Wintertuin Festival | Nijmegen, The Netherlands
The theme for Wintertuinfestival 2023 is inspired by the phenomenon of 'solastalgia': feeling homesick fowards a place which has been radically alterned towards the point that it is not recognised as home anymore. Wintertuinfestival shares perspectives on change: you've been here before.
The CELA participants take the stage on April 10th with a series of performances, transmedia installations and an editions of 'Translators Café'.
Passa Porta Festival | Brussels, Belgium
From 22 to 24 March, Passa Porta and the City of Brussels will host the ICORN Network Meeting, a major annual gathering of the International Cities of Refuge Network for writers, artists and journalists in exile. The two events were therefore conceived in line with each other and around a shared theme: that of REFUGE.
A hundred writers, thinkers and artists taking over the centre of Brussels to bring literature in all its forms to life: welcome to the Passa Porta Festival! On March 25th we present CELA. New Voices from Europe with CELA writers and translators
Conrad Festival | Kraków, Poland
The theme COMMUNITY - prompts us to think about the relationship between the individual and the collective. Together with guests from different countries and cultural backgrounds, we will discuss the values but also the limitations of belonging to a given group.
On October 28th we present CELA. New Voices from Europe with CELA writers and translators.
FOLIO Festival | Óbidos, Portugal
During the eleven days long FOLIO Festival, visitors will find exhibitions, concerts, masterclasses, book presentations, conferences, seminars, performances, author sessions, cinema, and many other activities.
On October 13, 2022, Óbidos International Literature Festival (FOLIO) invites CELA talents to the stage!
XIV Festival Krokodil, Belgrade, Serbia
The XIV edition of the Festival KROKODIL took place in Belgrade from June 17 to 19 under the title The Year of Magical Thinking as well as in Novi Sad on June 23 and 24 under the title On the Margins.
CELA authors and translators presented themselves and their work to both professional and wider audiences during three dynamic events.