The cultural offer offered by the Fundació Baleària grows this weekend in the Marina Alta thanks to the inauguration of three exhibitions in three of the halls managed by the entity in the region. As of November 5, 6 and 7, new samples can be visited in the Dénia, Pego and El Verger rooms respectively, with all sanitary measures assured.
Specifically, in the Dénia room, the exhibition 'Elogi de la memòria' by the renowned Dianense artist Joan Castejón begins this Thursday, November 5. It is the first time that the painter has shown his work in the El Taller de Túria de Magazinos room, and for this reason, Castejón himself will carry out guided tours every Sunday between 12.00:14.00 and 70:8. It is an exhibition that is a journey through his work from the XNUMXs to the present, with his tribute to the singer-songwriter Ovidi Monllor included. It can be visited until December XNUMX.
On Friday, November 6, the Pego exhibition will open. In the Museu d'Art Contemporani of this town you can visit the exhibition 'Els ODS dels Baleàrics', promoted by the Foundation together with the Government of the Balearic Islands and which is an appeal to the conscience about the need to comply with the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals. This exhibition is the result of the shipping company's commitment to these SDGs and the 2030 Agenda, and can be visited until the end of November.
Finally, from Saturday, November 7, at the Torre dels Ducs de Medinaceli in El Verger, you can see the exhibition 'Des de la mar' by the Balearic Diana Bustamante. It will be on display until November 30 and is a journey through mythical enclaves of the coastal landscape of the Balearic Islands and the Valencian coast.
It should be remembered that in all the rooms the pertinent sanitary measures will be guaranteed: hydroalcoholic gel will be offered, the safety distance will be guaranteed by controlling the capacity of the spaces, and later these will be cleaned and disinfected.