The Barcelona FC Camp Nou Experience tour ticket gives you access to the ‘behind the scenes’ action at the club as well as access to the FC museum and the multimedia centre. The tour is ‘self-guided’, meaning that there are no tour guides.
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The 52th edition Festival for Children comes loaded with fun for children of the family. The Montjuïc Fira de Barcelona will find more than 100 activities of all kinds. As a novelty, this year the festival expands the range of more traditional activities such as theater, puppets and magic, and release a large circus stilt walkers, trapeze artists and strongmen. In addition, they promote activities related to new technologies, such as robotics workshops, promoted concepts such as ecology, recycling and the environment. Healthy habits are also very present, as well as sports activities. In this edition, even you can make a kayak tour in a pool!
Another great new feature of the festival is the Peppa Pig theme park in which recreates the world of the characters of the famous cartoon series. “One day with Peppa the festival” can be seen from 27 to 30 December and 2 January 4.
Trends and action for children
The XD Young Fest is an ideal space for boys and girls between 10 and 14 years. In this space there is entertainment to sell and experiences related to multimedia technology, urban dances, 3D, sports and graffiti, among many others. From young people can develop apps and get into the world of robotics to perform concerts and electronic music sessions.
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The CCCB hosts the exhibition of the best 134 photographs from 2015 today, which can be seen until December 13 | “The photo is like a mirror to look at himself,” says the winner Mads Nissen
The most important events of this 2015, as immigration refugee crisis, the war in Ukraine and the Ebola epidemic, star photo exhibition World Press Photo 2015 Photographic Social Vision Foundation, arriving Thursday to Centre for Contemporary Culture (CCCB), where it can be seen until 13 December, after his tour of other Spanish cities
At a press conference Tuesday, the director of the foundation, Silvia Omedes, it explained that this exhibition comes under the slogan View photographs to understand seven 134 multimedia works, selected from 97,912 images submitted to the contest by 5,692 photographers 131 countries, 281 Spaniards. In addition to today’s booming, exposure through other issues such as pollution, nature and sports, as well as modern habits like fast food.
The Barcelona edition will at its inauguration attended by the winner, Mads Nissen, who, present at the press conference, explained about his image, which portrays the intimacy of a homosexual couple in St. Petersburg (Russia) – “The picture It is like a mirror to look at himself “and assess tolerance itself.
“For me, photography is empathy with others and through it connect with nations, cultures and other people,” she summarized the artist on its objectives in this picture, and explained that the image is to arouse in the viewer a question of his own tolerance and your community. As gestation of her image, which has had witnessed in Russia and some hooligans got punched two gay: “This incident affected me and I understood that the power I had was my camera.”
The third prize in the short film section of the multimedia competition, the Spanish Carlos Spottorno, with The Gates of Europe- project, considered that, judging by the immigration crisis in Europe evident in this edition, the exhibition reveals “manifestations of something It is happening in the European Union, which are coming cracks “. “My work represents very well what is happening in Europe with the forced migrants who rush out to sea,” he said, glad to be at the multimedia section as a new tool with great narrative possibilities to explain the world.
The foundation has organized a series of events to reflect on photography and attract more public room, such as school and, new this year, guided visits to company workers.
With an entry of six euros, Omedes has dedicated the exhibition to the public without which the organization would not be possible after the foundation lost its main sponsor in 2009, and has also devoted this year to the founding partner of the Silvia Pérez Crespo, Mahala Communication, died last Friday: “We dedicated the experience of this year it was a great professional.”
The director of the CCCB, Vicenç Villatoro, has claimed that documentary photography “is one of the best tools to understand the present”, for example the situation of refugees and claimed that in reality magmatic photojournalist frames and choose what remains inside and outside offering an approach to the viewer.
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