The Department of Gender Equality and Policies, in charge of Mayte Roldán, has designed and extended, to two weeks, an intense and very ambitious programming dedicated to women in which there will be presentations of books, theater, art, feminism, food brotherhood and the I Cursa de la Dona.
The program, organized in collaboration with the Association of Housewives, will start tomorrow Friday March 1, with the opening of the exhibition Fotodona in the Municipal Market. The Saturday, March 2, at 18: 30 hours, in Espai Molí, there will be a performance of the avant-garde gatera artist Pepa Caselles, who will paint a painting with the mocho and the broom singing coplas.
The programming will continue Monday, March 4, to the 17: 00 hours, in the Social Center, with the work Teatre d'emocions, of the group Teatreres del Món. Feminism and literature will come Tuesday, March 5, to the 18: 30 hours in the Social Center, with the presentation of the book: The invisible gifts of the writer and pedagogue Mercè Viana. Next there will be a round table in which the writer of Xàbia, Pepa Guardiola, recently awarded with the prize will participate Letter Lila. The table will be moderated by the writer and journalist Empar Ferrer.
The March 6 and 7, the activities and meetings of brotherhood will continue with walks and popular snacks. The Friday March 8, at 22: 00 hours, it will be the turn of the play What disgust of Love of Lunantando Teatro, in the Social Center. The Saturday, March 9, El Poble Nou de Benitatxell will live its I Cursa de la Dona to the benefit of APROSDECO (Asociación Pro Deficiente Psíquicos de Dénia and Comarca Marina Alta).
The programming does not forget the little ones either. The awareness at an early age is a premise of the Department of Equality, so the Saturday, March 16, at 11: 30 hours in the Municipal Library there will be a storyteller under the title The Equality chest. The two intense weeks dedicated to women will end on Saturday, 16 in March at the 18: 30 in Espai Molí, with the conference Women and Culture by María Gilabert, secretary general of the Classical and Modern collective.