Art Events & Classes in Barcelona

Discover unique and creative exhibitions, art for sale, performances, shows, festivals, workshops, courses, talks and screenings. We share all kinds of art events in Barcelona: design, photography, ceramics, painting, installation art, performance, architecture, drawing, street art, and more.

We are updating the classes and events with new dates as they're announced...
There will certainly be more shuffling and rescheduling! 

Poblenou open day & night

Poblenou Open Day & Night, 15h Non-Stop

This year the Open Day Celebration will unify with the Poblenou Open Night, to turn it into a Poblenou Open Day & Night from 15h "non stop" (10am to 1am)
2086 exhibition open call barcelona

2086 Exhibition

September 1st - 8th The 2086 Exhibition will explore a world that might awaits us in the not-so-far future, the year 2086. It is up to you whether it will be a utopia of technological marvels, a dystopia of electrical jungles, or a completely new worldscape.
artbox project barcelona


October 15th - 19th
The ARTBOX PROJECT exhibition will be an interesting mix of original artworks and digitally displayed works from international artists.
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Nest Exhibition by Javier Hernan Rubinstein

February 7th - Exhibition dates extended due to COVID-19
'NEST' by Javier Hernan Rubinstein is an exploration of the nest as a metaphor from the perspective of ephemeral art and ritual.
intensive ceramics course in barcelona

Intensive Ceramics Course in Barcelona

September 2020
This 3 month intensive ceramics course is for committed students who wish to develop professional skills within the field of contemporary studio ceramics.
Dalia Slip Casting Barcelona

Ceramics Mold Making and Slip Casting

New dates to be announced
Sign up for this Mold Making & Slip Casting class in Barcelona to learn how to create your own ceramic product and then produce it to sell!
artistic ceramics class

Artistic Ceramics Class

New dates to be announced
This Artistic Ceramics workshop includes hand-building techniques and decoration methods. It's an intensive class consisting of 20 hours, divided into 4 sessions of 5 hours each. Two weekends: Saturday and Sunday 10am to 3pm.