cultural agenda | What to do in Madrid this week: “Fitness Climate”, “Family Musical Feast”, “Bestiario”. Vampires, Witches and Misfits, “In Your Face: Chicano Art After Kara”, “The Best of Notodofilmfest”, Los Jueves del Lázaro and “Tóim, Where Are You?”

Adapting to the effects of climate change has gone from being a pipe dream to an urgent necessity. For this reason, thinking about it, and understanding the interrelationships that exist between the species that inhabit this world, is increasingly urgent. The program that Intermediae is starting in July in Matadero – and which will continue until the summer of next year – invites us to be part of this collective thinking and to imagine alternatives in this context of crisis, such as “climatic fitness & rdquor; that is, the physical and mental preparation that we will need at a given moment to face the consequences Ecological breakdown Over the next few months, various activities will take place, including a seminar on critical studies, a series of conferences, a call for video art, and another for research projects.To open the program, an intervention was opened this week in Saucer 17 with works by Faysal Altunbozar, Itziar Barrio and Ibi Camp and Irati Enorisa and Mary Magic.

“family musical feast”

The Teatro Real concludes its season with a series of concerts designed for the whole family, where little ones can get close to classical music in a fun and participatory way. Until mid-July, they have organized eight sessions that will take place at the Real Teatro de Retiro and in which we will listen to works by composers such as Vivaldi, Mozart, Tchaikovsky, Brahms or Strauss, as well as all you need is love the Beatles. The screenplay was done by Fernando Palacios and the music direction was by Lara Deloy. In addition, on the Real Teatro de Retiro website there is a file Tutorial guide With activities for all ages, allowing the little ones to get to know the pieces that will be played at the party a little better.

‘animal. Vampires, witches and misfits

During summer nights, Hotel Reina Sofía opens its garden doors so we can shelter from the heat while we enjoy a good movie. This year, outdoor cinema programming is dedicated to monsters in its broadest sense: as the representation of evil in horror stories and science fiction, but also as the embodiment of the marginal, the strange, and the inappropriate. The selection of titles is most eclectic and includes classic, independent, auteur, cult and animated films. Thus, in their programming they coexist Doctor Frankenstein by James Will hexane by Benjamin Christensen freaks By Todd Browning with love witch by Anna Beller, Irma Vape by Oliver Assayas OR small pig By Carlota Pereda (who will attend the session on August 5 to present the film).

In Your Face: The Art of Chicano Post-Face

The Art of Chicano: Resistance and Affirmation (also known by its acronym, beloved) was a touring exhibition that traveled to various parts of the United States in the early 1990s. Including only the works of Mexican-American artists, this was the first major exhibition dedicated to this type of art, which received significant media attention and recognition. Access to major museums. The exhibition that now arrives at the Serrería Belga Cultural Space, curated by Susana Smith Bautista, is a kind of perfect continuation of that history belovedthis time with works by creators belonging to a new generation who, like those who were part of the gallery in the 1990s, have made Chicano and Mexican identity the center of their work.

“The best of Notodofilmfest”

Since 2001, Notodofilmfest has brought us the best short films from the bowels of the Internet and discovered creators with enormous and unclassifiable talent. Its festival never ceases to amaze us edition after edition, which is why the session organized by Cine Paz this Saturday is a great opportunity to see on the big screen some of the best short films shot in Madrid and its different regions. This is an event organized by Notodofilmfest in collaboration with the Madrid Film Office – who sponsors Madrid Prize 21 Regionsis awarded to those works that depict Madrid as the best place to shoot – and at the end of the show, their director will speak with some of the creators.

“Jealousy House and Jungles in Ardenia”

Jealousy and jungle house in Jordan It is the only comedy that Cervantes has not performed professionally since its creation four centuries earlier. Theater director Ernesto Arias suggested correcting it and finally bringing Cervantes’ work to the stage. He will do it next week in the auditorium of the Juan March Foundation, under his initiative Guest playwright. If the work has never been staged, it is probably because its plot is not linear and no story stands out above the other, due to the occurrence of two different but parallel narratives: the story of two knights from the court of Charlemagne who fall in love with the same woman and two shepherds who are delirious because they are Also in love with the Shepherdess herself, all seasoned with mythical and allegorical figures.

This Thursday, a great plan in the Lazzaro Galdiano Museum. Two lucky groups of 25 people will gain access to and visit the Museum’s facilities accompanied by professional guides, who will lead them among the works of artists such as Velazquez, Murillo, Cranach, Constable, Barrett or Madrazo. At the end of the visit, the group will be able to enjoy a beer and music Chill out In the elegant palace garden that houses the museum’s collection. These visits are part of the programme Lazarus Thursdaywhich started in June, and after taking a break in August, will start again in September.

“Twim, where are you?”

The importance of having various references begins in childhood, because the more facts the little ones know, the richer the world they can imagine. In this case the book Tom, where are you? He tells us how different our hair is and how, like Lou – the protagonist of the story – on many occasions the type of hair we have can be intimately linked to our identity. Written and illustrated by Tamires Lima, this story is about accepting our features and our roots, and claims that all hair types are equal in beauty. At the end of telling the story, all attendees will have the materials to make a little doll whose hair they can decorate with all kinds of embellishments.

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