Announcing – Artists for Riu d’Art 2017

We are very excited to announce the following international artists who have been selected for this year’s Riu d’art residency in Riba-roja d’Ebre. Jennifer Kilgour form Scotland, Anna Georghiou and Phil Bird from Devon, UK, Oliver Hall Southampton, UK and Sarah Misselbrook from Southampton, UK, will stay in the village of Riba-roja d’Ebre to create their works.

The artists will arrive in the village at the end of this month and you can see them producing their works from June 26th. They will stay in Riba-roja d’Ebre for one week, culminating in an opening ceremony and presentation with live music. Likewise, local artist Adrià Cid, students from the Riba-roja d’Ebre School of Art and Isabel Torres, the teacher, will also take part in this year’s edition. We will welcome the artists to Riba-roja d’Ebre very soon.


    juan manuel arbiol roca

    mol bona iniciativa.

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The best way to experience the Riu d’art Open Air Gallery is with a guided tour! The Riba Rocks association members offer guided tours in either English, Catalan or Spanish. A perfect activity for all the family. (Tours are free, although a donation to the association would be greatly appreciated.)

We offer guided tours throughout the summer months. The tour is completed in two parts, a morning stroll and an evening walk. With a long lunch and siesta break in between. If you would like to book a guided tour fill in the form below.

If you are visiting Riba-roja d’Ebre and would like to stay, we can recommended accommodation. Riba Rocks can arrange lunch for you at a local bar or restaurant as part of the day tour. The tour offers you an insight into the background of each artist and the concept behind their work in Riba-roja d’Ebre.

It is a great way of seeing the beautiful, village streets and other sites along the way. You will be given your own map which indicates where each artwork can be found. You can then revisit or recommend to a friend!

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