The art of migrant women as a means of redemption and participation in the center of initiatives organized by the Juvenilja Association for Women's Day, with the sponsorship of the Municipality of Forlì. Friday 8 March at 15: 00, at the cultural center L'Urlo, in Via Marcolini 4, the exhibition will be inaugurated "Portrait of a Woman" of the Albanian painter Elona Marika, which can be visited until Sunday 10 March. A certain melancholy retraces his works: moods that are sometimes suffering and sometimes full of light, the artist dances inside them, starting biting dances.
The women will also be protagonists of the public meeting scheduled for Sunday 10 March at 15: 00 always at Scream. Three different stories that share the love for art and the desire to continue to do it even in immigration, despite the many difficulties. A poet and writer: Irma Kurti, a painter: Elona Marika, a singer and animator: Liljana Picari. Kurti, a life dedicated to poetry, with particular attention to opera, is the author of many Albanian song lyrics awarded at national pop music festivals.
Many of his publications are in Albanian, and three are in Italian, the last is a collection of short stories: "An autumn with no return", published last year by Kimerik. Marika too, with her canvases, drawings and watercolors, split between Durazzo and Piacenza, exhibiting several times in her hometown and in Italy. Picari, very active in the Romagna area in the voluntary and social field, president of the Association "Integriamoci Insieme" of Cervia, gave life years ago to the group of Albanian folk dances and songs formed by Albanian children with a double meaning: to cultivate their roots and make them known to the adoption company.
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