imagen del program Harriak. Diseño

texts on the exhibitions

This blog has been compiling texts written specifically since 2018 about each of the exhibitions held within the HARRIAK programme.


hau ez da hau
August 8, 2019 - August 30, 2019


Barrubarren or barrene is the name of a handball game which is called different things depending on where it is played...


Ereregiz doinuak lanean, herri-kultura eta folkloretik abiatzen dira artistak, lurralde berriak arakatzeko; batzuetan...

hau ez da hau

8 August - 30 August 2019

In a boat, to bear away (in Spanish abatimiento) is not when you are sad,

harriak 2019

Coordination: Leire Muñoz

Following the experience of HARRIAK in 2016 2017 and 2018 eremuak is launching the third edition: HARRIAK 2019.

HARRIAK is a contemporary art programme aimed at enabling new spaces for mediation, exhibition and artistic dissemination.

The programme is implemented through various exhibition rooms belonging to cultural centres in the Basque Country and involves the participation of emerging artists and mediators.

HARRIAK is an initiative by eremuak aimed at creating a context that is sensitive to contemporary creative practices in small towns and at providing visibility for artistic work and mediation processes.

The main aim is to bring continuity to the programme by securing the places used in 2016, 2017 and 2018, and opening the experience up to new spaces.

2019 programme

Presa de Arriaran (Beasain, Gipuzkoa)
Barru, barren, barrene exhibition
June 14 - July 14

ARENATZarte (Güeñes, Bizkaia)
Barru, barren, barrene exhibition
July 19  - September 2

Markina-Xemein (Bizkaia)
Ereregiz doinuak
27 July 2019

Centro Eskolondo (Ea, Bizkaia)
Hau ez da hau
From 8 to 30 August

Kulturate (Arrasate, Gipuzkoa)
September - October

Bastero Kulturgunea (Andoain, Gipuzkoa)
October - November