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Arts & Culture

Creative Workshops in Barcelona

Written by Aracely Gonzalez

Barcelona is a thriving city for the arts and if you are caught up in your daily routine, it’s easy to forget how much artistic influence has built this beautiful city. With strong influences from historical figures like Antoni Gaudi, Joan Miró, and Salvador Dali, it’s easy to find inspiration around the corner. Let your creativity flow by participating in one of Barcelona’s many creative workshops. You never know where you’ll find a new passion! Barcelona’s creative workshops cater to all sorts of tastes. Some locations offer one-time classes and others offer classes that can last for weeks or months. According to ShBarcelona the options are abundant!

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The Creativity Workshop


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The Creativity Workshop was established in 1993 by two educators with experience in writing and multimedia. They’ve taken those education skills and created this space to spread their knowledge of the creative process. They offer workshops in writing, photography, storytelling, mapmaking and more!

Estudio Nomada

Established in 2008, Estudio Nomada is an extensive art school that presents itself as the “home for artists”. It is managed by a visual artist and a linguist/journalist who are very active in the cultural life of Barcelona. This school offers space for aspiring artists to pursue their passion as well as workshops for rookies. They offer extensive courses in drawing, mold making, clay modeling, photo documentation, cinematography and more!

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Academy of Art Barcelona


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If you are looking for more advanced classes with thorough teachings, the Academy of Art Barcelona offers longer courses for painting, drawing, photography, sculpturing, and digital art. It is the first Spanish school to integrate a full curriculum into teaching the arts.

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About the author

Aracely Gonzalez

Aracely is an American writer from Austin, Texas. She moved to Barcelona and immediately fell in love with the city.

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