Last Sunday, at the Dénia Social Center, a cultural day was held with the title Cap a on va el futur dels artistes fallers?Organized by the Local Board Fallera of Dénia and which has had as moderator Salvador Llorens, Secretary of the Local Board Fallera Dénia.
For the occasion, Juane Cortell, Miriam García and Enric Ginestar, all of them active fallas artists and who, in a year as different and difficult as this one, have also seen their future in danger in their profession.
Cortell, during the act, has maintained the idea that if this year the pandemic allows, it is necessary for the ninots that today remain in the ships to leave so that each failure burns them, because "Only by burning, we can start a new monument, a new exercise and a new scenario". An idea that Miriam García has also defended, who says: "It is true that this profession has lived through difficult and tense moments, but, being optimistic, the failures With which he has counted, they have been able to pay him for the monuments of who knows if this year or next year ". The artist, as she confesses, only wants everyone to be responsible so that the health and political authorities let them enjoy their work that the Fallas sector so eagerly wants to see on the streets.
For his part, Enric Ginestar focused his speech by making a claim to one of the most longed-for demands by the Dianense fallerío: the Faller Museum. In this exhibition that they claim they seek to collect the scenography of the Fallas de Dénia, as well as the elements that surround that world (clothing, pyrotechnics ...). Additionally, the artist announced: “My absolute willingness and willingness to give an identical copy of the last Ninot Indultat Infantil de València 2020, with which I won the award for the Falla Almirante Cadarso - Conde de Altea, a great recognition, not only personal, but also collective, since both the city of Dénia and I, jointly became cultural history in the Museum Faller de València, the Cap i Casal de las fallas ".