On Monday, June 5, there will be a presentation of the book ‘Y Picasso Remembered Flamenco’ published by author Francis Marmol and La Termica.
To mark the ‘Ten Years, Ten Appearances’ cycle, a special ‘It All Begins Today’ airs on Radio 3 on Friday 9th June.
OpenSouthCode will be held on June 9 and 10, an event about open source technology
The ‘History of Jazz Never Told’ will take its final stop in Vélez-Málaga on June 10
Malaga, June 4, 2023- The Diputación de Málaga, La Termica’s center of contemporary culture, offers four different types of activities. On Monday the 5th, the book ‘Y Picasso remembered flamenco’ by writer Francis Marmol and artist Emmanuel Lafont is presented. On Friday, June 9, a new edition of the ‘Ten Years, Ten Looks’ cycle will take place, titled ‘Ten Years of Music’, in which the program will explore the musical evolution of the past ten years. Radio 3’s ‘It All Starts Today’. Finally, on June 9th and 10th, OpenSouthCode 2023 will take place, a technology-focused event with various talks and workshops on open source hardware and software. Finally, on June 10th in Vélez-Málaga, the last session of the traveling show ‘The History of Jazz Never Told’ will take place. Admission to all these events is free, however advance ticket booking is required for OpenSouthCode 2023.
Presentation ‘And Picasso Remembers Flamenco’. Monday, June 5 at 7:00 p.m.
On Monday June 5th at 7:00 pm, there will be a presentation of the book ‘Y Picasso Remembered Flamenco’ by author Francis Marmol. Exclusively published by La Termica, the book covers, fictionally, but inspired by real events, the links between painter Pablo Picasso and flamenco.
The book highlights the importance of music that dominated Málaga at the end of the 19th century, influencing Picasso’s life and work. It is based on the story of a group of young painters from Málaga who traveled to Cannes to pay tribute to Picasso in 1957, and at the meeting the artist remembered the lyrics of some Cantes del Piaio from his hometown. Admission to the presentation is free until full capacity is reached.
Illustrations of the text by Emmanuel Lafont are also a fundamental part of the book, and the various municipalities of the province have their own traveling exhibition. After a tour of Benalmádena and Alhaurín el Grande, the exhibition organized by La Termica can be visited from June to July in Vélez-Málaga and from July to September in Rincón de la Victoria.
For more information: https://latermicamalaga.com/presentacion-del-libro-y-picasso-recordaba-el-flamenco/
‘Ten Years of Music’. Friday, June 9 at 6:00 p.m.
On June 9th, from 6:00 AM to 9:00 AM, a new program of the ‘Ten Years, Ten Appearances’ cycle will be held. Entitled ‘Ten Years of Music’, there will be a review of the national music scene over the last decade, with the ‘It All Begins Today’ team, from Radio 3, hosting a special live show. Facilities from La Termica. Presented and directed by Ángel Carmona, the program received the Best Reference for Music Radio in Spain and the Ondas Prize in 2015. Throughout the show, you can enjoy the biggest hits of the decade in Spain, and this will open up a space for discussion. How we grew up in this time. Additionally, the program will provide participants with an opportunity to interact with participating drivers and teams. Admission is free up to full capacity.
This activity is part of the ‘Ten Years, Ten Appearances’ cycle, a series of dialogues designed within the celebrations of the tenth anniversary of the creation of La Termica. They will discuss how different aspects of politics, culture and sociology have changed over the last ten years in Spain, Europe and the world. This colloquium, like others in the cycle, will be moderated by Pablo Simón, Doctor of Political and Social Sciences and Professor at the Carlos III University of Madrid.
For more information: https://latermicamalaga.com/diez-anos-de-musica-con-radio-3/
‘OpenSouthCode 2023’. June 9 and 10 from 10:00 am
Next 9 and 10 June, the fifth edition of OpenSouthCode will take place at the La Termica facilities. The event aims to bring together key technical communities with the aim of creating and sharing experiences in open source hardware and software. It is aimed at professionals in the field of technology and individuals or families who want to learn about the world Open source.
During its celebration, in the morning and afternoon, there will be more than 75 national and international conferences and various technical and cultural workshops, as well as a concert and a raffle. Also, for the little ones, there will be a series of workshops for kids on robotics, programming and video games. Admission to OpenSouthCode 2023 is free, although advance ticket booking is required on its website.
For more information: https://latermicamalaga.com/open-south-code-2023/
‘The History of Jazz Has Never Been Told’. June 10 in Vélez-Málaga.
The last stop of the traveling show ‘The Untold History of Jazz’ will be held on June 10 at MVVEL (Vélez-Málaga Museum) from 12:00 to 13:30. Malaga’s Center for Modern Art and Music (ELCAMM) has collaborated for the first time with La Termica to create this musical experience. The event will feature approximately thirty musicians and a narrator who will provide an entertaining and sonic representation of jazz history. The aim is to create an educational concert for the whole family, which combines music, history and interaction with the public.
The last stop for this concert is Vélez-Málaga. His journey began on April 28 at the La Termica facilities, after which he traveled to Alhaurin de la Torre on May 6. His third stop will be Torremolinos on May 13, and he will now finish his tour in Vélez-Málaga. Admission is free up to full capacity.
For more information: https://latermicamalaga.com/termijazz-la-historia-del-jazz-jamas-contada-torremolinos/