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Sat, 26 Sept


Sant'Agostino Cultural Center

Poetic imbalances

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Poetic imbalances
Poetic imbalances

Orario & Sede

26 Sept 2020, 18:00

Sant'Agostino Cultural Center, Piazzetta Winifred Terni de Gregorj, 5 - 26013, 26013 Crema CR, Italy



As part of participatory paths of innovation at the Sant'Agostino Cultural Center

The performative path is articulated through the works of four great contemporary poetesses of our literature: Mariangela Gualtieri, Patrizia Valduga, Patrizia Cavalli, Chandra Livia Candiani.

The selected poems illustrate a path in search of a female identity capable of confronting the great challenges of contemporary reality

while maintaining the peculiar search for interiority which translates, therefore, into a new and distinct poetic form.

SCREENING Women in prison tell their stories - Docufilm created by Francesca Carollo, Jo Squillo and Giusy Versace with the collaboration of Auser Regionale Lombardia.

Fulvia Colombini, Auser Regional Presidency, spoke.

RAPPORTEUR Cinzia Carotti.

Graduated in Literary Sciences at the University of Pavia, she participates in and curates two Turin poetry slams and three anthologies of short stories for the Ensemble Edizioni.

She has been dealing with cultural dissemination since 2010.

he is professor of Creative Writing at the Auser Popular University of Cremona.

READINGS BY Capra Antonio.

Professor of cinematography and film grammar at Auser Unipop and in various schools in the region. He has made more than 30 short films

and 5 feature films including documentaries and fiction. Until 2006 he was an actor in various theatrical companies in the area and artistic director of several film short festivals.He collaborates with various associations for the dissemination and teaching of film language through conferences

and seminars.)


Master luthier and teacher of guitar and music theory at Auser Unipop.

This activity is carried out as part of "Participatory Paths of Innovation at the Sant'Agostino Cultural Center", with the support of the Cariplo Foundation as part of the project

Common Goods - Minor emblematic

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