On Monday June 22nd at 18:00 in the Sala Mercado. Plaza de la Ermita, is the inauguration of an exhibition of drawings made by students throughout the school year.
The writer Francisco Guerrero López, from Torre del Mar, has presented his new novel called ‘El doble de Picasso’ at the Sala Mercado, where there is currently an exhibition entitled ‘Los Carteles de Picasso’ .
For the next three days, until Friday May 10th, the Sala Mercado in calle San Miguel (Plaza de la Ermita) is home to the VIII Jornadas Educativas de Convivencia Intercultural -Educational Conference on Intercultural Living.
The Sala Mercado in Plaza de la Ermita has, as usual, been turned into a giant play area for kids over the Christmas period. It is open in the evenings until the end of the school term and then throughout the day up until January 9th 2013.
From now until June 3rd, the Sala Mercado in Plaza de la Ermita is home to ‘Ventanas del mundo’ (‘Windows of the World’), the seventh edition of the Conference on Intercultural Coexitstence.
The ceramics exhibition by Amalia G. del Moral at the Sala Mercado in calle San Miguel is open Monday to Saturday from 17:00 to 21:00 with some interesting pieces on display and descriptions of the process used in each case.
There is an exhibition of photos on at the Sala Mercado in calle San Miguel from now until October 28th. The exhibition is entitled ‘Cinematografías y cuerpos en ocres’ – Film and bodies in ochre – and is the work of Fernando Marcos, winner of the World Press Photo award in 2002.
From now until August 5th there is an exhibition of ceramic art by Virgilio at the Sala Mercado in Plaza de la Ermita, Nerja.
Last Friday at the Sala Mercado was Fiesta FLAMPA (Local Federation of Associations of Parents and Teachers in Nerja) which included the presentation of prizes for various children’s competitions, such as painting, poetry and short stories.
The Department of Culture has finalised the list of exhibitions and events at the Sala Mercado and the Municipal Exhibition Hall in calle Cristo for the second half of 2011, and these are: