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Art gives voice to the voiceless and fame to the ignored. You can learn various forms of art from dancing to sketching in Santiago. There are designated classes, drama workshops, and art events in Santiago for the same. If you just want to be a mere spectator you can attend theatre events and art exhibitions in Santiago too.
Ever wanted to volunteer in those nukkad, nataks or street shows? Wish to learn the basics of painting? Well, just explore through the art & theatre events in Santiago.
|16 May 2021||2021 Lemebel de Joanna Reposi||Cine Arte Normandie, Santiago|
|28 Jun 2021||Historias de Concha y Toro||Espacio de Arte Barrio Concha & Toro, Santiago|
|11 May 2021||El fantastico seor zorro de Wes Anderson a 1.000||Cine Arte Normandie, Santiago|
|11 May 2021||El fantastico seor zorro de Wes Anderson a 1.000 2021||Cine Arte Normandie, Santiago|
|22 May 2021||Pendragon en Chile - 22 de Mayo 2021||Club Chocolate, Santiago|
|10 Jan 2022||Sons Of Apollo en Chile 2022||BLONDIE, Santiago|
|17 May 2021||Lemebel de Joanna Reposi a 2.500||Cine Arte Normandie, Santiago|
|25 Apr 2021||Katie Angel Tour Invencible - Santiago||Teatro Caupolicán, Santiago|
|01 May 2021||OPETH en Chile||Parada Teatro Caupolicán PA69, Santiago|
Santiago, the capital of Chile comes across as a thriving paradox when it comes to its eccentric art scene. The South American cosmopolitan city’s turbulent history entrenched the cultural and artistic surge and stunted the growth of contemporary artists. It is of late that finally, art in Santiago is burgeoning. Santiago may not boast of the best in the art business but is fast upping its global image to offer more to culture-seeking people. The many art museums and Galerias de Arte Santiago overflow with both contemporary and pre-Columbian art leaving one baffled with diversity and aesthetics. Street art was used both as a weapon against the dictatorship then and now as an art canvas. Apart from these, art in Santiago is celebrated through various events and fairs recognized internationally as a harbinger of cultural exchange and a shared platform to showcase artistic talent.
Santiago is dotted with spectacular galleries, museums, and vivid street art illustrations that offer a scintillating experience to the public and has garnered worldwide tourist attention as well. The Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes or the National Museum of Fine Arts is the centre of attraction for art lovers and tourists. Standing gorgeous since the 20th century, this Santiago art museum houses more than 3000 art pieces, including the largest display of sculpture in the city. Museo Chileno de Arte Precolombino or the Chilean Museum of Pre-Colombian Art located in the Palacio de la Real Aduana features an impressive array of artifacts from the pre-Columbian era. There is a number of picturesque art galleries or Galeria de Arte Santiago that are like a breath of fresh air breaking the monotony of everyday life. The Galeria Animal founded by a host of journalists and illustrators aims at familiarizing the locals with contemporary art in Santiago. Tucked in the artsy Barrio Lastarria area, Plop! Galeria is a delightfully quirky and colorful art gallery. The first of its kind, this gallery hosts a unique collection of comics, a local treasure, books, and other eclectic novelties, which are sure to keep you hooked all afternoon. Museums and galleries may be the obvious and most accepted abode of art in Santiago, but street art in Santiago breathes life and is the heart of artistic ventures in the city. Santiago’s Barrio Bellavista is awash with vibrant hues and endless murals painted by professionals and budding artists. The open-air gallery at Museo A Cielo Abierto, San Miguel has unabashedly large murals of San Miguel, which was initiated by the government.
Santiago hosts quite a few art events including fairs, exhibitions, and art shows, which are sure to leave the art-frantic in you intrigued and closer to the culture and art of this beautiful city. Santiago’s Museum of Contemporary Art hosts a collaboration of ten international artists, who showcase video and photographic works capturing the highs and lows of life in all their glory. A celebration of the people of Galicia, the Galician Art Exhibition showcases a collection of 19 paintings depicting the amazing landscape, simple lifestyle, and, agriculture of the Galician people. Every year, the Ch.ACO Fair is Chile’s International Art Fair witnesses thousands of people to bask in the plethora of artistic demonstrations by artists in and outside the country.
Looking for a place to exhibit your art or to attend art workshops in Santiago?
Here's a list of art studios in Santiago for art exhibitions and workshops: