EYECatalunya, from the Arts Santa Monica

The next session of the monthly interview programme designed to give international projection to Catalan creators will take place on the 8th of July

EYECatalunya is a technological platform that aims to provide international projection for the cream of Catalan creators. The platform consists of a monthly programme of interviews with three personalities from different spheres (arts, sciences, technology, etc.) whose work is based in Catalonia.

On the second Tuesday of every month beginning at 8 pm the programme is broadcast live from the Arts Santa Monica and online to hundreds of countries around the world.

On Tuesday the 8th of July the platform will present psychologist Albert Costa, stage designer and performer, Maria Stoyanova, and chorus director Ed Alcroft. Albert Costa, doctor in psychology in the University of Barcelona, focusses his research on the cognitive and neural foundations for language processing, with particular interest in the understanding of how two languages are represented and processed in the same brain. Maria Stoyanova trained for years in Catalonia, Spain and Poland, and focusses on performances that are personal and autobiographical while English-born Ed Alcroft, who has lived in Barcelona since 2006, is the founder of the Barcelona English Choir, a choral group based around the idea that everyone is able to sing.

Each guest is given six minutes to present their project, six minutes for an interview, and six more minutes to respond to questions from people attending the program and people connected to the web from all parts of the world. The programme is presented by Patricia Caicedo, the creator of EYECatalunya.

Publication date: Monday, 23 June 2014
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