15-17 Dec 2006. The Centre for Contemporary Culture of Barcelona (CCCB) hosts the seventh edition of the international creative recycling festival Drap-Art06 featuring an international symposium on the theme of Urban and Sustainable. Organized by the Barcelona-based Associaci Cultural Drap Art, the festival includes exhibitions of artworks made from trash, a traditional Christmas market, performances and concerts as well as a late-opening bar. Childrens and adults workshops in making jewellery, instruments and fantastic animals using rubbish and second-hand toys are on offer twice daily on 16 & 17 Dec (12.00-14.00 & 18.00-20.00). International guests at the symposium include German artist HA Schult (well-known for his social and environmental actions), Csare Peeren from the Dutch architecture studio 2012 Architecten (specialised in constructions, installations and interior design made with recycled materials), Seville-based architect Santiago Cirugeda (known for his unusual urban designs) and Pilar Chiva, director of the Catalonian Centre of Recycling. Admission free. 15 Dec 17.00-03.00, 16 Dec 11.00-03.00, 17 Dec 11.00-22.00.

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Address The CCCB is at 5 Montalegre, 08001 Barcelona. By metro lines 1, 2 and 3 to Plaa Catalunya or Plaa Universitat. Bus routes include 7, 9, 14, 16, 17, 55 and 141. Tel. +(34) 933064100 globalcccb@cccb.org

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Drap-Art06 recycling festival.

The CCCB is at 5 Montalegre, 08001 Barcelona. By metro lines 1, 2 and 3 to Plaa Catalunya or Plaa Universitat. Bus routes include 7, 9, 14, 16, 17, 55 and 141. Tel. +(34) 933064100 globalcccb@cccb.org

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