El Ibiza Ethnographic Museum, located in St. Eulalia, has presented its Three new exhibitions for this year 2020. All of them can be visited until mid-December.
The first one, located on the porch of the museum, is 'Puget, nissaga d'artistes'. Un tribute to the trajectory of these painters how linked they were to the town of Santa Eulalia. The exhibition includes several works from the pictorial collection of the Puget Museum and several given by the family for this occasion.
The second exhibition 'Naus a l'horitzó ... Corsaris to the sea!' you can see her in room B. It is intended make known the Ibiza privateers and differentiate them from pirates. To explain to schoolchildren what life was like for corsairs, a documentary directed by Enrique Villalonga with puppets by Joanna Hruby is shown.
In room C you will see the last sample: 'Traditional Balearic furniture ', temporarily granted by the Manacor History Museum. A selection of miniature furniture that reproduce the royal furniture of the fourteenth and nineteenth centuries.
The three exhibitions are open to the public Tuesday to Saturday from 10 a.m. to 14 p.m. and Sundays from 11 a.m. to 13.30:XNUMX p.m.