Hay Festival Cartagena de Indias 2018

Hay Festival Cartagena de Indias 2018

The Hay Festival of Cartagena de Indias brings together every January great authors and thinkers who work in collaboration with the local community and experts in different cultural aspects. Literature, visual arts, film, music, geopolitics, journalism, and the environment are mixed in an atmosphere of dialogue and celebration with which the local population is fully turned.   AC/E and Hay Festival Cartagena de Indias collaborate one more year in a program that reveals different facets of Spanish literature.

With a great international presence, a variety of events and interaction between artists and audiences, Hay Festival Cartagena is defined as the cultural event with the most impact and follow-up in Latin America.

The festival counts on the important presence of the Spanish writers: Pilar Adón, Ana Alonso, César Bona, Olga de Dios, Sergio del Molino, Marina Garcés, Alicia Giménez Bartlett, Javier Gomá, Fernando J. López, Sara Mesa, Jordi Montero, Carmen Pardo, Ana Penyas, Edurne Portela, Eloy Tizón y Carlos Zanón.
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