The student at the Institut Terrassa, Júlia de la Rosa, has participated in the contest through the call from Terrassa City of Film, led by the Taula Local de l’Audiovisual, in January. As every year, the Korean city, ‘sister’ of Terrassa, in the network of creative cities of UNESCO, extended the invitation to the educational communities of other cities to participate in the aforementioned International Poster Competition within the International Festival Kid & Youth, Biky.
The festival, which has 14 editions, annually convenes the participation to create its own promotional poster and invites you to create pieces for children between 5 and 12 years of all the cities of the world cinema under the motto ‘I love playing!’. This is the first year that Terrassa, thanks to the fluid relationship that is taking place in the network with communities around the world, extended its participation in Terrassa schools. The educational center has been the participant of this year and one of its students has won the contest after passing a cured process of selection by the jury of the Biky. Galway, Rome, Qingdao, Yamagata, Lodz and Moscow also presented their works.
The prize, in addition to the recognition of the center and the city as a whole, consists of the invitation for the student and a tutor to participate actively in the Festival even by jury of the works that will be exhibited. The festival will be held from July 9 to 15 next.
Terrassa City of Film, a UNESCO city of cinema, will continue in the future by generating synergies between proposals, own and others, to extend the entire community to participate in this type of event.