Euskal Jaial at the University of Poznan!

Euskara. Kultura. Mundura.

2015-04-29

On April 15- 24, Poznan celebrated the Euskal Jaiak -Basque Party-, in collaboration with the readership of Basque Language and Culture of the Etxepare Basque Institute. They organized a great range of events to celebrate the Basque celebration, such as a Facebook contest. As the reader of the Etxepare Basque Institute in Poznan, Maialen Sobrino, told us, the students had a really good time celebrating Basque culture.

On Wednesday April 22, open Basque classes were organized at the university, and also various conferences: Artur Jablonsczi offered the talk "Txikiak Handi, eusko-kaxubiar proiektua" and Aitor Arruza talked on Basque comic, "Euskal komikigintza". Students also practiced herri kirolak - Basques traditional sports-, and to finish the day, a pintxo contest-gameplay was organized: participants had to guess the ingredients of the pintxos with closed eyes.

On Thursday, on the other hand, a mural based on post-it was established in the hall of the university. The people who walked past could write a word in Polish, and pupils translated it into Basque. The mural was created with all these words.

They also organized a photographic exhibition featuring photos of Polish students who visited the Basque Country, and to complete it, students shared their experiences in our territory. To conclude the day, Basque stories were read accompanied by music.

On Friday, the last day, the film Bertsolari was screened and there was also a session of bertso-rap.

On April 15- 24, Poznan celebrated the Euskal Jaiak -Basque Party-, in collaboration with the readership of Basque Language and Culture of the Etxepare Basque Institute. They organized a great range of events to celebrate the Basque celebration, such as a Facebook contest. As the reader of the Etxepare Basque Institute in Poznan, Maialen Sobrino, told us, the students had a really good time celebrating Basque culture.

On Wednesday April 22, open Basque classes were organized at the university, and also various conferences: Artur Jablonsczi offered the talk "Txikiak Handi, eusko-kaxubiar proiektua" and Aitor Arruza talked on Basque comic, "Euskal komikigintza". Students also practiced herri kirolak - Basques traditional sports-, and to finish the day, a pintxo contest-gameplay was organized: participants had to guess the ingredients of the pintxos with closed eyes.

On Thursday, on the other hand, a mural based on post-it was established in the hall of the university. The people who walked past could write a word in Polish, and pupils translated it into Basque. The mural was created with all these words.

They also organized a photographic exhibition featuring photos of Polish students who visited the Basque Country, and to complete it, students shared their experiences in our territory. To conclude the day, Basque stories were read accompanied by music.

On Friday, the last day, the film Bertsolari was screened and there was also a session of bertso-rap.

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