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Exhibition "Re pudiats" at the Catalunya campus CRAI

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Catalunya campus CRAI

The URV Art Room, in its programming, has invited the artist Joan Paton to exhibit his work at the CRAI campus Catalunya. The "Re pudiats" exhibition can be visited until June 9.

Joan Paton's artistic projects are nourished by the dust and dirt that hides under the rugs of the political and economic system, under social conventions, clichés and stereotypes. Always trying to highlight what Tancredi, one of the protagonists of "El Gattopardo", the novel by Tomasi di Lampedusa, maintained: everything must change so that nothing changes. In this case, Joan Paton makes us question our benevolent view of immigration, as if our paradise is subject to a threat that has an unknown form and concreteness, like thunder that echoes on the horizon. The art that Joan Paton practices, based on the freedom that sustains creative exercise, offers us the possibility to ask ourselves new questions, questions that until now have seemed unimaginable and that could challenge the monopolization of the description of the world we have culturally internalized. (Marius Domingo, curator)

Exhibition "Ukraine, and now what?" at the seu Vilafranca del Penedès CRAI

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Seu Vilafranca del Penedès CRAI

The purpose of the exhibition is to give visibility to the armed conflict. The set of images captures the cruelty of a war conflict that, unfortunately, has surrounded Europe in the middle of the 21st century, leading the viewer to reflect on the reality of Human Rights aimed at the war in Ukraine. We find images around people and homes.

This exhibition is curated by Mirades del món and has the collaboration of the URV Solidària.

Exhibition "El Rector de Vallfogona. Historia y mito" at the Vila-seca campus CRAI

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Vila-seca 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 Vila-seca 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.

Exhibition "Primary oceans" at the Catalunya campus CRAI

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Catalunya campus CRAI

With the help of Ruido Photo and as part of the Conference "Climate crisis, human rights and oceans: challenges and opportunities" you can visit the exhibition "Primary Ocean" at the CRAI Campus Catalunya.

This exhibition presents a photographic and journalistic project that shows coastal communities dealing with rising sea levels, global warming, plastic waste, polar melting and coastal destruction, a problem created by all of humanity.

Exhibition "Search for fair trade, ethical finance and social and solidarity economy" at Terres de l'Ebre campus CRAI

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Terres de l’Ebre campus CRAI

The Coordi - Fair Trade and Ethical Finances - offer us messages, materials and tools to get closer to fair trade on the occasion of World Fair Trade Day, May 11.
Through 5 panels, the differences between the capitalist model and the alternatives from Fair Trade, Ethical Finance and the Social and Solidarity Economy are shown, like a circle that gives life to the social market. At the same time, it invites us to consider "What can you do?", promoting responsible consumption of the set of products and services we use in our daily lives.

Organized by: Office of Social Commitment – URV