Images of Ibiza at the beginning of the 20th century in an exhibition by Sa Nostra Sala
Sa Nostra Sala in Ibiza presents "Blasi i Bordàs a Eivissa. Excursionistes catalans at the beginning of the 20th century ", from the 29 from November 2018 to the 25 from January 2019
Sa Nostra Room, an exhibition space located in the center of Ibiza city, presents a new exhibition with unpublished photographic material of the Ibiza of the early twentieth century. It is a sample titled "Blasi i Bordàs to Eivissa. Excursionistes catalans at the beginning of segle XX ".
Since the end of the 19th century and the beginning of the 20th century, a series of officials, scientists, scholars, representatives and tourists began to come to know the island of Ibiza taking advantage of the improvements in marine communications. An important part of these visitors was made up of Catalan hikers.
His first trip was in June of 1908, equipped with notebooks, compasses, cameras and film ... They wanted to know in depth the island of Ibiza, its history, territory, nature, customs ...
In the exhibition you will be able to enjoy these incredible images of an already obsolete time accompanied by the comments that they published in their bulletins of the Excursionist Center of Catalonia. You will also find the ones that are considered as the first film images of the island "Andanzas Veraniegas" (1927), by Francesc Bordàs i Salellas.
In addition to the exhibition itself, they are organized three lectures, all at 20 hours:
-The December 13 2018 the historian Susana Cardona he talks to us about "The antic ballar through imatges de principi de segle" and it will be screened "Summer Adventures".
-The December 20 2018 the historians Neus Escandell and Antonio Viñarás they impart the talk "L'any 1935, what will happen to Eivissa?".
-Finally, the 24 January 2019 the doctor in biology and hiker Antònia Maria Cirer will talk about "From what parl quan parl to walk".
The exhibition opens on November 29 Thursday of 2018 to 20 hours. You can visit her from Monday through Friday from 11 to 14 hours and from 17 to 20: 30 hours until the next 25 January 2019.