The organisation of the Culture Institute of Barcelona is based on a Governing Council. This higher body includes representatives of all political groups which form part of City Council, three professionally acclaimed figures from the field of culture and union representatives. This body approves the annual action plans and monitors the actions carried out by the Institute. The day-to-day management of the Institute is governed by a Management Committee, chaired by the Councillor for Culture , and on which the Managing Director of the Institute and the senior managers of the departments into which the Institute is organised are represented.
Havana, the capital of Cuba, will bethe guest city at the La Mercè Festival 2020. Between 23 and 27 September 2020, we’ll have the chance to sample some of the Cuban capital’s lively culture along Barcelona’s streets, with different theatre, dance and music shows and film screenings.
As part of the Quaderns Metodològics Feministes collection, the Councillor's Office for Feminism and LGBTI and the Barcelona Institute of Culture (ICUB) have produced a guide with positive recommendations for achieving parity in Barcelona’s cultural programming, that of the city’s big cultural facilities as well as that of local centres.
The Technical Instruction for the Application of Sustainability Criteria in Exhibitions came into effect on 18 July 2017.
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