The Museu de Ceràmica has closed its exhibition in order to prepare for the move to its new location at Glories. However their diligent work continues and most recently they've completed the restoration of a 17th century glazed tile panel entitled “Los Jerónimos”.
To April 3 in the Moscow House of Photography
La revista online Monogràfica, dirigida a l'elaboració i difusió de continguts en l'àmbit del disseny, rep avui al Saló de Cent de l'Ajuntament el Premi Ciutat de Barcelona de Disseny.
Today and next weekend on the 16th and 17th, entrance to the Museu de Ceràmica is free for the Santa Eulàlia festival.
Starting this Monday and running until February 1st, the new Disseny Hub Barcelona building at Glòries will turn itself into the perfect runway where the best Catalan brands and designers will show off their looks for the fall/winter season 2013-2014 as part of 080 Barcelona Fashion.
The Decorative Arts Museum of Paris commemorates 35 years of history for toys and collectables from the Star Wars saga with the exhibition Les Jouets Star Wars (The Toys of Star Wars). A show that is highly recommended by DHUdoc via the Design Exhibitions platform.
In order to get the most out of the DHUB Museus and spaces like Casa Bloc, a great option is to take a guided tour.
The call for submissions for the 43rd annual Premis Laus 2013 for Graphic Design and Visual Communication will remain open until February 1st. The awards are organized by the ADG-FAD.
The Dhubdoc, through the plataform Design Exhibitions, would like to recommend the exhibition Power of Fashion - 300 years of clothing, at Nordiska Museet in Sweden. The show brings together a large variety of pieces and photographs from three key decades that help the understanding of the historical evolution of the production and design of clothing.
In 2013, the DHUB Museums will be moving to their new location at Glòries. For this reason, this December is your last opportunity to visit the exhibitions Dressing the Body and From One-off Object to Product Design at the Palau de Pedralbes. The exhibitions at the Museu de Ceràmica will remain open until March 3rd.