FLIC is an arts and literature festival for the whole family which is celebrating its 9th year in Barcelona, Vic and Móstoles. With its distinct marriage of art and literature, FLIC showcases a number of playful ideas that invite us to take part in unusual literary experiences, to join creative workshops, to move to the rhythm of rhymes and urban dance, to dance reading, to read dancing … and everything accompanied by a pile of books.
We will meet Emily Hughes, the author of the poster for this ninth edition of the festival and the award-winning illustration album Wild, who will lead a family workshop. We can also see La Tomasa, a show by the Brodas Bros hip-hop crew, who will reinterpret the repertoire of oral tradition with Lorcian reminiscences, dancing to the tune of Tutting, Waving, Liquid Dance, Locking, Body Percussion and Popping. Comic lovers can join the workshop by José Ja Ja Ja, an artist specialized in narrative drawings, comics and books. And La Diurna de Pere Faura invites us to dance a book in family: What would happen if we use the tools of dance to write, to describe or read the object contained in the story?
FLIC is a collaboration with Subdirección General del Libro.