The exhibition puts in context the relevant role developed by this space since its creation by Santiago Rusiñol, in 1894

125 years ago, Santiago Rusiñol inaugurated Cau Ferrat, his studio-workshop in Sitges, which would become the epicenter of Modernisme and one of the main cultural spots of Catalonia in the late nineteenth century. And becoming a public museum in 1933, when Rusiñol...Seguir llegint >>

'Mirador de Maricel' is painted from Can Rocamora at the beginning of the 20th century

The oil Mirador de   Maricel, from Ramon Casas, has joined the Maricel Museum's Art Art Collection, acquired by the Sitges Heritage Consortium from a a collector. The painting adds to the excellent collection of Ramon Casas that have both the Maricel Museum and the Cau Ferrat...Seguir llegint >>

Visits will be also in three languages and complement the itineraries on Sunday

The Maricel Palace can also be visited on guided itineraries on Tuesdays and Wednesdays in the afternoon during the next weeks. The Sitges Heritage Consortium has tested this new schedule, with the aim of offering new cultural proposals and approaching heritage during the fall.

The...Seguir llegint >>

The exhibition is moved to Valls and, later, to Olot

The exhibition Realism (s) in Catalonia (1917-1936). From the classical Picasso to the Surrealist Dalí exhibition closed Sunday after being three months on the ground floor of the Maricel Museum and received 14,953 visitors, a remarkable figure that shows the interest aroused. The...Seguir llegint >>

The Museums of Sitges are added again to the commemoration of the event with free activities for all audiences

The European Heritage Days are already a classic in the autumn programming of the Museums of Sitges. The event, which is celebrated jointly throughout Catalonia and fifty other countries on the European continent, will take place from Friday 11 to Sunday 13 October. This year's edition wants to...Seguir llegint >>

On Saturday, four experts will debate in a round table about interwar art

The exhibition Realisms in Catalonia (1917-1936). From classical Picasso to surrealist Dalí enters the final stretch, with different parallel acts aimed at highlighting the value and context of the exhibition and bringing it closer to the whole population. Next Saturday, a roundtable...Seguir llegint >>

The exhibition 'Barcelona: the city of the artistic miracles' presents in five Japanese cities 120 works from the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries

The Art Museum of the Olympic city of Sapporo inaugurated on Saturday the exhibition Barcelona: the city of artistic miracles. The essence of Catalan Modern Art from Modernisme to Avant-garde , which offers a complete tour around Modernisme, Noucentisme and the Catalan avant-...Seguir llegint >>

The itineraries allow you to know the buildings and their collections

program for guided visits to their facilities. Both spaces open doors to get to know their interiors through guided itineraries: the Palau, with visits every Sunday, and the Foundation, with routes for its collection, both Saturday and Sunday.

Sunday visits to the Palau de Maricel return...Seguir llegint >>

The Racó de la Calma and the Maricel Palace staged the last acts

The Sitgestiu 2019 enters the final straight line. Next Sunday, the summer cultural campaign of Sitges Museums ends, which has filled the July and August calendar with opera, jazz and classical concerts, as well as heritage tours and children's workshops.

Yesterday. Cau Ferrat saw the...Seguir llegint >>

A children's workshop, a concert and an open-door session make up the program

The Festa Major will also be held at the Museums of Sitges with a varied program of events in the days before and after Sant Bartomeu. A children's workshop, a concert and an open-door session configure the program proposed by the Sitges Heritage Consortium for the coming days.

Tomorrow...Seguir llegint >>