THE SALON by Fanjul&Ward
The music salons in Paris in the 18th century were a space supported by women, where they could talk, have an opinion and live an intellectually rich and nourishing life.
This place was attended by philosophers, scientists, writers, artists, etc. and of course this space was accompanied by music.
And we love the idea of emulating that space online, with rich conversations that make us think beyond the thoughts we always have.
Saturday, August 8th, 11 a.m. (Chilean time)
OUR NATIVE PEOPLE
Special Guest: Elicura Chihuailaf,
Oralitor and Poet
Being with Elicura, is like sitting in summer under an old raulí and with a very happy green shade and being able to feel very close the freshness of those beautiful rivers of the south. Elicura is a friend-brother and in his presence you can feel that natural respect that a being has for another being, he does not need to know much more about you and less needs your titles or presentations. I had the opportunity to meet his mother and I felt the same with her, as with his sister too. So I wonder if this is a habit of our native peoples? taking care of you, taking care of the other? understanding by the other: human being, or tree, or water, or fire, or intangible beings? that is the conversation we will have.
To connect this Saturday go to FanjulandWard's Facebook Live