Mostra Viva del Mediterrani cultural meeting celebrates its 10th anniversary and will focus its 2022 edition on analyzing peace in the Mediterranean. The edition will be held from September 22 to October 16, it will once again be face-to-face and will take place in more than 15 venues in the city of Valencia, where it will carry out its musical, scenic, literary activities, educational and social workshops.
This year’s motto is ‘Creating bridges of culture for peace in the Mediterranean’. This year, the contest seeks to “deepen its perspective and analyze fundamental problems that are affecting the coastal countries on a daily basis and that are the seed of the inequalities that occur.”
The exhibition – promoted by the Mostra Viva del Mediterrani Citizen Association and the ACM Foundation, and which has the support and collaboration of the Valencia City Council, the Generalitat Valenciana, the Provincial Council, the Ministry of Culture, the universities and more than half hundreds of public and private associations. This year, as in every edition, the presence of the FACM circles will be very important within the different disciplines with the participation of Algeria, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Morocco, France, Greece, Lebanon, among others, as well as with an important institutional reinforcement. , with Casa Mediterráneo, located in Alicante, hosting key activities.
Although the programming will be announced in September, the organization anticipates that its debates will be dedicated to dealing with international peace between sister nations and human rights thanks to the participation of groups, intellectuals and artists who are experts in the field; while the activities and shows will emphasize the need to establish new bridges of communication in a changing time and in need of a broad dialogue that serves to open new perspectives and find real joint solutions to curb inequalities between neighboring countries.
In this sense, the Encontre d’Escriptors will have the participation of authors and intellectuals whose work puts their interest in the pacification of Mediterranean conflicts; while the Music Trobada will recover some of the groups that marked a milestone in the first editions of the Mediterrani Music Trobada, such as the Moroccans Muluk El Hwa, closely linked to the trajectory of Al Tall, who were benchmarks in the approach and deepening of the common cultural roots from the popular musical tradition