Conceived as a practical and dynamic course about artistic associations, the “Taller de Agrupaciones Artísticas en Madrid” is an initiative for students of the Faculty of Fine Arts at the Universidad Complutense de Madrid.
The partners of Password: Printmaking have organized a travelling group show featuring 24 artists from the six participating countries.
Jugada a 3 bandas opens the doors of contemporary art galleries to a much broader public, seeking to achieve maximum quality exhibitions by combining the efforts of galleries, curators and, of course, artists.
Within the European project Password: Printmaking hablarenarte: organizes various artist residencies through its six partners, and a professional exchange program.
Three-weeks of exhibitions, talks and debates. Curators' Network at Matadero Madrid organized by hablarenarte:. Our aim: building a bridge between the past and future activities of the network through a series of high-profile exhibitions and confe
What is Empower Parents? A working methodology indented to create a learning community among families with sons and daughters with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD). At Empower Parents, we are working to get museums and cultural institutions to become more
From October 3 to November 17, 2013, the exhibition "Impressions +386. Contemporary Slovenian Art" will be on show at Calcografía Nacional (Madrid), featuring the most recent graphic art production from Slovenia.
"Associative Experiences" is a workshop for Fine Arts Students of the Complutense University of Madrid. It interconnects students of the Faculty with artist collectives who develop cultural projects through collaboration.
Can we speak of a genuine Finnish contemporary art? And if it is possible, how does it manifest? hablarenarte: reflects in this exhibition whether there is a link between nationality, identity and the newest contemporary creation.
a3bandas opens the doors of contemporary art galleries to a much broader public, seeking to achieve maximum quality exhibitions by combining the efforts of galleries, curators and, of course, artists.
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