Exhibition "Nativity Scene: History, Culture and Tradition" at the CRAI campus Catalonia
The CRAI campus Catalonia hosts the exhibition "Nativity Scenes: History, Culture and Tradition", where you will discover the different phases of the construction and artistic process of the models and dioramas that make up the nativity scenes.
You can also consult a selection of the bibliographic collections of the Associació Pessebrista de Tarragona and some of its members, which documents the history and ethnography of Christmas, the process of building the nativity scene, the figures that make it up and its tradition around the world.
In addition, you will find historical documentation of the entity itself and an videographic sample of works carried out by the Tarragona's builders of nativity scenes.
On such auspicious dates, we recommend this exhibition, which is closely linked to our traditions.
As a complement, we recommend a visit to the exhibition of nativity scenes and dioramas that the association, under the name "El Pessebre: del popular a l'artistic", has this year at the Antiga Audiència (Pl. Del Pallol, 3 · Tarragona).
Exhibition "Knowledge and the world. UNESCO URV Chairs" at Sescelades campus CRAI
Sescelades campus CRAI
Exhibition prepared on the occasion of the 75th anniversary of the founding of UNESCO, in which the URV UNESCO Chair in Housing has participated.
Through 23 information panels, it is possible to discover what tasks a chair carries out, which are its areas of work, the most relevant international interventions or, among others, the different lines of research that are carried out.
Exhibition “Round the world and shake your environment with a workcamp!" at Medicine and Health Sciences CRAI
Medicine & Health Sciences CRAI
The exhibition "Go around the world and shake your environment with a workcamp!" shows the work carried out by the Service Civil International of Catalonia, through volunteering, in order to empower society towards change, promoting social transformation at local and international level.
It is made up of 27 panels divided into different categories. Each part is explained in an information panel and is accompanied by photographs by different authors. It also has a general panel to publicize the organization, show one of the workcamps and explain the exhibition.
We hope that this exhibition will open you up to new experiences and encourage you to be part of this community of volunteers, participating in one of the many workcamps they offer.