Havana, May 15 (Prensa Latina) Designers from 10 countries will exhibit at the Havana Biennial of Design (BD Habana) scheduled from May 20 to June 26 in several Cuban provinces, their organizers announced this Wednesday.
The exhibition from from Argentina, Colombia, Costa Rica, France, Puerto Rico, Ecuador, Nicaragua, Mexico, Spain and Cuba, are one of the three strong points of the event and will create a multiple space for exchange and feedback between professionals and the public.
According to the organizing team, several galleries, institutions and public spaces were created, including the headquarters of the National Design Office (ONDI), the Hispanic American Cultural Center and the Ludwig Foundation of Cuba.
At the same time, the program will host master lectures and workshops by specialists in design or related disciplines, who will talk and put into practice their experiences from an industrial and communicational profile.
BD Havana, dedicated to the 500th anniversary of the founding of Havana, will arrive in the eastern province of Santiago de Cuba (May 30-June 2) and will conclude its route in Camagüey (June 13-16).
According to the official statement, this second edition proposes a vision focused on the user’s experience, invites to think about discipline as a creative process, fosters the bond of senses and an authentic design.