23-11-2019 / 21:30
27-11-2019 - 18-12-2019 / 19:00 - 20:00
27-11-2019 - 18-12-2019 / 20:15
Pere Josep Santandreu Brunet
28-11-2019 / 18:00
07-12-2019 / 19:30
12-12-2019 / 19:00
Escola de Música i Dansa de Sant Llorenç
21-12-2019 / 19:30
440 Aula Musical
27-12-2019 / 19:30
Cor del Teatre Principal de Palma
03-01-2020 / 18:00
La Pera Llimonera Teatre (Barcelona)
25-01-2020 / 18:00
25-01-2020 - 28-03-2020
Guillem Bestard. Photographs 1900-1930
Produced by the Pollença Museum and City Council
Running from 25 January to 28 March 2020
Guillem Bestard lived and worked in Pollença, a town that during the first decades of the twentieth century enjoyed a remarkable sociocultural vitality. That vitality took shape in the long stays of artists as brilliant as Santiago Rusiñol or Joaquín Sorolla - in addition to Anglada-Camarasa, who lived there throughout the second half of his life -, in a profitable cultural world...
24-09-2019 - 04-01-2020 / 19:00
Aníbal Cadamuro, winner of the Painting Contest of Son Carrió 2018
From 24 September 2019 to 4 January 2020
In 2018 the Painting Contest of Son Carrió was convened for its thirtieth time. The Contest is undoubtedly an important milestone in the policies for the promotion of the plastic arts - the promotion of culture in general - that has already been promoted by the City Council of Sant Llorenç and in democracy. The artist Aníbal Cadamuro (Montevideo-Uruguay, 1971) was the winner, which is why he now exhibits...
12-12-2018 - 31-12-2019
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,...
01-01-2018 - 31-12-2019
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...
13-11-2019 / 11:45
The Sa Màniga Auditorium in Cala Millor offers different free workshops for the months of November and December, all of them linked to arts and cultures.
27-09-2019 / 08:53
With the attendance of about seventy people, on Tuesday, 24 October, the Exhibition "Colours of water", by the Uruguayan artist based in Majorca Aníbal Cadamuro, was inaugurated.
19-09-2019 / 13:26
Sant Llorenç City Council has received € 11,810 from the Council of Mallorca (BOIB No. 128, from 09.19.19) for investments in the following cultural facilities: € 8,210 for the three municipal libraries...
11-09-2019 / 08:59
These 10th and 11th September 2019 some technicians around the island are attending a training course about the Lt Hydra II-Piccolo light table at the Auditorium sa Màniga. The course has been organized by the Associació...