Anna Pantinat IN RESiDENCE at the School Josep Comas i Solàhttps://annapantinat.com
Anna Pantinat (Barcelona, 1977) was trained at the Barcelona Conservatory and also studied the theatre and has taken part in the production of short films and theatre shows. In the field of music, she plays keyboards, Theremin and trombone for groups like Passatge Insòlit, Cabaret Manson, Daniel Sáez i els Fabricants, and Cruceros Perfidia. She is also the leader of another band, Pentina’t Lula. Turning to her literary work, in 2014 she published a book of poetry, De sobte, un estiu (LaBreu Edicions, Ventura Gassol Prize) and, the following year, Construcció de la nit, which received the Joan Duch de Juneda Prize. Her poem Els Déus de l’Olimp tenen casa a Cadaqués was shortlisted as one of the year’s best pieces at the 2015 Jocs Florals poetry competition in Barcelona. Pantinat contributes to Gent Normal, Cabaret Elèctric and Revista de Letras (La Vanguardia), writing about literature and books. Finally, in cooperation with Daniel Ardura, she manages the Repetidor Disc recording label.
Biography written in 2017
School Josep Comas i Solàwww.inscomasisola.cat
This is the fifth edition in which Josep Comas i Solà participate. Again, with a group of students of third and fourth of ESO, of the Aula Abierta group.
The Institut Comas i Solà (Trinitat Vella, Sant Andreu) was created in 1990 in response to pressure from residents keen to ensure that local youngsters did not have to travel to other neighbourhoods in order to pursue their secondary education. The centre is named after Josep Comas i Solà, an astronomer who popularised science and promoted modern astronomy in Catalonia and was also the director of the Fabra Observatory.
Presentation written in 2018
Students 3rd & 4th of ESO from the group of the Open Classroom:
Kimberly Nahomi Abreu Santiago, Mansoor Asim, Jesffryes Bradford Baca Hernández, Raúl González de los Santos, Yeirelis Franchesca Morillo Fernández, Yostin Pérez Vargas, Samuel Prats Piqueras, Nabila Rachidi Salmerón, María Raza Parveen, Alba Rodríguez Pelegrín, César Rojas Arribas, Nathali Aleyda Santana del Valle, Noelia Serrano Jiménez and Ali Zain
Jorge Ferrer & Marian Rivero
Curation and coordination:
Marc Balfagon and Miquel Cabal (L’Afluent)
Culture Institute of Barcelona
Barcelona Education Consortium
Residencia tied to "Barcelona UNESCO City of Literature", at the Poetry Week and SÂLMON< Festival