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Tallers Oberts de Poblenou 2019 (Open Studios)

September 12 - September 15

Open Studios - Tallers Oberts Poblenou 2019

The 23rd edition of the Open Studios of Poblenou includes the participation of  24 creative spaces and more than 150 artists, representing more than 15 artistic disciplines.

The festival takes place during 12th-15th of September, coinciding with the Poblenou Festival, a symbolic act of neighbourhood love and resistance. The Poblenou Open Studios consists of artistic actions rooted in the territory, to create a common story.

The participating art studios work in close proximity and have a constant exchange of ideas and inspiration from their distinct creative nuclei.

The event includes disciplines such as industrial art, music, visual arts, design, dance, critical thinking, research and technology at the service of art.

Open Studios

The spaces of the neighborhood that open their doors this year to the public are:

La ventana (visual arts) | Dada Dance school (dance) | Art Corner (plastic arts) | Katia Muñoz ArtStudio (visual arts) | ZONA Factoria d’art (plastic arts) | Art Gallery Chez Xefo (art gallery) | Produkt Burô (design and production) | Lo rap penat (visual arts) | Quadrat 9 (plastic arts) | Txtarte (set design and decoration) | Kind Of Cyan (cyanotherapy) | Can Tiana (plastic arts) | Gabriel Schmitz (plastic arts) | La Lope (ceramics) | 137º Ceramic Art Studio (ceramics) | Espai Subirachs (plastic arts) | RED café cultural (literature, plastic arts, music and gastronomy) | Jiser Reflexions Mediterrànies (visual and plastic arts) | Hangar.org (visual arts) | El pez rojo (plastic arts) | NauART (visual and plastic arts and art gallery) | Espronceda 164 (plastic arts and crafts) | La Escocesa (visual and plastic arts) | LaBonita (creation and training)

Activities

As a tradition, the participating spaces not only open their doors to the general public, but also offer a wide range of cultural and participatory activities. Visitors can get to know the work of artists in a more profound way. The activities include practical workshops, exhibitions and presentations of works, live music, DJ parties, screenings and guided tours, among others. The activities are aimed at all audiences and there are some especially suitable for children. You can find all the details in the program.

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