6 cultural venues in Sant Josep
In Sant Josep there is a full programme of cultural activities throughout the year involving artists and craftworkers, associations, residents, promoters and projects of all kinds. Concerts, films, theatre, exhibitions, workshops, shows and courses are part of a long list of events that take place in different cultural centres and venues in the town. Below is a list of these initiatives.
Can Jeroni Culture Centre
This emblematic building is located in Sant Josep town centre. Its original structure was subjected to an ambitious renovation in order to accommodate several multipurpose spaces. Inaugurated in 2016, Can Jeroni consists of an auditorium with a capacity for 165 people, divided into a stall and an amphitheatre. The hall is fully equipped with audio-visual resources to enable the projection of films – its free auteur film seasons are very popular – and the holding of concerts, plays and events of all kinds. Next to this, in an adjacent building, sharing a charming little square, is the Can Jeroni exhibition hall, a two-storey building for the display of small and large-format paintings, sculptures and photographs. The opening hours of Can Jeroni are based on the calendar of programmed events, which can be found on the website. The exhibition hall is open from Tuesday to Sunday from 10.30 am to 1.30 pm and from Thursday to Saturday from 6 pm to 9 pm.
Can Curt Exhibition Hall
This hall is a modern facility attached to Can Curt, a historical building in the centre of the tiny village of Sant Agustí. The original house, with its typically Ibizan architecture, has a beautiful tower which, together with that of the neighbouring Can Berri and the church, forms the typical skyline of Sant Agustí. The Can Curt hall offers ample spaces in which exhibitions are held throughout the year, sharing open common areas with the main house. It is open from Thursday to Saturday from 6.30 pm to 9 pm and on Sundays from 11 am to 1 pm.
Sant Francesc Interpretation Centre
The salt flats of Ibiza represent a natural, cultural and economic heritage of enormous importance in the island’s history. In order to disseminate their natural and ethnographic values, the Sant Francesc Interpretation Centre, located in the old parish house of the Sant Francesc church, was opened in 2015. Distributed over two floors, the centre offers a varied range of content, from audio-visual material on the flora and fauna of the Ses Salines Natural Park to old tools used by the salt workers. It is open on Saturdays and Sundays from 10 am to 2 pm in winter and from Wednesday to Sunday from 10 am to 2 pm and from 6 pm to 9 pm in summer.
Ses Païsses de Cala d’Hort
The Can Sorà farmhouse, a beautiful example of Ibiza’s rural architecture, occupies a prominent place in the complex that makes up the Ses Païsses archaeological site, which in turn is made up of a Punic and Roman settlement and its respective neighbouring burial grounds. The house and the surrounding area are used as a centre for carrying out all kinds of educational tasks, especially workshops for schoolchildren. The house is linked to the Ibiza Ethnographic Museum and its opening hours depend on the previously scheduled activities.
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Telephone contact: (+34) 971 332 845
This is the name of the Sant Josep Municipal School of Music, located in Sant Agustí. The educational centre offers an intense training programme in the field of music, with courses for children, young people and adults. The teaching ranges from children’s awareness courses (children from 4 to 6 years old), beginners’ courses (7 years old) or elementary courses (from 8 years old) to advanced courses, electronic composition courses, etc. The school’s instrumental specialities are: flute, clarinet, trumpet, French horn, saxophone, trombone, euphonium, tuba, piano, percussion and voice. All the information, together with the teaching programmes and timetables, can be found on their website.
La Nave Salinas
This space occupies a large salt warehouse located in the area of Sa Canal, next to the Ses Salines beach. It is a personal project by the renowned collector Lio Malca, who regularly brings large-format works by world-class figures such as Keith Haring, Bill Viola, Kenny Scharf and Marco Brambilla to this immense space; one of the great events to be enjoyed in La Nave along with the gatherings, conferences, exhibitions and other events held within the framework of the Salt Fair, where you can learn and discover first-hand the history of the salt flats and the life of the salt workers in the past. Access to La Nave is free and it usually has quite long opening hours.Visit the website for more information.