Sunday, November 21, starting at 8 p.m., closing day Wild. International Comic Festival. The event, which will take place in different parts of the city from November 19-21, will have its closing ceremony on the stage with a grand celebration led by artist Celeste Campos, which will include comic performances and art awards. Tickets cost $200 and can be purchased at the box office Tuesday through Friday from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. or on site 1000tickets.com.ar.
In its fourth edition Wild. International Comic Festival It will take place in a virtual face-to-face mode, and will include a variety of activities involving more than 40 artists from Argentina, Chile, Colombia, Canada, Spain, Italy, Brazil, Puerto Rico, South Africa and Finland. In this way, it seeks to strengthen the international comic community and facilitate cultural exchange. You can refer to the full program On the festival page.
As for the closing evening, the artists enter through the multi-colored carpet, where the audience can take pictures and wear special clothes for this occasion. Meanwhile, starting at 9 pm, there will be comedies featuring Akira (Argentina), Lou Snowy (Argentina), Bonnie Von Taylor (Argentina), Lady Emma (Argentina), Miss Bluebird (Argentina) and Sapphire Blue (Argentina) . . Also participating will be Dolly Kent (Argentina), Lina Dance Studio (Argentina), Gisela Lipio (Argentina) and Yanni Giovanniti (Argentina), among other invited artists.
The evening will conclude with an award ceremony, where the junior category will be awarded and the award will be received Wild By an international jury made up of Colette Colerte (Belgium), Darlinda Just Darlinda (USA), Meteora Fontana (Spain/Italy), Lidia Cafe da Manha (Brazil) and Georgina Teruta (Argentina). It will also be marked with a prize Pichincha To the show that presents the most original idea and with the prize chamoyo For the person who looks best closet.
The public will also be able to vote in the category of professional comic artist who will receive the award. Rita, and any participant in the festival stands out. The most votes will win the prize Pablo Borsato.
Salvaje has succeeded in establishing itself as one of the best comic festivals in Latin America. In its fourth edition, the festival was selected in the call for the promotion plan of the County of Santa Fe and with the support of the Municipality of Rosario. In addition, the Municipal Council of Rosario declared that the event is of interest to the municipality.
The International Comic Festival is the creation of Yanni Giovanniti, a native of Acebal (Santa Fe), Argentina’s comic pioneer and a prominent international artist. The festival is named in honor of Rita La Salvage, a cabaret artist from Rosario who knew how to position herself nationally for her performance.
The first edition of the festival was held in Rosario in 2018. In 2019, Salvage took place in the Federal Capital and it was an unforgettable opening night on the famous Paseo La Plaza de Corrientes. The 2020 edition was held almost exclusively with great success