As part of “Som Cultura Popular”, the Education and Popular Culture Forum will present the first results of a process of reflection that has taken place in recent months.
One of the new features at this year’s Som Cultura Popular is the Espai del Xerròdrom, which aims to be sort of “speaker’s corner” where various collectives from the world of popular culture can talk about their ideas.
For this year’s edition of Som Cultura Popular, we're filling the central part of the Fabra i Coats with temporary exhibitions again!
Want to know what Gràcia’s last local festival was like before the Spanish Civil War broke out? You have a unique chance to see on Thursday 25 January, at 7.30 pm!
Notable events include the Trobada de Mulasses [She-Mules’ Get-Together] taking place on 11 February as part of the Santa Eulàlia festivities
‘Sant Antoni del Porquet sempre s'escau en disset’ (Saint Anthony's Day always falls on the seventeenth) and seven other sayings about Saint Anthony
You can get a good idea about the wealth of Saint Anthony's Day through its proverbs, full of sayings and rhymes that reference different aspects of the festivities: the legend, the famous piglet and the cold weather.
All the city’s activities you can imagine are at your fingertips in the BCN Guide: music, shows, festive holidays, courses, workshops, and much more.
Mid-January brings some of the coldest days of the year, a period which has been popularly dubbed as the ‘Setmana dels Barbuts’ [week of the bearded ones]. The days of 15, 16 an 17 January have come to be termed thus as the iconography representing...
The Mulassa de Barcelona or Barcelona She-Mule will be seeing a series of events and activities held over 2018 to commemorate its 450th anniversary.
Free time. Festivities for Sant Antoni Abat again see the public engage with popular culture and the blessing of domestic animals, while nearly three months of folk music are also in store for the city.