27 de mayo de 2016

VISITA EN INGLÉS a la exposición de Henry Moore en la plaza de Anaya, jueves 26 a las 16.30 h. o viernes 27 a las 19.30 h.

Visit and talk in English on the sculptures, life and times of Henry Moore on Thursday 26th May at 4.30 and Friday 27th May at 7.30. An interactive opportunity to consider and discuss the works of this great artist.
 On Thursday and Friday the group will meet in the Seminario of the library as usual before moving outdoors to the Plaza Anaya.
in the Plaza de Anaya at the times mentioned above.
Everyone welcome, (native English speakers free of charge) please ask at the information desk for further details.

Henry Spencer Moore, b. 30/6/1898, d. 31/8/1986

A coal miner's son from Yorkshire. His school teacher recognised his talent and encouraged him to apply for a scholarship to study sculpture at art college.
He was injured in first world war and on discharge from the army he was funded to study at Leeds Collage of Art where he met Barbara Hepworth. They both went on with a scholarship to study at the Royal College of Art in London where access to public and private collections increased his awareness of the art.
He adopted a modern approach of direct carving of the material and learned to bring out the natural qualities and imperfections in the material as well as the marks left by the tools used.
He travelled to Italy to see the works of Michelangelo and in Paris was impressed by a Maya sculpture of a reclining figure (Chac Mool). The reclining figure became Moore's hallmark.
Moore joined a group of avant-garde artists living in the Hampstead, London, where ideas flowed and exchanged along with the influence of many refugee artists and architects who passed through the community. Contact with Picasso and other European artists along with regular trips to Paris and a trip to Spain in 1934 helped to further his vision and he progressed from direct carving to bronze casting by first making clay or plaster models before scaling them up for casting.
His home was damaged by bombing in WWII and he moved to Hertfordshire where he spent the rest of his life.
After the war and the birth of his daughter he developed the "Family Group" theme and it became his first public commission. His work became increasingly popular from the 1950s and important public commissions such as the the reclining figure at the UNESCO building in Paris perpetuated his career.
In 1972 he set up the Henry Moore Foundation to protect his legacy. The foundation runs a gallery, sculpture park and studios as well as funding the art of sculpture through exhibitions and collections, providing scholarships and conferences.

What made Moore, Hepworth and their contemporaries unique was their exploration and development of the abstract form. Piercing of these forms allowed light to play a role as well as to draw the eye to new perspectives.
Moore regularly drew inspiration from small natural objects such as bones, shells, driftwood and pebbles.
The choice of simple names for his work allows the imagination to ponder the meaning of the piece as the viewer stands back and moves around the work letting the shifting perspective suggest by itself.

PARLIAMO, lunes 29 de mayo a las 17.30 h., Sección de Idiomas, 4ª planta

Ciao a tutti!
Purtroppo la prossima settimana sarà la nostra ultima lezione, dunque ne approfitteremo per salutarci, raccontarci i nostri progetti estivi e se ancora non ne avete, cosa vi piacerebbe fare e quali posti vi piacerebbe visitare. Vi aspetto per concludere in bellezza questo anno passato insieme :)
Vi aspetto lunedì.

PARLONS ENSEMBLE, viernes 27 de mayo a las 19.30 h., 5ª Planta

Bonjour à vous tous !

Et voici notre dernière séance "officielle" de l'année, même si l'histoire va continuer...
Alors pour fêter cela, venez tous, ne serait-ce que pour un petit moment, et faisons le "bilan" des sujets abordés, pensons à ceux qui pourraient l'être dans un avenir proche, et laissons les conversations voguer vers ce qui nous fait plaisir, ce qui nous amuse, ce qui nous motive... selon la fantaisie du moment !
Sachez que je serais enchantée de vous suivre...
Vous pouvez me contacter sur mon mail zazam@hotmail.es au cas où vous manqueriez vendredi.
Alors du soleil dans les coeurs et à très très bientôt !

25 de mayo de 2016

CLAUSURA CLUBES DE LECTURA, miércoles 25 de mayo


 Reuniones finales   de los clubes de lectura: 2015-2016
Este miércoles 25 de mayo a las 12 horas (para los clubes de la mañana) y a las 19.30 horas  (para los clubes de la tarde) tendremos sendas reuniones de despedida de esta temporada en el Salón de actos de la biblioteca.
Como es habitual contaremos con  una pequeña exposición de los libros leídos por los siete grupos de lectura de la Biblioteca, una puesta en común con todos los grupos y un pequeño ágape.

¡Os esperamos!



LASS UNS SPRECHEN, martes 24 de mayo a las 18 h., Seminario

Liebe Teilnehmer, am Dienstag sprechen wir über eure Lieblingsbücher. Das heißt, habt ihr überhaupt eins oder habt ihr sogar mehrere? Und was macht euer Lieblingsbuch so besonders? Worum geht es? Warum würdet ihr es weiterempfehlen? Zu welchem literarischen Genre gehört es? Ich freue mich auf einen interessanten Austausch. Bis Dienstag, Julia

VISITA GUIADA EN INGÉS, jueves 19 de mayo 2016

DEJARSE HABLAR, Debates en las Conchas, jueves 26 de mayo, Avatares masculinos

                   
Debates en las Conchas, Los jueves a las 20:00 h., Salón de Actos de la B.P. Casa de las Conchas
Organizados por la Asociación de Amigos de las Conchas y la B.P. de Salamanca
Entrada libre
ABRIL/MAYO

  7  ABRIL    ¿Qué es el Arte?... ¿Un negocio?
14  ABRIL    Gramática para la Rebelión (I)
21  ABRIL   Memoria Dúctil e Identidad
28  ABRIL   Barbarie y Civilización: Je suis Paris
  5  MAYO   Don Juan: ¿Solo para mujeres?
12  MAYO   Gramática para la Rebelión (II)
19  MAYO    Liberación DE la Mujer
26  MAYO    Avatares Masculinos