CentroCentro is a public and open space that is dedicated to reflection and to cutting-edge proposals in the areas of culture, citizenship and the creative management of public spaces. It addresses such issues as sustainability, smart and efficient cities, and models of coexistence, and it provides platforms for debate and artistic and entrepreneurial exploration.
CentroCentro proposes a redesigning of the public domain by seeking to slow down and intensify cultural processes and by integrating the city’s living heritage as a way to ensure the social and economic growth of our artists and citizens.
CentroCentro is a cultural centre in which a range of specialised proposals dedicated to the city and the arts coexist with popular proposals linked to the natural and festive cycles of the year.
CentroCentro is today the calling card of the city, an unparalleled observatory of its urban life and its cultural heartbeat.