This has been the main setting for Escenas do Cambio since its first edition. The beauty and flexibility of this building in the City of Culture of Galicia render it the perfect space to host large-scale exhibitions, cultural events and performing arts shows. In 2019, a total of four rooms will be used to stage events, in addition to the Sala Seminario which will host the lectures.
Floor -1: Sala 1 and 2.
Floor 0: Sala Seminario, Aula Didáctica, Cafeteria at Museum and Hall Tirantes.BIBLIOTECA E ARQUIVO DE GALICIA Cidade da Cultura de Galicia. Monte Gaiás s/n
Head of the Galician library system and of the documentary legacy of our community, the Library and Archive of Galicia collects, preserves and disseminates all the bibliographical and documentary legacy of Galicia and facilitates access to it, either directly or virtually. A key element for cultural activities related to books, reading and libraries, one of the main objectives of this institution is the dissemination of Galician culture. Its reading room will be the object of artistic occupation during this edition of Escenas do Cambio 2019.TEATRO PRINCIPAL Rúa Nova, 21
With seating capacity for 434 spectators, the Teatro Principal is also located in the historic centre of Santiago de Compostela. It offers a varied program managed directly by the City Council of Santiago, which owns it. This theatre was built in 1842, designed by the architect Manuel de Prado y Vallo. In 1988, it was thoroughly refurbished by the architects Rafael Baltar, José A. Bartolomé, Carlos Almuiña and Gerardo Salvador.MUSEO DO POBO GALEGO San Domingos de Bonaval
The Museum of the Galician People occupies the former convent of San Domingos de Bonaval, located just outside the walls of the old town of Santiago de Compostela, near the Porta do Camino, the gate through which the pilgrims of the Camino Frances entered the city of the Apostle. The Trustees Association of the Museum of Galician People was createdoin 31 july 1976 with the objectives of research and preservation, dissemination, defence and promotion of Galician culture in all areas, and, specifically, to create and develop a museum at the service of these goals.SALÓN TEATRO Rúa Nova, 34
Located in the historic centre of Santiago de Compostela, the Salón Teatro was re-inaugurated in 1999 after an architectural intervention that enabled to recover this building, dating from 1920, for the scene, after two decades without hosting any performances. Currently managed by the Galician Department of Culture, Education and University Management, through Agadic, the theatre is the venue in Compostela for all the shows produced by the Centro Dramático Galego - which has its headquarters here -, as well as a programme open to diverse scenic disciplines, music and film. Its seating capacity is of 272.