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Dates 2023 not yet confirmedBarcelona Dibuixa is a day-long event during which both well-known and emerging artists, illustrators, architects and designers hold fun workshops, at no charge, for everyone wishing to experience the world of drawing, in a free and spontaneous way.
This year, the festival is part of the events celebrating the 50th anniversary of Picasso's death and the 60th anniversary of the opening of the Museu Picasso in Barcelona.
May sees two excellent events for those who love visiting museums. On May 18, International Museum Day is celebrated, a European initiative that sees numerous institutions open their doors for free and put on a special programme of activities. The aim is to raise awareness in visitors about the key role museums and other cultural centres can play in the development of society.
At the same time Barcelona holds its Night of Museums, when participating venues stay open until night, offering a different way to experience the permanent and temporary exhibitions currently on show, as well as the chance to enjoy different activities, such as family workshops, live performances and guided tours. This is also a global event, one that started in Berlin in 1997 and is now celebrated in around 120 European cities each year. Signed up to the two events in Barcelona are a wide variety of centres whose specialisations include art, archeology, history, author, ethnology, paleontology, ceramics, zoology, movies, design and much more.
Night of the Museums: Date not yet confirmed.
International Museum Day: 18th May.
OFFF Barcelona is back, the most innovative digital cultural festival of the city. A wide range of events will take place simultaneously during the two days of the festival:conferences, exhibitions, performances, animation, interactive facilities, networking areas, inspiring fiestas and much more. An unavoidable event to understand what is happening today in the most creative areas.
Part of the cycle of intimate concerts inspired by the collections of the Museum, several concerts have been programmed to hommage the figure of the sculptor and collector.
An essential recital in a unique venue!
Dates 2023 not yet confirmedBarcelona is once again celebrating its grand festival, in honor of its patron saint. A program full of different activities is planned for all the public, with music, dance, circus and street arts. And not forgetting the giants, dragons, fire beasts, human towers and sardana groups.
La Mercè is also a festival of street arts with the MAC festival, Mercè Arts de Carrer. This is a festival which has become a showcase of new creations, and the meeting place for many artists, both from the city and overseas. The BAM Festival, Barcelona Acció Musical, will fill the streets with today's popular rhythms and concerts.
La Mercè will end, as always, with the traditional fireworks and music display. an explosion of light and sound, which has become one of the most expected and acclaimed events for the people of Barcelona and its visitors.
Did you know that 75% of the food produced worldwide depends on insect pollination? Unfortunately, pollinators are declining, especially wild bees, putting the sustainability of agriculture and the food supply at risk. Through a visual and educational museographic approach, this installation located in the botanical garden explains how pollination occurs and its important role in the planet's ecological balance.
CaixaForum Barcelona has a strong commitment to avant-garde art and music is not an exception. That is why, since 2021, it has been programming DNIT, a monthly event (on Fridays) to showcase electronic music and the latest avant-garde sounds. It features live performances by national and international artists who are characterized by their risky and innovative vision of the DJ scene. Artists such as Tim Hecker, Ben Frost, Holly Herndon, Holy Other, Grouper, Mika Vainio and Monolake will be visiting Caixaforum to offer much more than just music: their shows are audiovisual, immersive, experimental extravaganzas.
Analyzing the presence of science in ten classic tales is the interesting approach of this exhibition at the Museum of Natural Sciences of Barcelona. Cinderella, Little Red Riding Hood, Pinocchio, Alice or Ali Baba and the forty thieves are some of the characters that will immerse visitors in a universe where they can discover the secrets of cocoa in a chocolate factory through interactive modules, teach a disobedient Pinocchio, build the house of the Three Little Pigs and see if it can resist the wolf's blow, decipher the code to enter the cave of the forty thieves or visit a room where you can grow and shrink.
This exhibition at the History Museum of Barcelona focuses on housing policies in Barcelona during the 20th century. It is structured in four areas related to the different moments of the process — the documentary works (photographs and films) show the different historical stages of a cycle that goes from the massive arrival of immigrants to the city and the first subsidized housing developments to the real estate crisis of 1997 — and concludes with some reflections on the current housing problem in the city.
The Cameroonian artist Barthélemy Toguo shares with Picasso the idea that an artist does not make works to decorate walls but rather as a representation of political consciousness. Now, the Picasso Museum in Barcelona is presenting a broad exhibition of his work, where many of his pieces deal with themes as intrinsic to his origins as migration and exile. Toguo has been nominated for the Marcel Duchamp Prize and has been featured in major exhibitions in the most important museums around the world.
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