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This space is dedicated to the dissemination of craftsmanship and heritage of Arta. It opened in July 2012 by private initiative, in a house in the old town with a strong Mallorcan style. It is distributed in a ground floor, first floor and a patio that houses a peculiar cafe.

On the ground floor are shown original goods made by artisans and designers of the municipality: Ventura Albons, Tasso Mattar, Cassellas Guillem, Marta Matamalas Catherine Cañellas, Pau Obrador and Tous Niguel.

The first floor houses the exhibition Sa Rondaia, with works by the sculptor Pere Artanense Pujol (1934-2001). The rondalles Mallorquines (Majorcan rondallas) are folktales from the oral tradition that appeared in writing for the first time in 1880, compiled by Antoni Maria Alcover (under the pseudonym George d'es Raco) with the title Aplec de rondalles Mallorquines.

In the exhibition will be shown 40 figures inspired by their protagonists and made by this self-taught artist in papier mache, clay, resin and bronze. With his imagination and talent, Pere Pujol gave life to fantastic characters as Gusti Lladre, Estel d'or or the demons, witches and fairies who fill the various rooms.


Carrer Antoni Blanes, 19 - Artà
(0034) 971 83 59 39

Ground floor: entrance free
First Floor:
Adults: 5 €
Children: 4 €


Monday to Friday: from 10:00 to 14:00 h. and 17:00 to 20:00.
Saturday: 10:00 to 14:00 h.

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