During the month of September the Galdós Laboratory project He develops different initiatives before opening in October, at the Pérez Galdós theater in the capital of Gran Canaria, his second major stage production, The crime of Fuencarral street.
In addition to the nine scheduled sessions of the Trial and Error activity currently taking place, the Galdós Laboratory has planned to hold two interesting talks in the framework of the cycle calledo State of the matter (or chatting about Galdós), which will take place on September 17 and 24.
From the lucid crime that occurred in the Madrid street of Fuencarral on which Galdós realizes as a journalist in the Argentine newspaper The press In 1888, the first of the talks investigates the journalistic task of Benito Pérez Galdós from the teaching and perspective of the three guests Carmen Márquez, Isabel Saavedra and Salvadora Luján. It is celebrated on September 17, at 7.30 pm, with the title Galdós and journalism. Galdós press work, and its participation quota is already covered, since the activity required prior registration.
Finally, on September 24, also at 7:30 p.m., with the title El Madrid del Galdós, the popular Madrid journalist Nieves Conconstrina will bring us closer to Madrid de Galdós, to that Madrid in the middle of the 19th and 20th century. The journalist's ability to convene has been so successful that her conference must have been transferred to the theater's courtyard where 300 people will enjoy her peculiar way of telling the past. For this conference there are still places available, prior registration on the web www.laboratoriogaldos.es
The Galdós Laboratory is a coproduction of An hour less and of Pérez Galdós theater With the sponsorship of the Cabildo de Gran Canaria, the Government of the Canary Islands and the City Council of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, which also has the collaboration of the City Council of Agüimes.
Three researchers from different linguistic and artistic areas will be responsible for sketching the work that Pérez Galdós carried out as a journalist in both the political and artistic fields. Within his fertile work as a novelist, Galdós also had time to reach the public through his columns of opinion and artistic criticism and influence his pedagogical work for the public of his time.
Carmen Márquez Montes is a professor at ULPGC, an expert in Spanish-American theater, contemporary Spanish theater and applied literature. Member of the Academy of the Performing Arts and the editorial board of Don Galán magazine, he has written 10 books and participated in two monographs and a hundred articles and chapters in Spain and much of Latin America.
Isabel Saavedra Robaina has a PhD from the Department of Art, City and Territory of the University of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, with the thesis Societies and musical institutions in the Eastern Canary Islands in modern and contemporary times. Degree in Geography and History, piano teacher, organist, teacher and cultural manager.
Salvadora Luján-Ramón is the Peter Bly International Prize for best doctoral thesis 2018, awarded by the International Association of Galdosistas, with the thesis entitled «Pedagogical Imaginary in the Production of Benito Pérez Galdós». Teacher and researcher. Doctor in Spanish and her culture from the ULPGC.
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