On behalf of Escuela de Escritores (Madrid), Lara Coto, one of the project managers of the Spanish delegation, shares a vivid and personal account of her experience over the first CELA meeting recently celebrated in Brussels (September, 2017). The CELA project (Connecting Emerging Literary Artists) is headed by our Dutch colleagues from ArtEZ and Wintertuin with the support of the EU program Creative Europe
Brussels is the European city currently hosting the launching of the first edition of CELA project–Connecting Emerging Literary Artists, headed by our colleagues from ArtEZ (The Netherlands).
Thanks to our Teachers Interchange Programme, Frank Tazeelar, the director of the Institute of the Arts (ArtEZ / The Netherlands) imparted a three days lesson focused on “Strategies for writers in an interaction environment” to the masters’ students of Escuela de Escritores in Madrid.
This year Madrid was the hosting city of the European event. Between the 27th and the 31st of May, Escuela de Escritores welcomed more than 40 European participants with a remarked presence of our colleagues from the UK, headed by NAWE’s director Paul Munden.