Mornings: from Monday 2nd to Sunday 8th from 10.30 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Evenings: Friday 6th and Saturday 7th from 5.30 p.m. to 9.30 p.m.; Sunday 8th from 5.30 p.m. to 7 p.m.
Followed by a conversation with Juli Sanjuan, creator of the installation Pou cec, pou sec (Blind Well, Dry Well) in the Immaculada building, and conversation with Raquel Rodrigo, creator of the piece Echar raíces (Setting Down Roots) at the Convent de les Carmelites Descalces.
Premi del Jurat, Premi del Públic and Premi dels Xiquets i les Xiquetes.
In order to enjoy A Cel Obert safely, the following protocol has been established in accordance with current regulations:
Hand sanitiser dispensers will be available at the entrance to all venues. However, unlike in previous years, for hygiene reasons you will not be able to interact with the interventions i.e. they cannot be touched.
Face coverings must be worn in all areas and at all times during the visit.
The capacity will be limited in size (small groups) and duration (time-controlled).
You should enter and leave spaces as instructed by the employees authorised by the organisation.
Unlike in previous years, there will be no guided tours this year. However, you will be able to listen to an explanation of each intervention through your mobile phone by scanning the QR code printed on the information panels at the entrance to each courtyard.
Social distancing must be respected in all areas by everyone attending the event.
If you think you have symptoms of COVID-19 or have been in contact with someone who has been diagnosed with the virus, please act responsibly and stay at home. And don’t worry because next year we will have the opportunity to meet again!
MOBILITY AND ACCESSIBILITY
A Cel Obert works to ensure that the different spaces where the festival takes place are accessible to people with reduced mobility. Interventions located in adapted spaces are identified with the corresponding icon.
If you come by car, we recommend that you park on the outskirts of the old town to save time and avoid queues.
RECYCLING AND REUSING MATERIALS
At the request of the A Cel Obert organisation, the designers of the interventions must consider the use of environmentally friendly materials and elements.
In order to reduce the amount of waste generated, we ask for them to be recycled or reused as much as possible. Therefore, many of the materials used will be reused in other editions of the festival or will be given to the organisations proposed by the designers of the interventions themselves.
If you are interested in the material used in any of the installations, please write to us at firstname.lastname@example.org and ask for it before the end of the festival.