These are the acts of The Province Club for the week of January 27 to February 2.
Wednesday, January 29, at 8:00 p.m.
Participatory conference ‘Thought, roles and characters’ organized by Ong ADA within its program Self-improvement Forum.
Thursday, January 30, at 7:00 p.m.
Katsuhiko Higuchi, known as the king of the octopus, presents his biographical book, a pleasant account of the first and last Japanese who has supplied his country with abundant catches of cephalopods from Western Sahara. More than fifty years ago, when he arrived, almost no one fished octopus at the Saharan Bank. That is why his life summarizes the recent history of fishing in Morocco, that of the Port of La Luz and, specifically, that of the fishing town of Dakhla. He has been ruined and married several times, but as the Japanese encouraging proverb “Nana says. Korobi already oki “,” if you fall seven times, eight times you get up. “
Until February 7, from 6:00 p.m. to 9:30 p.m.
Lola Romay, Rafael Sosa and Esteban Ruiz present their most recent work under the name ‘Winter Collective’, some paintings that stand out for their expressionism and the power of their colors. Also part of the show are a series of pieces belonging to the collection of Juan Cabrera, a professor at the Luján Pérez School.