The Palau Robert website has been redesigned to facilitate multi-channel and multi-device access, meaning that it can be accessed from all kinds of devices, such as desktop computers, smartphones and tablets running on a range of operating systems. All the information is now presented in a more visual and attractive manner, the content has been reorganised and navigation of the site has been simplified.
Children and teenagers in the Casal dels Infants children’s centres in the Raval, Santa Coloma and Badalona will be producing ephemeral lighting using recycled plastic packaging to decorate the façade and Gardens of the Palau Robert, the premises of the Catalan Waste Agency and the three children’s centres during the Christmas season. You can contribute by leaving empty coloured packaging of more than 500 ml in volume in a container in the Gardens.
The exhibition “Baltasar Porcel. Mallorca, Barcelona, the World”, being presented at the Palau Robert and later at the CaixaForum Palma, recalls and pays tribute to one of the most important figures of contemporary Catalan literature.
We present a number of images of what awaits to be discovered in the exhibition #CaminsNatura, which explains people’s necessary relationship with and involvement in nature, taking existing links and dependencies into account. The exhibition is open to the public in Room 4 until 31 January 2016.
On Tuesday 24 November, the curators of the exhibition “Catalan Actresses of the 20th Century”, Joan Casas and Joaquim Noguero, will be talking about the content of this show during a guided tour that will begin at 6.00 pm.