The activity Ruta entre-classes, on the utopias of Barcelona by Daniele Porreta and Oscar Guayabero (Sunday 23, 10 – 12:00 pm,): with the participation of Alessandro Scarnato, José Mansilla, Jelena Prokopljević, Amadeu Santacana, Eva Serrats and Julia Ramírez Blanco. It will take place in the Chairs of the Olympic Port avenue. On the same Sunday between 5:30 – 7 pm, there will be debates on privilege and architecture within the area Between-classes, moderated by professors Manuela Valtchanova and Curro Claret in the space of the Encants Market. There will also be talks and book presentations in this space between 1:30 and 4:30 pm, with the participation of Professor Josep Bohigas and Bani Brusadin, among others.
A workshop entitled “Draw your neighbourhood” by Amaia Martin (Tuesday 25, 4:00 – 8 pm ) will be held as part of the activities of the 73 Barcelones exhibition. At the same exhibition, on Wednesday 26th from 6 – 8:30 pm there will be a forum “Drawing today’s Barcelona”, with the participation of Laida Memba, Irma Arribas, Oihana García and Xavi Rodríguez at the Glòries Catalanes square, which can be booked online.
Thursday 27th from 4 – 8 pm, also at the 73 Barcelones exhibition, there will be a collective mapping workshop “Urban Crawl”, guided by Bruno Seve in the Design Hub area of Josep Antoni Coderch square. Friday 28th between 1 – 3 pm classes will be given at Elisava about Model camp. There will also be a performance by Professor Ramon Faura in the Farinera del Clot area within the are between cultures, which will have a space for babysitting for those attending the talk.
Finally, on Sunday 30, the last day of the festival, in the Gran Clariana area of the Dos de Mayo street, there will be a 10×10 Manifestos on joy, scholarship holders, precision, courage, politics, contracts, salary, bureaucracy, intellectual property and festivals, with the participation of professor Toni Llàcer and the studio Domestic Data Streamers, among others.
The festival, organised by the Mies Foundation and under the artistic direction of Eva Frach, has Elisava professor Saúl Baeza as assistant curator and Elisava Alumni Tai Sans (MAYBE) as coordinator.