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“Train, Accredit, Empower yourself” campaign of the European Documentation Center of the URV

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Virtual

The "Train, Accredit, Empower yourself" campaign of the European Documentation Center of the URV together with Europe Direct Tarragona wants to highlight all the resources that the European Union offers to its citizens to develop new skills.

Among other initiatives, tablecloths will be distributed in the cafeterias of the Catalunya, Sescelades and Bellissens campuses, and a guide has been prepared.

More information about the campaign in the URV Digital Newspaper and also through social networks with the hashtags #cdeurv and #EUYearOFSkills

Exhibition "#Primavera musical: LITERATURA I CANÇONS" at Catalunya campus CRAI

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Catalunya campus CRAI

The exhibition has been promoted by the University of Alicante, and coordinated at the URV by the Department of Catalan Philology, the CRAI, the Linguistic Service and the Association of Catalan Language Teachers and Writers (APELLC).

In this exhibition, a journey is made through music through literature, through literature through music, through the authors and those who sing:

"The ways in which literature fits into music can be very diverse. It goes far beyond the setting of poems to music, of which we will make a brief brushstroke in this exhibition. There are some authors who have become symbols and references, because of what they have written, because of the impact of their works, and that is why they are sung a lot and take the lead in parts of songs. On some occasions it is the names of their works that appear in them and, on others , the characters they have created. And as the ultimate literary reference, there are the intertextualities, the obvious ones and the ones that go unnoticed and it's a joy to discover them."

"Archéo-sexism" exhibition at the Terres de l’Ebre campus CRAI

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Terres de l'Ebre campus CRAI

Archéo-Sexism is a traveling exhibition of the French association Archéo-Éthique and the Paye ta Truelle project. Through the presentation of witnesses about sexism in archaeology, mainly in the fields of excavation, it aims to promote scientific culture and encourage diversity and equality through ethics in the world of research. The testimonies collected by Paye ta Truelle and Archéo-Éthique have been illustrated by artists and exhibited in various institutions.

The exhibition has been carried out with the collaboration of the ICAC, the Department of History and Art History of the URV and the Equality Unit of the URV.

On December 12 at 11 a.m. in room 501 of the Catalunya campus was presented by the institutions involved and with a talk by the researcher and historian of the University of Lleida Ariadna Nieto: "From invisibility to impunity: ( De)ciphering gender discrimination and sexual harassment in archaeology.

Exhibition "An ocean of letters: 50 portraits of Spanish, Portuguese and Ibero-American writers" at the Vila-seca campus CRAI

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Vila-seca campus CRAI

The proposal and invitation for the Department of Romance Philologies to organize the exhibition "An ocean of letters: 50 portraits of Spanish, Portuguese and Ibero-American writers" came from the Union of Professional Journalists of Romania, endorsed by the names of: Mr. Nicolae Ionita, dr. Marian Nencescu, Director of the Department of Culture of the Union of Journalists and Acad. Prof. Dr. Gheorghe Paun.

Mr. Nicolae Ionita has connections in the context of graphic artists in the world and is known in Romania for organizing various exhibitions in his country and abroad with portraits of Romanian writers and for having published several albums and catalogs with personal creations or in collaboration. This year he has launched a large-scale action: an international competition of portraits of the world's great writers: "Tribute to the Great Writers on the World."

In the contest, 500 artists participated and sent more than 2,000 portraits. Drawings by 200 artists from 55 countries have been selected. The Union of Journalists sent invitations to organize exhibitions in various institutions around the world. 64 cultural institutions registered and were able to freely choose portraits of writers. The Department of Romance Philologies of the Rovira i Virgili University has shown interest in the proposal and it can be visited in the different CRAIs on the URV campus.

Dr. Mª Dolores Jiménez, Dr. Mª José Rodríguez, Dr. Mª Isabel Calle, Dr. Lilica Voicu and Mr. Santiago Montes have participated in the organization of this exhibition.

Exhibition "El Rector de Vallfogona. Historia y mito" at the Baix Penedès CRAI

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Baix Penedès CRAI

On the occasion of the 400th anniversary of the death of Francesc Vicent Garcia, known as the Rector of Vallfogona, the exhibition "The Rector of Vallfogona. History and myth" can be visited at the Baix Penedès CRAI. This exhibition coincided with the International Conference "Woman, Eros and Holiness: the feminine universe in the work of Vicent Garcia and the Catalan Baroque", which was held on the Catalunya campus on December 4 and 5.

It is a seven-panel exhibition that narrates the life and work of Francesc Vicent Garcia, the first great writer of Catalan baroque literature and the most popular of the time. This exhibition is complemented by the bibliographic compilation of the work that the CRAI has on the author. It is an informative exhibition created with the desire to awaken interest in the figure of the author.

The exhibition has been produced by the Institution of Catalan Letters, with the collaboration of the Library Service of the Generalitat of Catalonia.

Exhibition "Views of the World" at the Seu Vilafranca del Penedès CRAI

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Seu Vilafranca del Penedès CRAI

The exhibition consists of six panels of "Women of the World" that are the result of a project carried out by the NGO Mirades del Món and the Óscar Romero Solidarity Committee.

During the 2022/2023 academic year, 3rd grade students from six schools in Tarragona (La Salle Tarragona, Marcel·lí Domingo School, Lestonnac Tarragona School, CampClar School, CEEP Sant Rafael and El Serrallo School) have learned the reality of six women from the world with the help of different NGOs that work with children and women around the world (ECCIT, Fundación Vicente Ferrer, Aldea Yanapay, AfricaNdoto, Kolam, Proide and Dream Nepal). Once the schools have learned about the reality of women, several illustrators have helped the children make an illustration of the different realities.

The children who made the drawings are: Berta Artigal, Carla Brota, Namibia Coronado, Tati Ayala, Vanessa Castro and Gabriela Basin.

The CRAI participates in the URV Open Days

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The CRAI participates in the URV Open Days which are held:

  • Feb. 24, 10 a.m. or 12 p.m.
  • April 19, 5 or 7 p.m.

During these days, future students and their families can visit the CRAI facilities and learn about the services we offer.

In addition, we have prepared a guide where you will find all the CRAI information at your fingertips. This way you can access it at any time.

See you there!!

"Archéo-sexism" exhibition at the Medicine and Health Sciences CRAI

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Medicine and Health Sciences CRAI

Archéo-Sexism is a traveling exhibition of the French association Archéo-Éthique and the Paye ta Truelle project. Through the presentation of witnesses about sexism in archaeology, mainly in the fields of excavation, it aims to promote scientific culture and encourage diversity and equality through ethics in the world of research. The testimonies collected by Paye ta Truelle and Archéo-Éthique have been illustrated by artists and exhibited in various institutions.

The exhibition has been carried out with the collaboration of the ICAC, the Department of History and Art History of the URV and the Equality Unit of the URV.

On December 12 at 11 a.m. in room 501 of the Catalunya campus was presented by the institutions involved and with a talk by the researcher and historian of the University of Lleida Ariadna Nieto: "From invisibility to impunity: ( De)ciphering gender discrimination and sexual harassment in archaeology.

Exhibition "An ocean of letters: 50 portraits of Spanish, Portuguese and Ibero-American writers" at the Seu Baix Penedès CRAI

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Seu Baix Penedès CRAI

The proposal and invitation for the Department of Romance Philologies to organize the exhibition "An ocean of letters: 50 portraits of Spanish, Portuguese and Ibero-American writers" came from the Union of Professional Journalists of Romania, endorsed by the names of: Mr. Nicolae Ionita, dr. Marian Nencescu, Director of the Department of Culture of the Union of Journalists and Acad. Prof. Dr. Gheorghe Paun.

Mr. Nicolae Ionita has connections in the context of graphic artists in the world and is known in Romania for organizing various exhibitions in his country and abroad with portraits of Romanian writers and for having published several albums and catalogs with personal creations or in collaboration. This year he has launched a large-scale action: an international competition of portraits of the world's great writers: "Tribute to the Great Writers on the World."

In the contest, 500 artists participated and sent more than 2,000 portraits. Drawings by 200 artists from 55 countries have been selected. The Union of Journalists sent invitations to organize exhibitions in various institutions around the world. 64 cultural institutions registered and were able to freely choose portraits of writers. The Department of Romance Philologies of the Rovira i Virgili University has shown interest in the proposal and it can be visited in the different CRAIs on the URV campus.

Dr. Mª Dolores Jiménez, Dr. Mª José Rodríguez, Dr. Mª Isabel Calle, Dr. Lilica Voicu and Mr. Santiago Montes have participated in the organization of this exhibition.

Exhibition "El Rector de Vallfogona. Historia y mito" at the Terres de l'Ebre campus CRAI

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Terres de l'Ebre campus CRAI

On the occasion of the 400th anniversary of the death of Francesc Vicent Garcia, known as the Rector of Vallfogona, the exhibition "The Rector of Vallfogona. History and myth" can be visited at the Terres de l'Ebre campus CRAI. This exhibition coincided with the International Conference "Woman, Eros and Holiness: the feminine universe in the work of Vicent Garcia and the Catalan Baroque", which was held on the Catalunya campus on December 4 and 5.

It is a seven-panel exhibition that narrates the life and work of Francesc Vicent Garcia, the first great writer of Catalan baroque literature and the most popular of the time. This exhibition is complemented by the bibliographic compilation of the work that the CRAI has on the author. It is an informative exhibition created with the desire to awaken interest in the figure of the author.

The exhibition has been produced by the Institution of Catalan Letters, with the collaboration of the Library Service of the Generalitat of Catalonia.