An evening with Camus

“Art as a Means of Moving”
14.12.2020
CaixaForum Palma, Pl. de Weyler, 3. Palma
Auditorium Lluís Domènech i Montaner
18.30 h

The Trobades & Premis Mediterranis Albert Camus of Menorca are coming to Palma de Mallorca, thanks to one of their most loyal partners: the University of the Balearic Islands, who has supported the project since its conception in 2017.

This event will invite the Mallorcan public, especially those from the university, to get to know the Trobades & Premis Mediterranis Albert Camus project, and to experience the kind of debate and guests that come to Menorca every two years.


6.30 p.m. Presentation
Introduction to the Trobades Mediterrànies Albert Camus and the Albert Camus Mediterranean Awards 2020, with the participation of Dr. Llorenç Huguet, Rector of the UIB; Joana Maria Seguí, Vice-Rector of Cultural Projection and Open University of the UIB; Miguel Àngel Moratinos, promoter of the TPMAC and Sandra Maunac, Director of the TPMAC.

7.00 pm Camusian evening
“Art as a Means of Moving”
Conversation about this sentiment, uttered by Albert Camus in his acceptance speech for the 1957 Nobel Prize, with David Trueba, film director, writer and actor, and journalist Marga Vives.

8.30 p.m. Concert
Concert by the University of the Balearic Islands Orchestra.
String quartet.


“Berenar” with Camus

“Camus, today more necessary than ever.”
30.09.2020
Pla de Sa Creu s/n, Sant Lluís
10.00 h

The Sant Lluís City Council and the team of the Trobades & Premis Mediterranis Albert Camus de Menorca invite you to the presentation of the Trobades i Premis Mediterranis Albert Camus 2020. The event includes the announcement of the winners of both the II Premi Mediterrani Albert Camus and the I Premi Mediterrani Albert Camus Incipiens and a “berenar” with Camus entitled “Camus, today more necessary than ever” in which all members of the jury will take part.


09.30 – 10.00 h. Doors open and seating
Please arrive early enough to take your seat in compliance with health protocols.

10.00 – 10.30 h. Presentation
Presentation of the Trobades Mediterrànies Albert Camus and the winners of the Premis Mediterranis Albert Camus 2020 with the organizers, co-organizers and sponsors of the event.


10.30-11.30 h. A “berenar” with Camus
“Camus, today more necessary than ever.”
The health crisis caused by the Covid-19 pandemic has shown that we need guidance. And the success of the novel “Plague”, 73 years after its publication, calls for reflection.

This conversation-debate will be led by the jury of the II Albert Camus Mediterranean Prize: Hoda Barakat, Lebanese writer and translator, Anne Prouteau, President of the Society for Camusian Studies, Anna Caballé, writer, teacher and literary critic, Luis García Montero, writer, poet and current director of the Cervantes Institute and José Miguel G. Cortés, director of the IVAM.



An evening with Camus

“Fraternity in solidarity: The Urgency of a Camusian humanism”
30.09.2020
Es Claustre. Carrer del Claustre del Carme, 50, Maó
19.00 h

On Wednesday 30th September 2020 at 19.00 h we will present the Trobades Mediterrànies Albert Camus and the Premis Mediterranis Albert Camus 2020, as well as the Evening with Camus entitled “Fraternity in Solidarity; The Urgency of a Camusian humanism”. With Anna Caballé and Luis García Montero.



19.00 h  Doors open and seating
Please arrive early enough to take your seat in compliance with public health protocols.

19.30 h Presentation
Presentation of the Trobades Mediterrànies Albert Camus and the winners of the Premis Mediterranis Albert Camus 2020, with Conxa Juanola, Councillor for Culture of the Town Hall of Maó, and Sandra Maunac, Director of the Trobades & Premis Mediterranis Albert Camus from Menorca.

20.00 – 21.00 h An Evening with Camus
“Fraternity in Solidarity; The Urgency of a Camusian humanism”
Conversation-debate about one of the primary themes of Albert Camus’ thought in which two members of the jury of the II Premi Mediterrani Albert Camus will take part: Anna Caballé, writer, teacher and literary critic, and Luis García Montero, writer, poet and current director of the Cervantes Institute.