Basque writer Unai Elorriaga talked to the students of Brno through Mintzanet

Euskara. Kultura. Mundura.

2015-04-23

On Monday, April 20, the Basque writer Unai Elorriaga analyzed ‘SPrako tranbia’-‘Un poco de chocolate’ with the students of the readership of Basque language and culture of Brno (Czech Republic), through Mintzanet platform, with the help of the reader Nagore Jimenez. You can now see the full video.

This has been a great week for the writer Unai Elorriaga, as he has been awarded the 2014 Critics Award for the work ´Iazko Hezurrak´, in the narrative section. Meanwhile, Felipe Juaristi has won the one of the poetry section for the work ´Piztutako etxea´. Zorionak!

The project ´Euskal sortzaileak sarean´ was launched in 2014 by the Etxepare Basque Institute and Maramara *’s Mintzanet project. Basque artists have offered online chats to the students of the readerships worlwide.

The second edition of the project will start soon, with the session on Basque culture of Pio Perez and the students of Mosku, with the collaboration of the reader Ainhoa Ayerbe. The next chat will be in charge of Harkaitz Cano, who will talk to the students of Poznan (Poland) about his works; and the following one will be Eider Rodriguez, who will talk with students of Konstanz (Germany) on June 22.

On Monday, April 20, the Basque writer Unai Elorriaga analyzed ‘SPrako tranbia’-‘Un poco de chocolate’ with the students of the readership of Basque language and culture of Brno (Czech Republic), through Mintzanet platform, with the help of the reader Nagore Jimenez. You can now see the full video.

This has been a great week for the writer Unai Elorriaga, as he has been awarded the 2014 Critics Award for the work ´Iazko Hezurrak´, in the narrative section. Meanwhile, Felipe Juaristi has won the one of the poetry section for the work ´Piztutako etxea´. Zorionak!

The project ´Euskal sortzaileak sarean´ was launched in 2014 by the Etxepare Basque Institute and Maramara *’s Mintzanet project. Basque artists have offered online chats to the students of the readerships worlwide.

The second edition of the project will start soon, with the session on Basque culture of Pio Perez and the students of Mosku, with the collaboration of the reader Ainhoa Ayerbe. The next chat will be in charge of Harkaitz Cano, who will talk to the students of Poznan (Poland) about his works; and the following one will be Eider Rodriguez, who will talk with students of Konstanz (Germany) on June 22.

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