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Actions in the public space COLOR proposes a series of artistic interventions in the town’s public spaces to maximise creativity and give citizens lively colors to attract their attention. https://www.rubi.cat/en/color/actions-in-the-public-space/actions-in-the-public-space/@@images/image/preview

Actions in the public space

COLOR proposes a series of artistic interventions in the town’s public spaces to maximise creativity and give citizens lively colors to attract their attention.

The actions already executed include the spectacular mural by Urih from the Petados Crew on one of the façades of Plaça Constitució, the carpet of colours painted by edRa in Plaça Pere Esmendia and in the expanded pedestrian areas, the surprise intervention of the Umbrella Sky Project on Passeig Francesc Macià and the Full Colors Festival.

Project plans for the medium-term include the installation of a monument that pays homage to all the lands that enrich Rubí, the revival of the Mixing Colors event and a competition on unused dividing walls.

    

Mural on Plaça Constitució

The very first action to kick off the COLOR initiative was a large mural painted by local artist Urih, from Rubí’s own association Petados Crew, on one of the façades of Plaça Constitució.

Benches in Plaça Nova Estació

Coinciding with the commemoration of LGTBI Pride Day 2020, the Town Council painted the benches in Plaça Nova Estació the colors of the rainbow.

Plaça Pere Esmendia

The edRa Art & Design School crafted its graphic proposal for the COLOR initiative on the ground of Plaça Pere Esmendia.

Umbrella Sky Project

Hundreds of umbrellas shaped a huge ceiling of colors on Passeig Francesc Macià, between Carrer Sant Cugat and Plaça Catalunya.

Carrer de Cervantes

The iconic image of COLOR washes over the pavement on Carrer de Cervantes between Cal Príncep and Avinguda Barcelona.

Street Art

Over the course of the years, a wide range of local artists have imbued façades and walls with colour, shaping a diverse urban art walk replete with meaning.