The rodeo caves neighbourhood of Rojales becomes the local capital of culture again this weekend. The Sala Mengolero will be hosting an exhibition by Jorge Izquierdo Gómez called ‘Esparto: in creation and artistic inspiration’.
This exhibition will have a series of pieces that use esparto grass as a support medium, a pictorial element and an inspiration. It has been organised in collaboration with people who work with esparto around the Vega Baja as well as other institutions, including the National Archaeology Museum (MAN).
The inauguration will be on Sunday, november 6th at 11:30am. During the morning, visitors will also be able to enjoy the traditional art and crafts market, as well as workshops in lathing in cave 12 and recycling in cave 2.
The day also has two concerts programmed, with the singer songwriter El Toubab at 12pm at the Tetería cave and classical guitarist Diego Corraliza playing early 20th century Spanish music at 4pm in the B.Art cave.