Pangaea, the Faculty of Geography and History Young Researchers Association, has organised the Festival por la Igualdad (Festival for Equality) which takes places on Thursday 30 in this Faculty. The event is part of the activities of ‘Marzo por la Igualdad’ (March for Equality). Among the activities scheduled there are some conferences about the queer identity through the medieval culture, the feminist self-management in precarious times, a workshop of strategies to avoid the sexist censorship in the contemporary art or a Graham Bell Tornado’s performance.
The event will start at 10:30 at the Assembly Hall Manuel Ardid with the presentation of the festival. At 11:00 the ‘Workshop of strategies to avoid the sexist censorship in the contemporary art’ with Marisol Salanova will take place. At 12:00 the conference ‘The queer identity through the medieval culture’ with Mireia López Bertrand will be celebrated and at 13:00 ‘How to cure...’ with Graham Bell Tornado and the transvestite shaman Geyser Bird.
In the afternoon, at 16:00 there will be an exhibition of fanzines and a round table about feminist self-management in precarious times moderated by Alodia Clemente, owner of La Rossa. Laura Carbonell, Yo también soy bonita and the group Zorras Peligrosas will attend the event.
At 17:30 it has been scheduled the Rincón Sensible (Sensitive corner) with the Conservatory of Higher Dance Studies of Valencia.
‘Marzo por la Igualdad’ aims to promote the participation of the students to favour equality between women and men within the University and in society.
The programme can also be found in the Facebook profile of the association, clicking here, and in the Instagram profile, clicking here.