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Thursday scenic and Friday Cultural, proposals of the UIS to enjoy moments of relaxation

Thursday scenic and Friday Cultural
Thursday scenic and Friday Cultural

‘Es-cupido’ will be the presentation of Willy Clown with his circus and theater proposal during one more day of ‘Juevescénico’, on February 3rd from 4:00 p.m. at the open-air auditorium José Antonio Galán.

The star develops this story through clown techniques, magic, juggling and comedy. It seeks to generate in viewers the concern about issues of love, heartbreak and the balance of emotions for the benefit of the social fabric of our city.

‘Es-cupido’ is built from 3 literary texts: ‘Porque el amor es ciego’, ‘Almas gemelas’ and ‘El tiempo salva al amor’.

On Friday, February 4, the commemoration of the UIS Gender Equality Day will take place with a concert by the group Enkelé Voces y Tambores (Enkelé Voices and Drums).

This is a group of women who are united in the same passion for sung dances. They seek to promote, encourage and disseminate the cultural heritage because they believe that this intangible heritage can promote the reconstruction of the social fabric in our communities.

The activity will begin at 4:00 p.m. in the Luis A. Calvo auditorium. In both events’ admission is free for the UIS community. If you are an external audience, please register free of charge here: https://bit.ly/3GogmKS

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