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  1. Thursday, 30 August 2018

    FiraTàrrega 2018 invites you to reenvision contemporary public space through street art

    In this edition, which will take place from 6th to 9th September, FiraTàrrega reenvisions contemporary public space using four main themes: territory, memory, identity and inclusion.

    The Fair will feature 50 national and international shows that will perform 227 functions in 22 different exhibition spaces. As of 27th August, FiraTàrrega will have 795 registered professionals from five continents.

    The Compagnie Lucamoros will be the opening act of FiraTàrrega with its show La Tortue de Gauguin, a visual and poetic rendition that you can see at Sant Eloi park on Thursday 6th September at 9:30pm.

  2. Monday, 26 June 2017

    FiraTàrrega puts the focus on participation by inviting to claim, play, perform and celebrate 

    FiraTàrrega 2017 will take place from 7 to 10 September and will feature 54 performances from eight countries.

    The focal point is participation, one of the main assets of contemporary street art. 

    The community action urGENTestimar from Ada Vilaró and Josep Perelló will be responsible for opening this year. This work, which seeks to dilute borders in art and science, will last for 40 hours.

    urGENTestimar, Ada Vilaró and Josep Perelló

  3. Monday, 10 April 2017

    FiraTàrrega presents their 2017 Creation Support programme

    14 national and international companies will carry out creative residences in the city of Tàrrega.

    From April to August, the projects are presented in various rehearsals that are open to the public, to be held in Tàrrega and Lleida.

    Participation, the motto of the fair this year, women, historical memory and inclusion are the main subjects of the selected projects.

    Udul, Los Galindos

  4. Wednesday, 31 August 2016

    FiraTàrrega 2016: Intercultural market exhibition

    This year the theme will be multiculturalism, a distinctive feature of street arts that allows us to draw closer to very different communities and social contexts

    A total of 57 national and international companies will participate in the fair, with a total of 263 sessions in 26 exhibition spaces. The number of registered professionals to date is 715

    This year FiraTàrrega presents an artistic focus dedicated to Chile, an opportunity to learn about the country's artistic scene

    The Colour of Time, Cie. Artonik © Thierry Bonnet

  5. Tuesday, 9 August 2016

    Chile, FiraTàrrega 2016's guest country

    This year FiraTàrrega will focus on Chile and has invited four different Chilean companies 

    In addition, there will be several professional activities in order to go deeper into performing arts' current state in this Latin American country

    Viaje nº9, Teatro del Sonido

  6. Tuesday, 28 June 2016

    FiraTàrrega presents its programme

    The 36th edition of the fair will take place from 8 to 11 September and will feature 60 performances from 57 companies

    This year we will further multiculturalism as the backbone of the programme

    The French company Artonik will be responsible for opening this year with The Colour of Time, a show that celebrates collectively friendship, cultural exchange and interracial friendships

    The Colour of Time, Cie. Artonik

  7. Tuesday, 5 April 2016

    FiraTàrrega presents their 2016 Programme to Support Creation

    The programme has Creation Laboratories, Artistic Residences and Transnational Productions.

    This year the fair will welcome 11 companies that will carry out creative residences in the city of Tàrrega.

  8. Monday, 21 March 2016

    The conclusions of Fresh Street #1 published, the first European seminar for the development of street arts

    The seminar, sponsored by FiraTàrrega and Circostrada, was held last September in Barcelona and Tàrrega.

    The role of street arts is reaffirmed as a key element in transforming the relationship between space and its inhabitants.

    Cohesion among citizens, economic development and social change through street arts are other factors that are considered crucial.

    Training and education, crucial for the future of performing street arts.

  9. Wednesday, 16 December 2015

    FiraTàrrega promotes mobility and international exchange of experiences in circus and street arts through the CASA project

    CASA is a program with European funds (Creative Europe) which aims to encourage circus and street arts professionals to work and cooperate internationally

    The call for "Get to know the circus and street arts from another country" has opened, consisting of five international visits that help professionals discover experiences from other territories

  10. Tuesday, 13 October 2015

    Submissions of artistic proposals for FiraTàrrega 2016 now being accepted

    Submissions of proposals from professional companies will be accepted from 15th October for participation in the FiraTàrrega 2016 Official Programme, for the Fair, the Creation Labs and the Creative Residencies.