LABoral holds two Doors Open days over this weekend

Fifty designers will participate in a new edition of the LABoral design market this weekend

Published: Dec 15, 2011
LABoral holds two Doors Open days over this weekend

An image of the last edition of the Design Market. Photo: LABoral

This 17th and 18th December LABoral will hold a new session of its design market in which some fifty Asturian creators will display and sell their work to the public. Coinciding with this event, LABoral has organised two doors open days on Saturday and Sunday with free entrance and visits to the exhibitions currently being shown at the Centre.

The LABshop Design Market started in December 2008 as a new space open to creativity which seeks to showcase the work carried out by designers. In each edition, the public has the opportunity to see and purchase graphic works, t-shirts, badges, photographs, buttons, postcards, bags, belts, undergarments, home decor items, jewellery, shoes and dresses, among other things. All of them are original and unique creations, artesanally produced by young designers working in the Principality of Asturias.

In this market, LABoral also puts on sale, at a reduced price, publications and objects usually sold at the Art Centre’s shop. On offer along with merchandising items will be design objects made exclusively for LABoral as well as catalogues on the exhibitions produced at the Centre.

The Doors Open days include free guided tours, scheduled for 1 pm and 6pm on Saturday, of the exhibitions Estación experimental. Investigaciones y fenómenos artísticos [Experimental Station: Research and Artistic Phenomena]; Hitos, ya nadie muere en casa [Milestones, No One Dies At Home Anymore] by Eduardo Guerra; Light Sculptures by Anthony McCall; and also offer firsthand experience of the research processes that arose in SummerLAB 2011 through the SummerLAB_Showcase display, which is being exhibited in Mediateca Expandida [Expanded Mediatheque]; visitors can also take part in ten sound walks produced in the Spatial Narratives programme as part of the activities by Plataforma Cero, the Production Centre at LABoral; and see EcoLAB. Electronics, Art and Ecology.

Additionally, on Sunday 18th at 7 pm there will be live music in a concert by Spicy Mustard & The Pickles.

Further information: http://laboralcentrodearte.org and
http://www.mercadillolabshop.net/elgg/

DATES: Saturday 17th and Sunday 18th December 2011
OPENING TIME: from 12 noon to 10 pm
COORDINATION: Marco Recuero

PARTICIPANTS IN THE MARKET

13vinilos
Adicta a los Complementos
Ahida Agirre
Alicia Varela
Ätakontu
Begmont
Bellamoza
Chocolaticas
Confecciones El Encanto
Alejandro Mazuelas
Cueros Osea
DCartesianos
Depuntillas
Dequitaypon Complementos
deTiKeTa
duermevela
Sin desperdicio
FallinStyle
Hoertonn
Ike Wahl
Ilde Studio
Itunube
Jöelle
Jumaria
Kosicas
Krasznai Street
La Bigotera
La Fia de Lola
La Niña Berenjena
lindoRon
Loquitalopone
Lorena Lis
Lory Palomi
Luka Thepau
Mimamantra
Mundo Hebi
Naranjas Chinas
ngbags
Noeastur
Noelia Francisco
Nuria Ordiales
Paula Muñiz
Pensamientos Dulces
Pitufa
Porque sueño...
redhotdan
retroartgijon
Riot Flesh
Sunday girl
telojuroXmibolso
Virginia Vieira
Zincwhite

 

 

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