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Art in Palma's public spaces...
Home to Miro, Palma's streets and picturesque squares have an abundance of important public Art work and sculptures, with work by Joan Miró, Dennis Oppenheim and Manuel Hernández Mompó...
Es Baluard Museum of Modern & Contemporany Art in Palma is organising, with the collaboration of El Corte Inglés (The John Lewis style department store) a guided tour programme to learn about the sculptures that make up the museum and the streets of Palma.
The visit will begin at the Es Baluard museum and end with a coffee or soft drink on the terraces of the El Corte Inglés cafeteria located on Jaume III street.
OCTOBER AND NOVEMBER
Saturdays and Sundays from 10 am to 12 pm.
Prebook - firstname.lastname@example.org (reservations up until the Wednesday before)
Meeting point: Es Baluard Museum - for 5 - 15 people - € 3 - consessions available
The Miro Foundation...
Art gallery and museum
Miro - A wild spirit
This new exhibition of the work of Joan Miró offers an insight into the artist’s inner spirit and way of thinking, displaying his strong attachment to his roots and to his identity, factors which had a very direct impact on his work.
Free Guided tours on Tuesdays @ 1pm * Enquire at the information desk
The Caixa Foundation
Culture Centre & Art Gallery in Palma's beautifully restored old Gran Hotel
Plaça de Weyler 3 - A short walk from Passeig del Born
Tuesday – Saturday 10 - 8 Sundays/holidays 11 - 2
Admission free/4€ for some temporary exhibitions
Teatre Principal de Palma
A selection of world class Opera's and Ballets
Tickets from 10 - 65€ - easy online booking
Carrer de la Riera, 2, close to the start of La Rambla
There are also seventy permanent works by the most important Spanish artists of the 20th Century, Pablo Picasso, Joan Miró, Juan Gris and Salvador Dalí among them.
Monday–Friday: 10 – 6.30 Saturday: 10.30 –2pm Sunday/Holidays: Closed
Found amongst the shops on Sant Miquel, 11, just take the northern shopping street off the Placa Major. www.march.es
Art House Cinema
Art house Cinema with a selection of foreign language films, some shown in English.
An Art centre vibe the S’Escorxador culture centre has a great selection of restaurants and bars at the fabulous Mercado Gastronómico San Juan. cineciutat.org/en
The Blue Jazz Club Restaurant and Bar is located on the top floor of the Hotel Saragosa, in Paseo de Mallorca. A club that offers the best views of the city of Palma de Mallorca and where you can listen to the latest innovations in Jazz. There are regular concerts with artists and groups of great international recognition.
Check the link below for dates throughout the year.
Some of the vibrant bars in Sa Gerreria take part in the massively popular Ruta Martiana (Martian route) on Tuesdays, where you will find offers of a special tapa and a drink for €2. Look out for the cartoon Martian in the windows of participating bars, try: Bar Farina (Carrer del Pes de la Farina 10), Molta Barra (next door) and Ca La Seu (Carrer de Corderia 17). A wonderful way to spend a night – bar-hopping, people-watching and eating, all for a few euros...
Old Palma town guided walking tours ..
Palma Free Tour Outside the tourist office Monday – Saturday @ 11am