'Synchronies' are all the collaboration, meeting and listening activities of nunArt with other entities and projects, which take place both in nunArt and in other locations.

There are more punctual or sporadic synchronicities with entities such as civic centers, festivals or cultural associations, and synchronicities that take the form of regular projects over time, such as the collaboration with primary schools in the Guinardó neighbourhood.

The main purpose is always to generate meeting and exchange spaces, building community through the social, transforming, cohesive and creative role of dance.

The Schools Project aims to help develop artistic, cultural, social and civic skills in primary and secondary school students through a series of dance workshops and a workshop for teachers. The project is developed in collaboration with the schools and activities such as music, art or physical education are often involved as bridges to prepare the sessions together.

We work 3 sessions of 1 hour per group, in which creativity is explored through the body, and artistic creation is reflected on in a dance context, developing a choreography created in a group by the participants.

On the other hand, we offer a session for teaching staff that consists of a presentation/workshop on how to introduce creative dance in schools. This workshop is thought to be carried out previously in the sessions with the students, to give tools to the teachers in order to be able to incorporate dance in the classrooms.

Who is it for?

Teachers and students from 1st to 6th grade of primary school, and from 1st to 4th grade of ESO.


  • Bring dance to all audiences
  • Promote research and pedagogical innovation, generating spaces for questioning and transformation
  • Raise awareness about the benefit of dance, its practice, visibility and creation
  • Strengthen the network of local spaces and projects giving continuity to the projects
  • Include the perspective of gender, diversity and equity in our daily lives
  • Bring artistic creation and research closer to society (blurring groups, neighborhoods, disciplines, spaces...)
  • Exhibit work in progress and proposals of all levels and origins


2 teachers + 1 musician per session. Gisela Creus, Triny Reinoso, Berta Vilarassa, and Ona Mestre participate as teachers. And as a musician Pablo Arias.

To the moment it is being developed with the schools:

Special School Verge de Montserrat

Escola del Mar

Video recorded during the 21/22 year:

The Guinardó Civic Center and nunArt maintain an open collaboration and organize activities together throughout the year. For example, the International Dance Day, which this 2022 is celebrated on April 29 with these activities at CC Guinardó:

Dance workshop for all:

On the occasion of International Dance Day 2022, the Guinardó Civic Center and nunArt, also a neighborhood creation center, want everyone to dance!

We propose a dance workshop for anyone who wants to move, an invitation for the whole family to dance together.

They will be playful proposals of simple movements to discover or rediscover ways of bonding. We will be guided by rhythm, music, improvisation, contact and play. It will be a space in which we will take the opportunity to meet, putting the body in motion to express ourselves, explore, play and share.

Families, tribes, friends, SHALL WE DANCE together?

Will teach: Triny Reinoso.

Schedule: 5:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m.

Who is it for: all families, tribes, friends who want to dance.

Registration: here!

Residence and presentation:

nunArt offers a residence from April 25 to 29 for the preparation and rehearsals of the presentation that will take place at the Guinardó Civic Center at 7:00 p.m. David Nóvoa participates with 'Formas de desaparecer', Celia Espadas and Mireia Torres with 'Lo ajeno', and Katia Coser with 'Cúrvame'.

The IF Barcelona Festival is a platform that aims to promote and publicize the world of puppet, visual and object theater in all its aspects. It is not a program of shows that is concentrated once a year in a specific space, but a set of activities that are related to each other and feed each other, aimed at promoting research, creation and dissemination of related shows, installations and events. with the conjunction of performing arts, plastic arts and anthropology that is the puppet and the theater of objects.

During the 2021 edition, nunArt supported it by offering the residence of Diverse Childhood, a creative project by Montse Fabré in collaboration with Moreno Bernardi, Laia Casals and Joan Llobera, during the weeks of October 4-8 and October 11-15. 

The Melmac space, located in the Guinardó neighbourhood, is the headquarters of Cía Mar Gómez. The 18-19 season decided to expand the line of activities, turning it into a space for the creation and expansion of performing arts, also open to other companies in the city of Barcelona.

The nunArt∞Melmac relationship has two synchronous lines:


The residents of nunArt Triny Reinoso, Berta Vilarrasa and Tania and Albert, winners of the Sabadell choreographic contest award, filled the program of the Melmac room on October 1.

Shared residences

Residence designed to share and promote projects taking advantage of and giving value to the strengths of each of the spaces.