The jury awarded two honorable mentions; one to a Universidad Sergio Arboleda student and the other to a student at our House of Studies.
The event offered a space for dialogue between the poet and journalist, and the attendees, mostly Social Communication students, who took the opportunity to express their concerns on the communication media.
The Externado de Colombia University “Un libro por Centavos” poetry collection will have its space at the next International Book Fair of Madrid (Spain).
Poets Javier Gallego and Juan Pablo Roa will chat about poetry and journalism, at our House of Studies.
Dean Miguel Méndez Camacho opened the literary encounter, “The translator as an author. Tribute to Cervantes and Shakespeare,” the theme of the 145th edition of the Collection.
The event will be held at the Externado Library, with participation by Spanish authors and scholars, to commemorate the date of death of the author of Don Quixote, which is the same as the birth and death dates of Shakespeare. Language Day is celebrated April 23 in Spanish-speaking countries.
The Externado de Colombia University Cultural Decanatura invites university students throughout the country to participate in this year’s edition.
The Rectory and the Fernando Hinestrosa Friends of the Opera Club invite the Externadista community to a broadcast of the opera Anna Bolena, by Gaetano Donizetti.
The Cultural Decanatura introduced “Arde Babel,” Book No. 135 of the “Un Libro por Centavos” Collection, written by the young poet, Camila Charry. The anthology was selected and prepared by recognized poet Juan Manuel Roca.
In its continuous efforts to bring art, cinema, poetry, and music to the Externadista community, the Cultural Decanatura invited undergraduates to the screening of the film “Loving Vincent.”