Tallers Oberts aims to bring the work of the city’s visual artists closer to the general public.
Barcelona is a creative city, an enormous art gallery, but a lot of this creative activity happens behind closed doors and we never get to see how art works are made. The initiative Tallers Oberts aims to correct that by opening up over 150 artists’ workshops in Barcelona itself and the neighbouring boroughs of Hospitalet and Badalona from 20 to 22 October.
As well as being able to visit the workshops, people can also take part in a full programme of activities designed to create links with the visitors, including concerts, guided tours and workshops. There are more than 60 activities planned for the three days of the open doors initiative. And if you’re left hungry for more, the following week sees Entre Tallers, which, from 23 to 27 October, expands the initiative to workshops specialising in restoration and different creative institutions and educational establishments, including EINA, Taller de la Escuela de Joyería and Museu del Disseny.
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