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MACBA and the CCCB propose a new activity space for visitors aged between 14 and 18 years. Habitació 1418 (Room 1418) is an active meeting point that will open every Saturday from 5 to 10 pm. Conceived as a highly flexible platform, it will be the users themselves who will modulate its profile. The will be a continuous programme of activities and the free use of resources suggested by MACBA and the CCCB will be made available. The programme aims to reach young people in the metropolitan area and develop a special bond with El Raval.

By Fito Conesa.

Room 1418

Programme

FROM 15 JANUARY UNTIL 26 JULY
From 15 January, every Saturday until 26 July, from 5 to 10 pm.

15 AND 22 FEBRUARY
From 0 to 100,000, by Fito Conesa.
What is a viral campaign? How does it work? Would you like to prepare and record your own viral video/campaign?
On how an anecdotic video can become a pandemic. Scriptwriting and recording of a viral teaser to promote the project Room 1418. Learn to promote, share, link, post and ‘like’ on Facebook, YouTube, Twitter, Instagram, etc.
www.fitoconesa.com

1 MARCH
Inputs and Outputs, Arduino workshop by Fab Lab Barcelona.
With a basic knowledge of programming, the Arduino platform allows you to read data from the environment by receiving input from sensors such as temperature or luminosity, and use them to control all kinds of actuators, such as motors, lights or our own computer.
www.fablabbcn.org

8 AND 15 MARCH
Serigrafiarte, by Hun Deok Lee
Silkscreen printing, or serigraphy, is a refinement of printing with stencils, practised since Antiquity. Natives from the Fiji Islands made some of the earliest known stencils for textile printing. Learn all the techniques for textile silkscreen printing: from making your own basic machinery to DIY. Customise and turn your trainers, t-shirts or skateboards into something unique.
http://hundeok72.wixsite.com/aura

22 MARCH
Handmade design applied to musical culture, by Mery Cuesta.
Do you like music? Whose fan are you?
In this workshop we will learn about the different graphic supports that accompany the promotion of a band or a singer (cover, poster, press kit, etc.) and how to design them. We will use manual techniques such as collage, drawing and paper cutting, to create an experimental composition of our favourite interpreters.
www.merycuesta.com

29 MARCH
DJ workshop with Lucient
Mario G. Quelart is a versatile DJ and producer from Sabadell, Barcelona. With a panoramic view of the electronic spectrum, he has become a key figure in the congested circuit of the country’s clubs and festivals. Lucient creates elegant and eclectic sets reflecting his musical criteria, where, as well as IDM and truncated rhythms, he brings in the latest generation disco, house and techno music.
Text: Carles Guajardo (bRUNA)

5 APRIL
Room 1418 Party Mode
De 17 a 19.30 hGame of Skates and live painting demonstrations and serigraph. Organized and introduced by Hun Deok Lee, with the collaboration of Wet Bun y Aura Division.
De 19.30 a 22 h DJ Matías Rossi
De 20.30 a 22 h VJ Fito Conesa
Take part in a competition for the best photo of the party with Instagram.

12 AND 13 APRIL
Can you spare some change?, by Antoni Hervas
An intensive fanzine workshop for getting a lot for very little. Photocopies, staples and glue galore. Saturday at 5 pm and Sunday at 11 am.
Coinciding with the fair Món Llibre, Room 1418 presents its own fair of fanzines: Món Fanzine 1418. Saturday from 11 am to 10 pm and Sunday from 11 am to 7.30 pm.
http://antonihervas.blogspot.jp

19 APRIL DAY OFF

26 APRIL
Introduction to Robotics, by AESS Estudiants
Soon robots will become part of our everyday life. To get ready, we will test the ability of our participants to solve problems with a scalable and flexible robotic system.
AESS Estudiants

For group and education program information please call 93 412 14 13 educacio [at] macba [dot] cat ( )
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