PARC EXHIBITION - Pangaea Sculptors' Centre

By admin, August 5, 2019


Leer en Valencià

Leer en Castellano



Katrin Hanusch, Àngels Miralda, Georgina Sleap & Lucy Tomlins

Museo etnológico, C/ Estatuto / 12194 Vall d’Alba, Castellón, Spain

28 August – 3 September

An art exhibition about slow design, life cycles, and the making of sculpture through the presentation of new works of art. Three international artists and one curator show artistic process and how it connects to social context and nature. This exhibition is part of the International Artists’ Residency, Castellón Province, Spain (PARC). The research of the participants and the exhibition were open to the public in the Ethnologic Museum. More info about PARC / About the artists.


The exhibition’s format focused on transparency of production. For the first few days, we invited the public to join us to see the process of creating artworks on site and setting up an exhibition.


Kindly supported by the Town Halls of Atzeneta del Maestrat and Vall d’Alba.


Opening Hours

Wednesday 28 August – Tuesday 3 September, 11:00 am – 2:00 pm and 5:00 pm to 8:00 pm
Closed in the afternoon on Sunday 1 September and Tuesday 3 September


Special Late Night Opening and Artists’ Introduction Saturday 31 August 8:00 pm – 9:00 pm


Children’s Event – Make Art Sunday 1 September 11:00 am – 2:00 pm
Bring your children and let them respond to the exhibition by making their own artwork. Materials and refreshments provided.


Children’s Event – Talk Art Sunday 1 September 11:00 am – 11:30 am
Practice your language skills and talk about the exhibition with the artists and curator in English. Pitched at children 5-8 years old, though all ages and families are welcome to join in. Refreshments provided.