public.
For four days every September since 1989, the city of Vic has brought together representatives of all areas of music from around the world to see new developments, attend forums, exchange their knowledge and buy and sell music.
In short, the Vic Live Music Market is an essential reference point for anyone who wants to discover the sounds that are being heard, mainly in Catalonia, Spain and around the Mediterranean basin, but also in the rest of the world.
Here you have two presentation of this market in French and Spanish
Together with Fata Urbana CVO Semper further explored the strengths and possibilities of story telling as a teaching tool. We told a number of stories based on urban legends using a ‘red thread’ and stringing the stories together.