Hay Festival Arequipa 2021 – Drawing

Are you in Arequipa? If you find yourself in the White City, you can see the live broadcasts of all of the events for free, on the big screen, comfortably seated at the Paraninfo de la Universidad Nacional de San Agustín, where you can enjoy the talks from 1 to 7 November.

More info at +51 984346405 or infoperu@hayfestival.com
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Rocío Quillahuaman in conversation with Gustavo Pino

Viral illustrations

Auditorio del Centro Cultural Santo Domingo
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Rocío Quillahuaman (Peru/Spain) was born in Lima and lives in Barcelona. She studied Audiovisual Communication and has worked for PlayGround, Grupo Zeta and Gestmusic. She is currently one of Spain’s most viral illustrators thanks to her animated videos, which are satires on the social and political reality she sees around her. To date she has created over 300 animations and has more than 177 thousand followers on Instagram. Here she presents her first book, Marrón. In conversation with Gustavo Pino.

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Rocío Quillahuaman in conversation with Rosita Charaja

Drawing on the social media

Teatro Arequepay
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Rocío Quillahuaman (Peru/Spain) was born in Lima and lives in Barcelona. She studied Audiovisual Communication and has worked for PlayGround, Grupo Zeta and Gestmusic. She is currently one of Spain’s most viral illustrators thanks to her animated videos, which satirise the social and political reality she sees around her. To date she has created over 300 animations and has more than 177 thousand followers on Instagram. Here she presents her first book, Marrón. In conversation with illustrator Rosita Charaja.

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Liniers in conversation with Omar Zevallos

UNSA (Paraninfo)
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The celebrated illustrator Liniers (Argentina) was born in Buenos Aires and lives in the state of Vermont, USA. He is an avid reader, and the first things he remembers reading as a child, and which have inspired some of his own cartoons, were classics such as Mafalda and Tintin. Liniers has since become a hugely acclaimed illustrator for his comic series Macanudo and for designing covers for musicians such as Andrés Calamaro and Albert Pla, a front page for the New York Times Magazine, and also for his live shows with Kevin Johansen and Alberto Montt. In conversation with local cartoonist Omar Zevallos Velarde.

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Alberto Montt

Plaza San Francisco
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At this event, we present one of the most talented and entertaining of illustrators, the author of books such as Soñar no cuesta nada, No apagues la luz, Dino y Laura, Solo necesito un gato and Ansiedad as well as the blog En Dosis Diarias. We will meet Alberto Montt (Chile) to talk about illustration, reading, childhood and growing up.

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Alberto Montt

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Nicolás Alonso and Rocío Quillahuaman in conversation with Enrique Durand Villalobos

New media for fiction: Podcasts and digital media for telling stories

Universidad Católica de Santa María
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Fiction is no longer only to be found in books; we read and consume stories through podcasts, audiobooks and different digital media. At this event, we talk to guests who innovate in terms of the formats they use to express reality. To discuss this topic, Hay Festival has invited the editor of the podcast Radio Ambulante Nicolás Alonso (NPR) and the illustrator and writer Rocío Quillahuaman, who has over 177 thousand followers on Instagram who watch her social and political satires, to talk to Enrique Durand Villalobos.

Event for students

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Standup Ilustrado with Liniers and Montt

Teatro Fénix - Escenario Gales / Llwyfan Cymru
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Two of the continent’s favourite cartoonists return to Hay Arequipa with their Standup Ilustrado show to talk to us about what they have been doing during these two years of the pandemic, their new projects and they very particular, and highly entertaining, view of the world. With Ricardo Siri Liniers (Argentina) acclaimed his comic series Macanudo and for designing covers for musicians such as Andrés Calamaro and Albert Pla, a front page for the New York Times Magazine; and Alberto Montt (Chile), author of books such as Soñar no cuesta nada, No apagues la luz, Dino y Laura, Solo necesito un gato and Ansiedad as well as the blog En Dosis Diarias.

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Standup Ilustrado with Liniers and Montt

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Alberto Vergara in conversation with Doris Zuzunaga. With the participation of illustrator Andrea Lértora

Plaza San Francisco
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Alberto Vergara presents his first book for children, Otta, la gaviota que tenía… ¡vértigo!, which tells the story of an unusual friendship between a seagull and a pelican, showing that much more important than differences is the affection that can arise between friends. Vergara will read parts of this charming and special story, in an activity moderated by Doris Zuzunaga. With the participation of Andrea Lértora, the illustrator of the book.

Ages 5 to 8
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Andrea Lértora

Drawing with Sayri

Plaza San Francisco
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The illustrator Andrea Lértora presents and activity based on her books Sayri y el mensaje del cóndor and Sayri y el telar de las estrellas, which tell the tale of Sayri, a very special boy who discovers great secrets in nature, accompanied by condors, the mountain, the sea and the stars. Andrea will share these stories with the young attendees and will lead a drawing session.

For children ages 7 to 11 and teachers
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Andrea Lértora

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Katya Adaui and Eduardo Tokeshi

Patichueca

Plaza San Francisco
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The Peruvian writer Katya Adaui presents a beautiful book for children, illustrated with the delightful artwork of Eduardo Tokeshi. Paty is a little dog who is growing older, but her companion Ciro is ready to look after her, learning about the passage of time, loyalty and affection.

For children aged 5 and over
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Eduardo Tokeshi in conversation with Kathy Serrano

Sanzu

UNSA (Paraninfo)
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Peru is a country of migrants and immigrants. The social and cultural fabric is a mixture of cultures and experiences of geographical displacement, both inside and outside the country. We talk to the acclaimed Peruvian writer Eduardo Tokeshi, a poet, fiction writer and visual artist, and also a grandson of Japanese immigrants, about his recently published Sanzu. This is an illustrated work that explores the author’s roots, revealing his facets both as writer and as illustrator through the power of his words and artwork. In conversation with Kathy Serrano, a writer born in Venezuela and resident in Peru.

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