Three new exhibitions at the Ethnographic Museum of Ibiza

The Ethnographic Museum of Ibiza, in Santa Eulalia, opens on February 19 three exhibitions full of Ibizan tradition

On Saturday February 19th 2022 are inaugurated three new exhibits which will host this year Ethnographic Museum of Ibiza, in es Puig de Misa de Santa Eulalia.

The act will take place to 12 hours and entrance is free.

The three temporary exhibitions that can be visited from that day on are 'Landscape seen through topaz eyes' by Josep Tarrés, 'Stories of fameliars, barruguets and brochures' and 'Works of clothing'.

The first sample, which will be exhibited on the porch of the museum, is a compilation of some of the landscaper's works. Most collect paintings from the cityscape, outward appearance and daily life in the streets and squares of the Marina, Dalt Vila and Sa Penya.

The second exhibition deals with the characters who starred in fables that were counted in Ibizan houses in ancient times.

Finally, 'Works of clothing', extols the great work carried out by Pitiusas women in the past, when they were in charge of dressing and sheltering the family.

Enjoy art and tradition at the Ethnographic Museum of Ibiza from February 19.


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