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25 years of the CCCB

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Mirador CCCB
Foto: Adrià Goula

Time Out says

On February 24, 1994, the Centre de Cultura Contemporània de Barcelona opened its doors for the first time, and now the CCCB is celebrating its birthday. Twenty-five years later it's become a key landmark in the city's culture, hosting all kinds of exhibitions and activities. To mark the occasion, the CCCB has organised a weekend full of things to do, including a competition among teams of university students who will debate the meaning of borders in the 21st century (Sat 23, 6.30pm-8pm); a night of music with DJs and live acts featuring Anna Lanau, Kids from Mars, The Mani-las and AKKAN (Sat 23, from 8pm); screenings of animations and the documentary 'Temps de Caritat', a portrait of the old Casa de la Caritat de Barcelona, which is now the CCCB building (Sun 24, from 11am); a family party in the Pati de les Dones, with urban dancing and live music from bands from the neighbourhood (Sun 24, 11am-2.30pm). Over the weekend, the CCCB opens its doors for free access to the 'Stanley Kubrick' exhibition and the Arxiu Xcèntric, which presents 'Flashes of Beauty', a special menu of 25 titles selected by Cloe Masotta.


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