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IMG 2418⚠️ Following the orders of the Departament de Salut de la Generalitat de Catalunya and the orders of the Ajuntament de Vic related to COVID-19, ACVIC will be closed until further notice. 
 
Despite the fact that the art center is closed, we maintain activity through our communication channels: web, newsletter and social networks.
 
Given the exceptional moment, we appreciate your understanding.
 

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WORKSHOP SPACE ACVIC

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ACVic's workshop space is equipped with small power tools and conventional tools, workbenches and other useful materials for processing, repairing and creating new objects out of disused materials, or extending an object's useful life, so generating less waste.

In preparing this space, ACVic has had the support of the Diputació de Barcelona as part of its programme of environmental education activities which the Vic Town Council has organised for over 15 years.

You can request the Workshop space ACVic sending an email to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or calling to 93 885 37 04.

 

ACVic's WORKSHOP OBJECTIVES:

To establish a definitive workshop space equipped with materials and tools in order to carry out experimentation and repairs, to create new objects, and to awaken creativity
To reduce the level of waste which ends up in landfills
To give objects a longer life
To create new objects from discarded material
To awake creativity
To promote entrepreneurship

Target groups:
The workshop space is open to individuals and groups throughout the region. Please contact ACVic's Centre d'Art in the first instance to request space or to organise a course together with ACVic personnel.

Minispace

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At ACVic, we have created a new reading space where children, teenagers, families, educators... where we can discover various illustrated books, pictures, albums or interactive books, to inspire them to create, experiment and play through contemporary artistic activities.

In playful surroundings, you can discover art books and do the activities, making use of materials which will be provided and the help of the specialists. You'll discover new ways of playing with creativity, including various ways of understanding the contemporary arts.


Who the miniespai is aimed at, and how to use it:


- Accompanied children, and young adults and family groups. Discover, read, create and experiment together.

- Teachers seeking to bring new activities in the classroom.


- And anyone interested in discovering new play and educational resources within the field of the visual arts.



* The ACVic team can offer help to anyone using the Miniespai, and the books to be found there.
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