Comic festival Italy 2016: 2 great events in Cagliari in November
- Published: 25-10-2016
- Category: Events
If you are real comic enthusiast, you surely know what is the Festival internazionale dei fumetti e dei cartoni nel Mediterraneo Nues, a comic festival that takes place every year in Cagliari. And if you need to find a good idea for an autumn holiday in Sardinia, there are two events in November that you really shouldn’t miss.
At 6am, at the Mediateca del Mediterraneo in via Mameli, you can make a journey that begins in 1992 with Elizabeth Sprayliz, teenage high school student with passion for graffiti, and arrives in 2016 with Dragonero and the adventures of Ian Aranill, a dragon hunter: on this day, you can meet Luca Enoch, Italian comics artist.
From 10am to 1pm, at the Mediateca del Mediterraneo in via Mameli, there will be a debate on the female imaginary with journalist Ornella Demuru, Assia Petricelli and Sergio Riccardi (authors of Cattive ragazze – 15 storie di donne audaci e creative, a graphic novel), Luca Enoch, Silvana Maniscalco (chairwoman of Ceteris, an anti-violence against woman center), Federica Ginesu (journalist).
The theme of the 2016 edition is “Sulle ali dell’immaginario” (“On the wings of imagination”). And the festival is divided into five sections:
- Il cielo sopra Cagliari: fulcrum of the section is the legend of the Gulf of the Angels and the Devil’s Saddle.
- Mediterraneo_Immaginario: dedicated to Spanish comics.
- Immaginaria_mente: exploration of the imaginary about to the problems of mental health.
- Donna, immagina!: dedicated to female imaginary.
- Immaginario_sostenibile: imaginary and environment.
For further information about the 2016 edition of Nues in Cagliari, you can visit the official website of the event, Centrointernazionalefumetto.it.
Image source: Flickr.com/photos/luccacomicsandgames