Deia 19 Arts Festival, happening between 11 and 13 October celebrates a new generation of Deia artists as well as those who have contributed to the unique cultural history of the village. Deia 19 features poetry and prose readings, musical events, food tastings, a recycled and sustainable fashion show and film, ceramic and art exhibitions. English, Spanish and Catalan will be the languages of the festival.
We’re only a week away from Deia 19 and now seems like the right time to take a closer look at what’s on offer over the festival weekend.
Deia 19 Festival highlights
Restaurante Can Quet, Hotel Es Moli:
Hotel Es Moli:
Visitors can also view the hotel’s collection of work by local artists. Es Moli’s Buganvilia Restaurant will offer a special lunch menu from 13-15hrs for €27 per person. To book a table, call +34 971 639 000 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
We loved the project from the very beginning and, apart from hosting events and making a financial contribution, have offered rooms to artists travelling to Deia.
Jeannine Müller, Marketing and PR Manager, Hotel Es Moli
Sa Tanca, Deia:
With this festival we celebrate Deia’s artistic past and help build a foundation for its creative future.’
Oona and Jackie, organizers
Can Fussimany, a beautiful 17th century finca in the centre of Deia:
We’ve always supported the Deia art scene in various different ways since the hotel was first opened in 1984. This festival is very much part of the artistic spirit of Deià and we’re delighted to play our part in making it a success.
Hanna Bornebusch, PR Manager, Belmond La Residencia
The closing ceremony will also be held at Can Fussimany. A delicious, authentic paella will be prepared with love and skill by Jordi Ramone, AKA the Pa Amb Oli Band drummer. This is sure to be highly popular so please reserve your place at the information desks at any of the venues or email email@example.com.
For more information, go here
Can’t make it? You can still buy a highly collectible t-shirt and contribute to Deia 19’s success and pretend you were there.
Don’t forget, you can always call into the Charles Marlow offices opposite Belmond La Residencia and view a curated collection of local art. We’re also proud to have donated to support the festival.