‘Paraules que alimenten’ [words that nourish] is the slogan for the seventh edition of the Family Literature Festival at the FLIC Festival, which is being held at the Centre de Cultura Contemporània de Barcelona (CCCB) and the Museu d’Art Contemporani de Barcelona (MACBA) on 4 and 5 February.
This new edition of the festival links food with literature and will drive a solidarity campaign entitled ‘Vine al FLIC i dónan’s la llauna’[come to the FLIC and bring a tin]. The initiative invites families to take along basic food items and tinned food, which will be donated to the food bank.
The programme includes activities and experiences for all the family, such as storytelling, shows, performances, workshops, games and more. The idea is to promote innovation and experimentation in the various formats of children’s and youth literature.
This year’s event opts for in-house creations, with new productions such as Batibull, a show based around music, poetry and dance, Soroll, an audio-visual production inspired by Marion Bataille’s book Bruits, and the sensory game area ‘Prohibit no tocar’, designed for toddlers up to the age of three.
The unique ticket format is valid for both days and for all activities.