05-02-2022 - 27-03-2022 / 20:00 - 21:00 - 20:00
Pau Lluís Fornés
29-01-2022 / 19:30 - 20:40
Cor de l'Acadèmia 1830
12-02-2022 / 18:00 - 19:00
Pasodos Dance Company
18-02-2022 / 20:00 - 21:00
Pau Quina Jaume
01-03-2022 / 19:30 - 20:45
11-03-2022 / 20:00 - 21:00
19-03-2022 / 18:00 - 19:15
Companyia La Mecànica
27-03-2022 / 18:00 - 19:30
16-04-2022 / 20:30 - 21:40
Eduardo Guerrero (Sevilla)
14-05-2022 / 20:30 - 21:20
Larumbe Danza (Madrid)
05-02-2022 - 27-03-2022 / 20:00 - 20:00
Pau Lluís Fornés
Tribute to the Majorcan artist Pau LluísFornés (1930-2006). Organized by María Rosa Salines, the exhibition is a collection of works between the 60s and the 90s. Pau LluísFornés is a reference in contemporary painting in Mallorca. Considered a self-learner as to his artistic education, he was a versatile artist who made sculpture, murals, decoration, altars, poetry, drama, costume design for theater and creator of popular poems.
With a special interest in religious, mythical and mystical subjects, he conceived a baroque, dreamlike and ironic universe, with a predominance of chiaroscuros, superimposed objects and melancholy...
01-10-2021 - 06-01-2022 / 19:00
Varis autors contemporanis
Friday, 1st October, at 7 p.m.
Opening of the exhibition
Until 6th January 2022
In our society thousands of people attend various exhibitions, museums, fairs, biennials ... attracted by contemporary art. Majorca is a favorable place for creation and contemplation. This is demonstrated by the large number of visual artists, both by birth and adoption, who live here.
This collective exhibition, which can be seen for three months in the Auditorium sa Màniga, aims to be a small sample and a benchmark within...
01-01-2020 - 31-12-2022
SERIGRAPHY COLLECTION FOR THE PROJECTE HOME
With artists from the Balearic Islands
Pedro María Asensio, Guillem Aulí, Joan Àvila, Miquel Barber, Mateu Bauzà, Erwin Bechtold, Joan Bennàssar, Biel Calafat, Pacífic, Ramon Canet, Maria Carbonero, María Catalán, Pep Coll, Joan Costa, Paco Espinosa, Ñaco Fabré, Marian F. Moratinos, Tauste, Florit Nin, Rafa Forteza, Carles Guasch, Pep Guerrero, Gilbert Herreyns, Damià Jaume, Jofre, Pere Joan, Mercedes Laguens, Alícia Llabrés, Llabrés Campins, Pep Llambías, Amador Magraner, Luis Maraver, Josep Marí,...
01-01-2020 - 31-12-2022
Ferran Pizà (sa Pobla, 1955) has more than thirty-five years’ experience as a plastic artist and is one of the exponents of Povera art in Majorca.
He was only sixteen years old when he travelled to Paris, where he decided to study painting.
Some of the materials used in his works include sand, wood, stones, oil or cardboard.
This exhibition, consisting of sixteen works, is a tour of the most emblematic places of the municipality of Sant Llorenç (the castle of Punta de n'Amer, the old drinking trough –known as the Pou Vell-, the En Bou...
23-11-2019 - 31-12-2021 / 10:00
You can now visit the Photography Exhibition "Beginnings of Tourism"
You can now see the Photography Exhibition "Beginnings of Tourism", which has been produced by the Sant Llorenç City Council.
It is a Photography Exhibition that shows the beginning of tourism in the municipality of Sant Llorenç, through non-professional photography. A selection made by the artist Rafel Duran, and that can be visited any day and at any time in the Auditorium sa Màniga Square in Cala Millor.
03-11-2021 / 10:21
The Sant LlorenÃ§ City Council, with the collaboration of the Consell de Mallorca, has issuded the publicationÂ Agenda 2030: What you and your family can do.Â
29-10-2021 / 13:26
The Estel de Llevant Association, which works to preserve and improve mental health, has participated this Friday, October 29th, in a guided tour of the Contemporary Art Exhibition, which can be seen in the exhibition...
29-10-2021 / 12:55
The Association of Public Theaters and Auditoriums of the Balearic Islands (ATAPIB) organizes the Q-lab course for technicians of the scenic spaces.
The most powerful tool...
13-10-2021 / 18:23
Dates: From 18 November 2021 to 28 April 2022. Duration: 28,5 h
Hours: every Thursday, from 7:45 p.m. to 9:15 p.m.
Coordinator: Dr. Pere Santandreu,...