BarroAzul participates in the exhibition "Baroque pottery, pottery in the time of Murillo"

We present the reference information of this exhibition and cycle of conferences organized by the Menéndez Pelayo International University (UIMP) and the Institute of Culture and Arts of Seville (ICAS) on the occasion of the celebration of the "Year of Murillo" in Seville. BarroAzul has participated in the production of ceramic contents of the exhibition, as well as in the execution of the plan of guided visits to it.

BarroAzul collaborates with "Pop in the City" Sevilla 2016

Last October we had the opportunity to collaborate with Pop in Events in their activity "Pop in the City Sevilla 2016".


"Pop in the City" are female urban raids in unique cities around Europe that turn into authentic tourist and sporting events, with participation between 400 and 700 women. They show a different ways to discover a city. "Pop in the City" highlights the creative and sporting abilities of women in the face of different tests and challenges. Teams consisting of 2 women each, provided with a map of the city and a roadmap, try to overcome the maximum possible number of challenges before crossing the finish line. There are 30 challenges that are divided into 5 categories: Culture, Art, Sport, Solidarity and Extreme.

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White Night Sevilla

As you already know on Friday, October 6, we participated in La Noche en Blanco here in Seville. With museums, workshops, and cultural events throughout the city, it was a night of celebration of our history and culture here in Seville.

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BarroAzul returns to collaborate with the UIMP and the ICAS

On March 31, 2016, the headquarters of the Menéndez Pelayo International University in Seville organized, in collaboration with the Institute of Culture and Arts of Seville (ICAS), the forum "The Triana Ceramic Center as a cultural and tourist space urban ", a conference that talked about different points of views of professionals related to crafts and culture to turn the Sevillian center into a cultural and tourist axis of the city.

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