Featured Exhibition

Exhibition “Federico García Lorca en scène”

OPENING 10 June 2017
Born in 1898 in Fuente Vaqueros, in Andalusia, Federico García Lorca was a major poet. But beyond the poet, a number of other Lorcas exist. There was the artist-draftsman, the inspired musician, and the man of the theater, a playwright, actor, and director.

Current exhibition

Agenda

Lectura dramatizada « Leyendo Lorca » por Irene Escolar [In Spanish]

Viernes 30 de junio a las 19h

Lectura dramatizada « Leyendo Lorca » por Irene Escolar [In Spanish]

Play (in French)

Wednesday 5th July at 8.30pm

Rencontre théâtrale Transvaldésia «Rainer Maria Rilke – Une chevauchée»

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Library

A space for reading and working, open to everyone since January 2014, the objective of the Jan Michalski Foundation library is to reflect, through its collections, the fields of literary creation and knowledge.

Its collections are intended to be multicultural, multilingual and with the broadest geographical coverage.

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Jan Michalski Prize

Banner Jan Michalski Prize 2016

The jury of the Jan Michalski Prize for Literature has rewarded the Bulgarian author Georgi Gospodinov this year for his work The Physics of Sorrow: a labyrinth-novel, a world-novel, that explores the meanders of individual and collective memory in the search for humanity; a fantastic story chest that is inventive, profound, poetic and philosophical.

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News

Jan Michalski Foundation residences for writers:
applications open for 2018 session

We are pleased to inform you that applications for the residences 2018 are open until 14th July 2017.

How to become a resident

Submit your application

Opening hours

Library
from Tuesday to Sunday: 9am-6pm
Exhibition 
from Tuesday to Friday: 2pm-6pm
from Saturday to Sunday: 9am-6pm

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