A Basque in Boise

From this week’s Astero: Basque International Summer School, Laburbira Film Circuit, and Go Basque Tours

Astero‘s weekly bulletin always brings interesting news related to the Basque Country and the Diaspora. This week, we will learn about the Basque International Summer School (organized by the University of the Basque Country/Euskal Herriko Unibertsitatea), getting your club or center’s Basque film featured by Laburbira, and touring the Basque Country with Go Basque tours.

Basque International Summer School

Once again, the University of the Basque Country/Euskal Herriko Unibertsitatea, is organizing an educational and fun program through its “Basque Culture II. International Summer School.” This two-week program will run July 3-14, 2017 in Donostia-San Sebastian, with courses taught by international experts, and an agenda that includes several cultural outings. Classes will range from literature, dance and music to science and technology. For complete information on the program, including tuition fees and lodging, visit their website, or email them at: basque.culture@ehu.eus.

Basque Yourself 1st International Summer School 2016 from UPV/EHU on Vimeo.

Laburbira Film Circuit

Laburbira

Laburbira film circuit is currently accepting requests from those wishing to participate in this year’s tour. If your club or center is interested in featuring a Basque film between the dates of March 9-April 12, 2017, then make sure you get your request in by January 30th. The intent to participate form can be found here. They have received 22 films to choose from and the final list will be provided in the beginning of February. For complete information, visit their website.

Go Basque Tours

Go BasqueWe have also been contacted by Go Basque, a young travel and tourism agency based in Donostia-San Sebastian. This company specializes in designing custom tours throughout the Basque Country, and their mission is to share “the culture, identity, and long-standing traditions of the Basque region by giving visitors the opportunity to interact directly with locals….” To watch a promotional video on what they offer click here, or simply visit their website to see what kind of tours they can arrange.

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