We are delighted to confirm that Semiofest 2013 will take place on May 31st and June 1st. The open workshops (for anyone interested in knowing about semiotics) will be on May 30th, 2013.
It will be held at Anaglifos, art factory (Monec street no.17, Barcelona).
The venue is close to Palau de la Música, a wonderful Opera house in an Art Noveau building, which you can visit during your days here!
We will give you a list of possible hotels around the area, and we also have a very good recommendation (with special price) for those who are interested in staying in an apartment.
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Semiofest Barcelona is going to be held in late Spring in this city (exact date yet TBC…)
You can start deciding what you will bring here, following the (funny) advice from a local mall.
(No promotion intended; the video is worth watching, though…)
How to be a stylish tourist in Barcelona from La Roca Village on Vimeo.
Welcome to Barcelona!
The entries on this section of Semiofest Web (under Barcelona blog category) will show you the “backstage” of our activity in order to have everything prepared for the next edition of our celebration of semiotic thinking, in 2013. We will also like to share with you different things that are going on in this interesting city…
We all tend to think of Spain, in special Barcelona (and Costa Brava), Balearic&Canary Islands and Andalusia as synonyms for sun, beaches, beer and sangría. But how does Barcelona look in Fall/Winter time? What about the ideas it tries to promote regarding its project of being a “sustainable city“? Christmas time offers quite an occasion to think about these issues. There is a strong tradition of decorating the cities for Christmas, as in many other European cities. But how can a city full of electric lights be sustainable? Here’s the answer from Barcelona: in the last years, all the lights are LEDs, even the pink tree you see on the pictures. They re-use the lights instead of changing them every year (as it used to be), in order to prevent waste. Nevertheless, the city looks really nice. Here you have some pictures (including one bench we really liked, in the Gothic Neighbourhood). Hope you enjoy them.
Here you have more information about this.