LABshop December 2017

LABoral invites Asturian designers to exhibit and sell their creations to the public at the LABoral Design Market

Until 17 December 2017

Since December 2008, the LABshop brings together a large group of independent creators, designers and editors. The objective is to publicize the activities related to design and creation that take place in our region.

LABshop is not just a large showcase or a design market, it is a stage open to creativity that serves as a connection between all participants to encourage their union and strengthen the encounter with the media, trend-setters and the industry. sector.

This idea is reflected in the brand, Hand Made With Love, which summarizes the philosophy of LABshop:

Handmade with love…original design
Handmade with love…self-production
Handmade with love son…products made with a lot of love

A seal of quality to differentiate the designs presented in the LABshop and that guarantees that each product is an original piece, made by the creator himself, and that it overflows with love.

During this weekend, entry to both the market and the exhibitions and different scheduled activities is free.

The little ones can go around the world in Noldi’s Merry-Go-Round, made with wood and recycled materials. For boys and girls between 3 and 13 years old.

LABshop Christmas 2017 activities program

Saturday 16

From 12 to 3 p.m. “Open doors” Free admission

From 5 to 6:15 p.m. “Children’s Circus” Price: €5 per child (maximum 10 children)

From 6:45 p.m. to 8 p.m. “Circus for Youth” Price: €5 per child (maximum 10 children)

Sunday 17

From 12:30 to 2 p.m. “Family Circus” Price: €3 per person (minimum 1 adult and 1 child; maximum 8 families)

From 4 to 7 p.m. “Open doors” Free admission

  • High Fidelity Shadows.I passed at 6 and 8 p.m.

CICADA, the experimental electronic musical duo formed by Sara Muñiz and Jose A. Rilla, will score three pioneering abstract films live: “Rhythmus 21” (Hans Richter, 1921), “Symphonie Diagonale” (Viking Eggeling, 1924)” and “ Rhythmus 23” (Hans Richter, 1923). Of Dadaist influence, the films propose and study an aesthetic of synesthesia that the musicians will emphasize through the live use of synthesizers and violas.

The selection criteria are very simple: creativity, originality and self-production.