- The Open Space by SeNAF said goodbye to the year with an artistic and expressive day, open to adolescents.
- Artists, music and different proposals filled the patios and gardens of the house.
- Producers, writers and musicians from Córdoba participated, as well as the 352 Junior Youth Orchestra from Río Ceballos.
The Youth Space, inaugurated this year by the Secretariat for Children, Adolescents and Family (SeNAF), organized a multi-day open to adolescents in its large house in Bv. Illia to say goodbye to the year. The event “A thousand ways to read” filled their patios and terraces with artists, music and multiple languages and expressive activities.
At 4:00 pm the boys and girls of the 352 Ipem Alfredo Cavalotti de Río Ceballos children’s and youth orchestra were there, positioned in their positions and with the tuned instruments to start the event’s programming.
Federico Robledo, director of Intersectoral Articulation of SeNAF welcomed. “It is a joy to see that this Space is full of so many young people”, He said. And he remembered that the house is open to them. “It is a place where they can participate, express themselves and deploy projects. A space for listening, learning and developing what you do. want ”invited the director.
Next, the orchestra began its repertoire, but not before its director Pablo Almada introducing the members and their instruments, and didactically telling how they work. “Community work is very strong … Being protagonists and at another time letting another protagonist be is what makes an orchestra”, he described.
The musical pieces performed by the 352 orchestra continued with the presentation of the metals: trumpet, trombones, tuba and others of the family. A compilation that constituted a small sample of “The space of metal winds” by teaching musicians, who gave a free methodical teaching workshop of these instruments to adolescents that began to function in the Young Space.
The color of the music gave rise to the initiation of the multiple expressive activities that took place in different parts of the house proposed for adolescents and young people.
In the backyard, a group of boys and girls began to participate in a micro-writing workshop. Arranged on a puff on the garden, they followed the slogans that awoke him to leave stories and emotions on paper, motivated by the poet and writer Flor López.
At the same time, in the Zoom of the Young Space, another group was preparing to delve into the tips and podcast production. Everything you have to think about when creating podcasts was put into practice in a workshop coordinated by producer Rocío Longo.
On the terrace, a group of young artists presented different fanzines of their own. A mixture of communication and art demonstrated the sheets. Also, the Cuervolobo publishing house showed its fictions by Cordovan authors intended for young audiences. The stories and novels of a fantastic, mythological, and suspenseful order were presented by the editor Carolina Peredo.
On the other hand, Professor Natividad del Águila explained the different communication systems that exist for people with disabilities. From braille to pictograms that are often used when girls and boys have various disabilities. From this stand you could find the version of your name in sign language, and come out with a piece of paper with it written in braille.
Cello and guitar music set the scene for the tour of the stands on the terrace. A pururu stand also accompanied the walk for those who enjoyed the day at the Casona with some refreshments.
Near the end, Flor López presented her book “Pulseaditas” reading some of her texts. One copy was raffled off among the young people, as well as copies of the Cuervolobo publishing house and some fanzines, to later give rise to the acoustics of the group Los Parker that closed the day with the fall of the sunset.
With this event and a toast at the end, the participants and the organizers said goodbye to the year and celebrated the launch of the Youth Space in 2021.
The event was conceived between the Intersectoriality Area Team and the SeNAF Provincial Autonomy Program, which have their headquarters in the Space. Coordinated by Laura Bustamante, cultural producer of our city.