EATM by ESDi participates in Open Workshops Bcn + L’H

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EATM by ESDi participates in Open Workshops Bcn + L’H

EATM by ESDi, the School of Fashion Arts and Techniques of Barcelona will participate in the 30th edition of the project Open Workshops Bcn, this is an important event for Barcelona and l’Hospitalet de Llobregat and involves art, craftwork, design and creativity professionals. It is organized by the FAD Association of Artists and Artisans (A-FAD). This activity also counts with the participation of Barcelona’s Culture Institute (Barcelona City Council), CCAM and l’Hospitalet de Llobregat City Council.

EATM by ESDi will open on Friday 10th of November from 4 pm until 8 pm and on Saturday 11th of November from 10 am to 2 pm. Furthermore, a workshop on embroidery pictures hosted by the artist Tatiana Donoso has been organized. Visitors would have a chance to explore all the possibilities of needle and thread to create latent pictures through embroidery. This workshop will be on Saturday 11th of November at 11 am, it is free and open to everyone (without previous registration).

About Open Workshops Bcn 

Since 1993, Open Workshops Bcn has offered the possibility to art, craftwork and design professionals to show their work to everyone within the room where the creative process takes place: the workshop.

Every year a wide diversity of creative organizations and workshops participate. This shows the evident representativeness of the artistic sector in our country. Individual workshops, shared working spaces, schools of arts and artistic professions, private companies, creation labs, associations, museums, art galleries, etc. It is a unique occasion for everyone who wants to discover creative talent in Spain.

In addition, Open Workshops Bcn has a large activity program which takes place in workshops and invention areas. Visitors have the opportunity to prove and experience creative processes first-hand through different proposals: workshops, conferences, shows, etc. These activities allow exploration through art, craftwork, and design to the professional public, beginners and families.

More information on this initiative and all of the activities on the website: Tallers Oberts BCN (