Zarys Falcon, Elisa Arteta, El canto otro, 2022
Centro Huarte
Navarra, Spain

Huarte is a locality in the northwest of the Pamplona basin with a population of 7,000 inhabitants. After 10 years of history, the Huarte Center, located in one of its entrances, is looking for ways to establish links and exchanges with the local community, either through activities designed specifically for the town or by establishing collaborations to create joint projects.

The artistic community is aware of its own needs, preferences and deficiencies, therefore the Huarte Center decides to realize the function of catalyst of proposals to contribute to the revitalization and nutrition of the cultural fabric, and not so much of the emitter or producer space. You then work with closeness, listening and interrelation with the artistic interweaving of the environment.

The peripheral allows a series of freedoms and thoughts that often cannot arise in the nerve centers, so the Huarte Center takes advantage of its physical location to open new avenues for divergent ways of thinking and doing. It makes it possible to stand aside for a better perspective of things, and with the necessary time for an opening to contemporary practices and theories.

El Centro Huarte welcomes artists in residence during a period of time to develop a specific project.

Alfonso Borragan, La guaca, 2021

Catarina Boieiro, Candela Sotos, Proyecto Yrupé, 2018-2020, Buenos Aires, Argentina

Jaime González Cela, Manuela Pedrón Nicolau, Ruido de fondo, 2016

Iñigo Villafranca, Centro Huarte, Habitación, Pause, 2022

Catarina Boieiro, Candela Sotos, Proyecto Yrupé, 2018-2020, Buenos Aires, Argentina

Touda Bouanani, Soigner notre mémoire, 2022

Diego Blanco, Their Feelings, 2022
Centro Huarte
Navarra, Spain

Huarte is a locality in the northwest of the Pamplona basin with a population of 7,000 inhabitants. After 10 years of history, the Huarte Center, located in one of its entrances, is looking for ways to establish links and exchanges with the local community, either through activities designed specifically for the town or by establishing collaborations to create joint projects.

The artistic community is aware of its own needs, preferences and deficiencies, therefore the Huarte Center decides to realize the function of catalyst of proposals to contribute to the revitalization and nutrition of the cultural fabric, and not so much of the emitter or producer space. You then work with closeness, listening and interrelation with the artistic interweaving of the environment.

The peripheral allows a series of freedoms and thoughts that often cannot arise in the nerve centers, so the Huarte Center takes advantage of its physical location to open new avenues for divergent ways of thinking and doing. It makes it possible to stand aside for a better perspective of things, and with the necessary time for an opening to contemporary practices and theories.

El Centro Huarte welcomes artists in residence during a period of time to develop a specific project.

Alfonso Borragan, La guaca, 2021

Catarina Boieiro, Candela Sotos, Proyecto Yrupé, 2018-2020, Buenos Aires, Argentina

Jaime González Cela, Manuela Pedrón Nicolau, Ruido de fondo, 2016

Iñigo Villafranca, Centro Huarte, Habitación, Pause, 2022

Catarina Boieiro, Candela Sotos, Proyecto Yrupé, 2018-2020, Buenos Aires, Argentina

Touda Bouanani, Soigner notre mémoire, 2022

Diego Blanco, Their Feelings, 2022
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