“Weaving Culture” aims to express the cultural wealth of the Parish of Sant Julià de Lòria, while underscoring the importance of the Lauredià Cultural and Convention Centre. Growing out of the hands of Àngel Calvente’s La Marratxa are all the colours of the spectrum, woven together, like the connections between past and present, diversified and interwoven at the same time, in much the same way as the threads of a fabric.
The square Plaça de la Germandat, in the city centre of the Parish of Sant Julià de Lòria, specifically on the main façade of the Lauredià Cultural and Convention Centre.
Anna Mangot Schiefenbusch graduated with a Degree in Textile Design from the Superior School of Design of Ramon Llull University in Barcelona. Once she finished her degree, she would combine her work in the textile sector with her true passion: silk painting. All of her work is always tied to art, culture and history.
Beneath her work hides an elaborate process of creation and analysis. Her silk productions are one-of-a kind pieces, made with utmost care from the first brush stroke to the final finish. What sets her products aside from the rest is the richness and variety of the fabrics, the warmth of her colours and the carefully designed presentation and sensitivity that she instils in her creations.