Henna tattoo workshops, lectures and talks will be organized
Dedicated this year to Morocco, the cultural cycle Geographies d’Ordino arrives in Ecuador for its sixth edition this Saturday with a henna workshop that will take place at 11:00 a.m. in the Casa Pairal of the Ordino parish, in charge of Ghizlane Bellary. Attendees will learn the benefits of applying this natural pigment, its symbolism and its application to the skin. A resident health worker in Barcelona, Bellari is a specialist in the creation of henna drawings for brides, and will lead the first workshop of the cycle, while the second will be on May 20 and will close the cultural program with the preparation of a couscous , by the Andorran of Moroccan origin Nadia Azzouz. The philologist and specialist in sophist thought, regular collaborator of the cycle and researcher, Víctor Pallejà, will resume conferences in the foyer of the National Auditorium on Monday, May 15 at 7 p.m. with the presentation ‘Morocco from far and near. An introduction to its history seen from the Pyrenees’, by the philologist.