20 October 2010
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For the first time, the Europes Contemporary Culture Festival comprising conferences, activities, workshops, exhibitions, film cycles, literature, theatre, opera, plastic and visual arts, performing arts, architecture, gastronomy, and design, will be taking place in Barcelona. This multidisciplinary festival was born with the aim of establishing itself in the Catalan capital and setting itself up as the nerve centre of the world of European and International culture over the autumn period. Between the 31st of October and the 14th of November, more than 250 cultural activities will be taking place in this fabulous festival in more than 200 different spaces comprising up to 60 art galleries, 36 of the city’s public libraries, photo galleries, and universities. The entire city will be involved in this mega project aiming to elevate Barcelona to position of European cultural epicentre. more ...