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The time has come to get the cosplay costumes out of the wardrobe once again for this new edition of the manga fair in Barcelona. The fact that there has been an event dedicated to this Japanese art form for almost a quarter of a century demonstrates the commitment of fans of all ages, in and around the city, to the popular Japanese comic and its pop culture in general.
For a whole week there will be appearances by scriptwriters and cartoonists from all over the world, new publications, film marathons and workshops that explore different aspects of manga and anime or offer the opportunity to dress up as our favorite characters. In addition, of course, to a large number of CD, DVD, comics, books, illustrations and merchandising stands.
Created in 2003, Loop is a platform that focuses on the possibilities and challenges presented by video art, one of the key artistic movements of modern times. Each year, Loop hosts professionals and the public for a gathering where they can explore the latest technological and other developments in the moving image sector and see the work of new and established creatives who use video as their main tool.
Loop Festival runs for around 10 days and includes screenings, exhibitions, concerts, talks and other live events at numerous venues around the city.
Despite the name, this is actually 11 days dedicated to architecture. It's no secret that Barcelona is home to some stunning buildings, landmarks and monuments, constructed through the ages and representative of a variety of styles, philosophies and concepts. The Architecture Week initiative, run by the City Council, Catalan Architectural College and Mies van der Rohe Foundation along with Barcelona Building Construmat and ArquinFAD celebrates different facets of architecture and cities themselves, how they're created and their value in today's world.
The MACBA has organized a display based on a chronological walk-through of the museum's collection. Starting from 1929, the exhibits are arranged according to the most significant periods and movements in the artistic history of the 20th century or "Short Century", placing emphasis on changes in presentation and experiences.
May sees two excellent events for those who love visiting museums. On May 18, International Museum Day is celebrated, a European initiative that sees numerous institutions open their doors for free and put on a special programme of activities. The aim is to raise awareness in visitors about the key role museums and other cultural centres can play in the development of society.
At the same time, Barcelona holds its Night of Museums, when participating venues stay open until night, offering a different way to experience the permanent and temporary exhibitions currently on show, as well as the chance to enjoy different activities, such as family workshops, live performances and guided tours. This is also a global event, one that started in Berlin in 1997 and is now celebrated in around 120 European cities each year. Signed up to the two events in Barcelona are a wide variety of centres whose specialisations include art, archeology, history, author, ethnology, paleontology, ceramics, zoology, movies, design and much more.
Night of the Museums: 15th May, from 6pm to 9pm.
With the hashtag #VirtualFotoColectania, the non-profit foundation Foto Colectania is sharing different proposals: readings, online programs, virtual tours of exhibitions, videos... Follow it on social networks and access a vast universe of contemporary photography.
The same technology used by Google Streets will enable you to get fully immersed in the rooms that house the permanent collection of the Museu del Disseny. Without leaving home you will learn about the origins of the treasures on display and marvel at the ceramics, textiles, furniture, jewelry, clothing through the ages and examples of ground-breaking graphic design. Welcome to a voyage through time!
Sala Dalmau art gallery has tasked itself with bringing major works of art to your mobile device. Via its Instagram account, Sala Dalmau has recovered some of the works, interviews and exhibitions connected with the gallery which it offers with an exhaustive explanation in order to provide an in-depth appreciation of the context and the mentality of the artist.
Streaming has become the method that CCCB mostly uses to offer cultural contents. Personalities such as Paul Auster or Juan Antonio Bayona talk to us and you can also discover photography and art collections through documentary clips. Through its social networks the CCCB also shares its reflection on current issues through articles and meaningfuldebates.
The Museu Marítim brings you different online experiences so you can keep enjoying its heritage. You can take two virtual tours. The first shows you the medieval galleries that are currently hosting the exhibitions "Shipyards and Galleys" and "7 Boats 7 Stories", and the second takes visitors to the viewing gallery where they can see the exhibition "Antoni Benaiges, the Teacher who Promised the Sea". In recent weeks, the museum's blog has also been packed with interesting articles and links.
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