Ana Acuña Trabazo e Afonso Vázquez Monxardín comisarian a exposición “Galicia, de Nós a nós”.
Inaugurada en Museo Gaiás da Cidade da Cultura (Santiago de Compostela) do 2 de outubro de 2020 ao 17 de xaneiro de 2021. En Centro Cultural Marcos Valcárcel/Afundación (Ourense) do 24 de febreiro ao 18 de abril. Museo de Pontevedra (Pontevedra) do 20 de maio ao 11 de xullo de 2021.
Ana Acuña Trabazo realiza a visita comentada centrada no “Teatro, cine, radio e música na revista Nós”. Museo Gaiás (Santiago de Compostela) o 3 de novembro de 2020.
Conference ‘Ecocriticism and Animal Studies: An Introduction’ by Dr. Manuela Palacios as part of the conference cycle New Trends in English Studies XV, organised at Universidade da Coruña.
Vakxikon Publications, Cervantes Institute and Xunta de Galicia organize the event Young Spanish poets read their poems in Athens, on the occasion of the publication of the bilingual books Anthology of Young Spanish Poets (translation Ati Solerti, 2018) and Anthology of Young Galician Poets (translation Teresa Pardo-Sofia Karatza, 2019) on Wednesday, October 9, 2019 at 19.00 at the bookstore Public in Syntagma Square.
Interview about Migrant Shores in The Poetry Programme RTÉ – Radio 1 (Ireland).
Olivia O’Leary meets Manuela Palacios, editor of Migrant Shores, an anthology of work by Irish, Moroccan and Galician poets, published by Salmon Poetry. Manuela reads a poem by Moroccan poet Aicha Bassry, while Sarah Clancy reads her translation of the poem and the one she wrote in response.
Six Galician Poets book launch at Libraría Linda Rama (A Coruña)
26TH AEMI CONFERENCE
European migrant diasporas and cultural identities
Consello da Cultura Galega
Santiago de Compostela
28-30 Sep / 1 Oct
Thursday 29, Sep.
Manuela Palacios, María Xesús Nogueira Pereira, Margarita Estévez Saá and María Jesus Lorenzo Modia:
Parallels between contemporary Galician and Irish migrant diasporas.
Event in Santiago de Compostela (Spain) at the book shop Chan da Pólvora: “Contemporary Irish Poetry: meeting with Patrick Loughnane and Manuela Palacios”
Manuela Palacios spoke about the poetic relations between Galicia and Ireland and the subsequent projects derived from this topic. Patrick Loughnane presented an overview on contemporary Irish poetry. Finally, Manuela Palacios, Patrick Loughnane and the Galician poet, Gonzalo Hermo, read some poems by Irish writers in English, Gaelic and Galician.