Aug
26
Mon
2019
HIPPY NIGHT MARKET or Mercadillo Nocturno @ LAS DALIAS IBIZA
Aug 26 @ 7:00 pm

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Las Dalias Night MarketHIPPY NIGHT MARKET @ LAS DALIAS IBIZA

Open from 19.00 – 01.00 hrs

Discover our renovated gastronomic areas and of course feel the coolness of a Night Market experience.

Initiated in 2005 the LAS DALIAS NIGHT MARKET or Mercadillo Nocturno is a more relaxed version of the classic hippy market, with over hundred posts, many of them exclusive for these market nights, where the selection is carried out with strict criteria of quality and originality. It has the “Art Corner” and a kids area with puppet theater, juggling, games and balloon twisting
Besides shopping, there is room for recreation in the tent, juice stands or in the restaurant, under the vineyard garden serving al fresco dinners.
Enjoy live music, usually acoustic and with frequent surprise concerts by musicians of national and international stature.

The Las Dalias Night Market is held on Mondays and Tuesdays from June to September
* In August the Night Markets with Food Truck Festival are also held on Sundays from 19 to 01 hrs.

read more: HIPPY MARKET LAS DALIAS

LIBERARTE @ Las Dalias
Aug 26 @ 7:00 pm

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LAS DALIAS IBIZALIBERARTE @ LAS DALIAS IBIZA

from 19.00 – 01.00 hrs

LIBERARTE, a tribute to Art in which Las Dalias is once again host of exhibition spaces. With several guest artists, it will be held every fourth Monday of the Night Market from the months of June to September, and will be accompanied by performances, music, and a creative parade in which the sellers of Las Dalias will participate.
If you want to participate, get in touch with us.

RISE UP & MEDITATE 1min IBIZA EXPERIENCE for PEACE @ Ibiza
Aug 26 @ 7:19 pm

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RISE UP & MEDITATE: 1 min IBIZA EXPERIENCE for PEACE @ IBIZA

Every day at 19.19 hrs

1 Minute of meditation, Connecting with your Heart beat and all Humanity Together in silence & positivity.

Let’s bring a positive impact into the world together and SERVE PEACE, CONNECT HUMANITY and AWAKEN CONSCIOUSNESS. Let’s invite consciousness in our heart and let’s radiate love in all directions. All together at the same time. 
Rise Up Ibiza Invites the world to UNITE, CONNECT, and AWAKEN to LOVE, for Peace, Truth… and to write a new Human Story. One Love One Heart.

Aug
27
Tue
2019
HIPPY NIGHT MARKET or Mercadillo Nocturno @ LAS DALIAS IBIZA
Aug 27 @ 7:00 pm

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Las Dalias Night MarketHIPPY NIGHT MARKET @ LAS DALIAS IBIZA

Open from 19.00 – 01.00 hrs

Discover our renovated gastronomic areas and of course feel the coolness of a Night Market experience.

Initiated in 2005 the LAS DALIAS NIGHT MARKET or Mercadillo Nocturno is a more relaxed version of the classic hippy market, with over hundred posts, many of them exclusive for these market nights, where the selection is carried out with strict criteria of quality and originality. It has the “Art Corner” and a kids area with puppet theater, juggling, games and balloon twisting
Besides shopping, there is room for recreation in the tent, juice stands or in the restaurant, under the vineyard garden serving al fresco dinners.
Enjoy live music, usually acoustic and with frequent surprise concerts by musicians of national and international stature.

The Las Dalias Night Market is held on Mondays and Tuesdays from June to September
* In August the Night Markets with Food Truck Festival are also held on Sundays from 19 to 01 hrs.

read more: HIPPY MARKET LAS DALIAS

RISE UP & MEDITATE 1min IBIZA EXPERIENCE for PEACE @ Ibiza
Aug 27 @ 7:19 pm

riseup-theibizaexperience
RISE UP & MEDITATE: 1 min IBIZA EXPERIENCE for PEACE @ IBIZA

Every day at 19.19 hrs

1 Minute of meditation, Connecting with your Heart beat and all Humanity Together in silence & positivity.

Let’s bring a positive impact into the world together and SERVE PEACE, CONNECT HUMANITY and AWAKEN CONSCIOUSNESS. Let’s invite consciousness in our heart and let’s radiate love in all directions. All together at the same time. 
Rise Up Ibiza Invites the world to UNITE, CONNECT, and AWAKEN to LOVE, for Peace, Truth… and to write a new Human Story. One Love One Heart.

HEART FACTORY > THE RITUAL @ HEART IBIZA Club Restaurant
Aug 27 @ 11:30 pm

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HEART FACTORY > THE RITUAL @ HEART IBIZA Club Restaurant 

from 23.30 – 06.30 hrs

lineup: Anané & Louie Vega

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The Ritual with Anané & Louie Vega is back at Heart Factory

A night that transcends through genres and eras of music while mixing art & technology, spearheaded by Anané & Louie Vega who bring there family and friends together at the ultra modern Heart Factory like a wonderful reunion. 

As a couple and business partners who will also DJ B2B, their approach is one that creates an exciting atmosphere of good times with close friends as guests who are the creme de la creme in today’s music scene. 

New York City, known as the mega melting pot of cultures is where Anané & Louie call home giving them their inspiration and influence to play and make music (Grammy Award, EOL Live, 3 labels). NYC as a backdrop for their club night means, quality & knowledge of music that will take you on a journey of musical bliss, all of which derives from their vast history in the city that never sleeps. Art is an important factor to the Vegas’ and with the technology at its highest, Heart Factory provides a unique playground for some amazing experiments visually while combined with music the Vegas’ provide. Experience ALL that is music & magic at The Ritual With Anané & Louie Vega.

Heart Factory, the emblematic brand of HEART Ibiza, will offer during 2019 season a wide range of immersive experiences based on two ingredients: Art & Sound, where artists like Dj Koze, Anané y Louie Vega, Moodyman, Henrik Schwarz, Joseph Capriati, The Martinez Brothers, Pete tong, Nicole Moudaber, Cassy, David Morales, Masters at Work, Bond:ish, Themba, Satori and Black Motion among others have already participated.

The diversity of their sessions will be combined, creating a unique atmosphere, specific for Heart Factory, the musical laboratory that will immerse you in an incredible and unique experience in the island.
This way, HEART, as a creative center club, will offer a world of sensations with a future vision where each session will be unique creating an intimate ambiance specially designed to fully enjoy the experience.

Come and live the true today’s musical experience, different and inimitable by HEART FACTORY, where every session will be a different and unrepeatable episode.

all about: HEART FACTORY
all about: HEART IBIZA

Aug
28
Wed
2019
HIPPY MARKET PUNTA ARABI @ ES CANAR
Aug 28 @ 10:00 am

HIPPY MARKET PUNTA ARABI 2019
HIPPY MARKET PUNTA ARABIHIPPY MARKET PUNTA ARABI @ ES CANAR, IBIZA

from 10.00 – 18.00 hrs

14.00 – 16.00 hrs Live Music at La Carp: TBA
13.30 – 15.30 hrs Paella on the terrace of the Grill restaurant

The most hippie essence of the island is found every Wednesday at the Hippy Market Punta Arabí Ibiza 2019!
Explore more than 500 craft stalls offering their most exclusive creations of crafts, fashion, jewelry, handkerchiefs, natural cosmetics, antiques, musical instruments, and articles brought from different parts of the world.
Savor our delicious traditional paella, discover our own craft beer and try our healthy smoothies. 
Be yourself, dance nonstop and feel the live music!
Authentic hippies of the early years and the new generation of young craftsmen come together every Wednesday, in this magical event.

Every corner of Hippy Market Punta Arabí IBIZA is magical. Join us for this special event, Wednesday, April 3rd!

46 years of authentic hippie essence in Ibiza!

– read more: HIPPY MARKET PUNTA ARABI

NAMASTE @ Las Dalias
Aug 28 @ 7:00 pm

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LAS DALIAS IBIZANAMASTE @ LAS DALIAS

from 19.00 – 03.00 hrs

lineup: TBA
disco: TBA
VISUALES BY HYPNÓTICA

* “Namaste Experience” has grown into one of the most popular and internationally renowned parties on Ibiza.
Born 20 years ago, the “NAMASTE Experience” takes place every Wednesday @ Las Dalias in San Carlos, in the north of the magical island of Ibiza. International artists, dancers from India, the Orient, South America and musicians from every continent perform under starlit skies.
An international team of creative artists, musicians, painters, photographers and djs, long time Ibiza’s residents, have come together and brought into being a new spirit of celebration – Namaste!
The “Namaste” gesture is a sign of greeting expressing respect towards others. As a usual gesture, the inside of the palms are joined together and placed on the chest, in proximity of the heart, with the head slightly bowed.
The significance of this gesture is: “I honor the divine spirit in you, which I also honor within me, thus knowing that we are one.”
This is the philosophy behind the Namaste parties

Ibiza’s one and only true Hippy Party & Dance since 22 years, with RESTAURANT A LA CARTE, LIVE SHOWS & CONCERTS, DANCE TEMPLE, CHILL OUT GARDEN, PACHAMAMA SACRED AREA, STREET FOOD AREA, SALON BAZART

  • FREE ENTRY from 7 – 9 pm

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RISE UP & MEDITATE 1min IBIZA EXPERIENCE for PEACE @ Ibiza
Aug 28 @ 7:19 pm

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RISE UP & MEDITATE: 1 min IBIZA EXPERIENCE for PEACE @ IBIZA

Every day at 19.19 hrs

1 Minute of meditation, Connecting with your Heart beat and all Humanity Together in silence & positivity.

Let’s bring a positive impact into the world together and SERVE PEACE, CONNECT HUMANITY and AWAKEN CONSCIOUSNESS. Let’s invite consciousness in our heart and let’s radiate love in all directions. All together at the same time. 
Rise Up Ibiza Invites the world to UNITE, CONNECT, and AWAKEN to LOVE, for Peace, Truth… and to write a new Human Story. One Love One Heart.

Aug
29
Thu
2019
ARTISAN MARKET | CRAFT MARKET @ Village square Sant Miguel
Aug 29 @ 6:00 pm


ARTISAN MARKET | CRAFT MARKET | MERCAT d’ARTESANIA @ Sant Miguel de Balansat

from 18.00 – 22.00 hrs

19.15 hrs Ball pages at the church square

Local market with traditional artisan products, ceramics and agroculture

all about Artisan Market Sant Miguel

MOSTRA ARTESANAL @ Sant Rafel
Aug 29 @ 7:00 pm


Sant Antoni de PortmanyMOSTRA ARTESANAL @ Sant Rafel de Forca (main street)

from 19.00 – 23.30 hrs

with Live Performances & Free Tourist Train Trip

La Muestra Artesanal ‘Sant Rafel de Forca’ is the local weekly market in San Rafel with traditional artisan products, ceramics and agriculture

schedule artisan markets Ibiza

RISE UP & MEDITATE 1min IBIZA EXPERIENCE for PEACE @ Ibiza
Aug 29 @ 7:19 pm

riseup-theibizaexperience
RISE UP & MEDITATE: 1 min IBIZA EXPERIENCE for PEACE @ IBIZA

Every day at 19.19 hrs

1 Minute of meditation, Connecting with your Heart beat and all Humanity Together in silence & positivity.

Let’s bring a positive impact into the world together and SERVE PEACE, CONNECT HUMANITY and AWAKEN CONSCIOUSNESS. Let’s invite consciousness in our heart and let’s radiate love in all directions. All together at the same time. 
Rise Up Ibiza Invites the world to UNITE, CONNECT, and AWAKEN to LOVE, for Peace, Truth… and to write a new Human Story. One Love One Heart.

Aug
30
Fri
2019
Tipple with Tanit Gala @ ROOFTOP Café Montesol Ibiza
Aug 30 @ 5:30 pm

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Tipple with Tanit Gala @ ROOFTOP Café MONTESOL Ibiza

from 17.30 – 20.00 hrs


Ibiza Quills
has the pleasure of inviting you to the iconic Rooftop of the Montesol Hotel to hear some of Ibiza’s most well-known and loved Ibizologists as they discuss myth and modern days on the White Isle!

A panel discussion featuring:
Ben Dunwell (Chair) – playwright and writer
Martin Davies – writer, editor, translator & founder of Barbary Press
Emily Kaufman – writer and historian, author of ‘The History Buff’s Guide to Ibiza’
Sophia Brucklacher – author of ‘Tanit on Ibiza: Between Reality and Fiction’ (published in German)
Joanna Hruby – artist, host of The Wells of Tanit podcast and founder of Theatre of the Ancients – Ibiza.

Free entry, donations welcome.

Gastronomy of quality, words, arts, good atmosphere and the coolest people of Ibiza.

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MERCADILLO DE SANT ANTONI | EL MERCAT DE TOTS – MERCADILLO ARTESANAL Y AGROECOLOGICO @ Art & Mercat Sant Antoni
Aug 30 @ 6:00 pm

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MERCADILLO DE SANT ANTONI @ BEHIND the CHURCH of SAN ANTONIO

Fridays from 18.00 – 24.00 hrs

 EL MERCAT DE TOTS – MERCADILLO ARTESANAL y AGROECOLOGICO or
 THE MARKET FOR ALL – ARTISAN & AGROECOLOGICAL MARKET organised by Art & Mercat with kids activities, from 2pm Paella is served while you can shop for art and artisan products accompanied by live music.

RISE UP & MEDITATE 1min IBIZA EXPERIENCE for PEACE @ Ibiza
Aug 30 @ 7:19 pm

riseup-theibizaexperience
RISE UP & MEDITATE: 1 min IBIZA EXPERIENCE for PEACE @ IBIZA

Every day at 19.19 hrs

1 Minute of meditation, Connecting with your Heart beat and all Humanity Together in silence & positivity.

Let’s bring a positive impact into the world together and SERVE PEACE, CONNECT HUMANITY and AWAKEN CONSCIOUSNESS. Let’s invite consciousness in our heart and let’s radiate love in all directions. All together at the same time. 
Rise Up Ibiza Invites the world to UNITE, CONNECT, and AWAKEN to LOVE, for Peace, Truth… and to write a new Human Story. One Love One Heart.

Aug
31
Sat
2019
FAMILY VISITS @ Museum of Contemporary Art Museum of Ibiza and Puget
Aug 31 @ 10:00 am


Ajuntament D'EivissaFAMILY VISITS @ Museum of Contemporary Art Museum of Ibiza and Puget Museum

from 10.30 – 13.00 hrs

Guided museum visits for families with children aged between 3 and 12 years as we want to familiarize children with contemporary art in a playful context which also involved the parents, the biggest ….
The activity consists of a visit to the museum in general (permanent collection) or a specific approach (temporary exhibition)

– Free admission but Limited
– It is essential to register and book: MACE 2723 97 130, Museum and Puget 971 392 147  or e-mail: mac@eivissa.es

HIPPY MARKET @ LAS DALIAS IBIZA
Aug 31 @ 10:00 am


LAS DALIAS IBIZAHIPPY MARKET @ LAS DALIAS IBIZA

Open from 10.00 – 20.00 hrs

Ibiza’s Original Hippy Market and fascinating oasis of color, peace, music, dreams …

In Sant Carles, in the north of Ibiza, the Las Dalias Hippy Market is celebrating every Saturday with a strong commitment to handmade, exclusive and accessible clothing.
Walking through the garden you can immerse yourself in a fascinating network of fabrics, beads, unique objects and stalls where the talent of the most avant-garde artisans fuses with an atmosphere of harmony and that legacy of hippies of Ibiza

read more: HIPPY MARKET LAS DALIAS


RISE UP & MEDITATE 1min IBIZA EXPERIENCE for PEACE @ Ibiza
Aug 31 @ 7:19 pm

riseup-theibizaexperience
RISE UP & MEDITATE: 1 min IBIZA EXPERIENCE for PEACE @ IBIZA

Every day at 19.19 hrs

1 Minute of meditation, Connecting with your Heart beat and all Humanity Together in silence & positivity.

Let’s bring a positive impact into the world together and SERVE PEACE, CONNECT HUMANITY and AWAKEN CONSCIOUSNESS. Let’s invite consciousness in our heart and let’s radiate love in all directions. All together at the same time. 
Rise Up Ibiza Invites the world to UNITE, CONNECT, and AWAKEN to LOVE, for Peace, Truth… and to write a new Human Story. One Love One Heart.

Sep
1
Sun
2019
FAMILY VISITS @ Museum of Contemporary Art Museum of Ibiza and Puget
Sep 1 @ 10:00 am


Ajuntament D'EivissaFAMILY VISITS @ Museum of Contemporary Art Museum of Ibiza and Puget Museum

from 10.30 – 13.00 hrs

Guided museum visits for families with children aged between 3 and 12 years as we want to familiarize children with contemporary art in a playful context which also involved the parents, the biggest ….
The activity consists of a visit to the museum in general (permanent collection) or a specific approach (temporary exhibition)

– Free admission but Limited
– It is essential to register and book: MACE 2723 97 130, Museum and Puget 971 392 147  or e-mail: mac@eivissa.es

SUNDAY MARKET SAN JUAN – Mercadillo Artesanal Dominical Sant Joan de Labritja @ Sant Joan de Labritja
Sep 1 @ 10:00 am – 3:00 pm

SUNDAY MARKET SAN JUAN - Mercadillo Artesanal Dominical Sant Joan de Labritja
Mercadillo Artesanal Dominical Sant Joan de Labritja SUNDAY MARKET SAN JUAN – Mercadillo Artesanal Dominical Sant Joan de Labritja

Open from 10:00 – 15:00 hrs

Live music: TBA

Leave your cell phone at home and come celebrate this Sunday with lots of surprises and ecological agriculture products, crafts, curiosities and art

read more: SUNDAY MARKET SAN JUAN

ART EXHIBITION OPENING: TALKING TREES by Mary-Lynne Stadler @ AUBERGINE IBIZA Restaurant
Sep 1 @ 7:00 pm

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AUBERGINE IBIZA RestaurantART EXHIBITION OPENING: TALKING TREES by Mary-Lynne Stadler @ AUBERGINE IBIZA Restaurant

from  19.00 – 22.00 hrs 

An exhibition of paintings, drawings and mixed media works by Mary-Lynne Stadler, with contributions from people from all around the world.

It all began when she met a tree, a very ancient olive tree, on the terraces in the campo behind San Carlos.

The first thing that immediately struck her that day of the first meeting was that she had a heart – a heart that was clearly defined and embraced by her old bent and broken branches.

She has lived through hundreds of years of winds and floods and droughts. She has weathered storms and diseases, as well as interventions by insects, and humans and animals. Every one of those experiences has been scored, more or less deeply, in every fibre, every creeping root and every one of her broken branches, and each one has left its individual mark. And yet, despite the ravages of centuries that have scarred her, she still has a warm and embracing heart that continues to beat with life, and sends fresh new growth to reach the sky.

Mary knew she had to make work about her, and started sketching, there in front of her, in the biting winter wind. There are so many facets to this tree, so much history locked in her, that no single image will tell her story well enough. She has drawn her in pencil and charcoal, ink and gouache and more. At times I have sketched her quickly and roughly, other times the work has been done more painstakingly and in more detail.

In the end, though, she hoped that the range of work mirrors something of the complex nature of the way a single, ancient tree grows, survives and flourishes through the centuries.

Once she started working she began to think more about trees that have featured in her life, and when she started talking to people she realised that they, too, could pick out certain trees from their histories. Then she heard a talk by Canadian forester, Susanne Simard, who has shown that trees have a vast communication network through their roots that covers distances that stretch for many kilometres.

So it occurred to her that it would be interesting to mirror the trees’ communications and start people talking to one another about their trees stories, and sharing their creative interpretations of trees. So that we could generate greater respect for these magnificent plants through making people more aware of their own personal connections to trees.

The contributions quickly started to pour in. And the more interesting, touching or creative ones will become part of the exhibition, as will work by Mary-Lynne’s students and local children.

In the meantime, when all the talk has been about climate change, we need more trees. The scientists are telling us that planting enough more trees could absorb enough CO2 from the atmosphere to give us another decade of breathing space.

So this exhibition is more than just an exhibition. It is a message from the old olive tree to each and every one of us to stop cutting down the trees, and to start planting more trees.

About the Artist

Mary-Lynne Stadler is a fine art painter and printmaker living on the island, and working from her studio at Elysian, in Es Canar.

She fulfilled a life-long ambition to study art as a mature student, when she took an Honours degree in Art and Creative Writing at Bath Spa University College, Bath, England in 2001. She was subsequently awarded a Fellowship in Stone Lithography at the same establishment, and, two years later, joined the Cyprus College of Art on a year-long Postgraduate Diploma in Art.

Cyprus has a way of working its seductive magic on a person, and for the next decade she found herself still living and working there. During that time she was an active member of the art community on the island, participating in many exhibitions and events, including the first Open Studios event there in 2006, and running art workshops for both adults and children at her studio. For a time, she also taught both printmaking and History of Art to the students at the Cyprus College of Art.

She has exhibited widely in the UK and in Cyprus, as well as here on Ibiza, and her work can be found in collections all over the world, from Hawaii to Hong Kong.

RISE UP & MEDITATE 1min IBIZA EXPERIENCE for PEACE @ Ibiza
Sep 1 @ 7:19 pm

riseup-theibizaexperience
RISE UP & MEDITATE: 1 min IBIZA EXPERIENCE for PEACE @ IBIZA

Every day at 19.19 hrs

1 Minute of meditation, Connecting with your Heart beat and all Humanity Together in silence & positivity.

Let’s bring a positive impact into the world together and SERVE PEACE, CONNECT HUMANITY and AWAKEN CONSCIOUSNESS. Let’s invite consciousness in our heart and let’s radiate love in all directions. All together at the same time. 
Rise Up Ibiza Invites the world to UNITE, CONNECT, and AWAKEN to LOVE, for Peace, Truth… and to write a new Human Story. One Love One Heart.

NITS DE TANIT – Cultural Festival Ibiza 2019 – CONCERT DELGRES @ Seu d'Eivissa
Sep 1 @ 10:00 pm

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NITS DE TANIT – Cultural Festival Ibiza 2019 – CONCERT DELGRES @ Seu d’Eivissa

from 22.00 – 24.00 hrs

Slavery lost between Guadeloupe and Louisiana.
Only how much Delgres appeared recently in one of the latest editions of Womex, the world of popular music was aware of the interest that music plays in this training that plays the blues of Las Antillas. Pascal Danae, to his creator, baptized him with this name from that of Louis Delgrès, an officer of African descent who gave his life to Guadeloupe, fought against the order of restitution of slavery signed by Napoleon in 1802.

Sep
2
Mon
2019
ART EXHIBITION: TALKING TREES by Mary-Lynne Stadler @ AUBERGINE IBIZA Restaurant
Sep 2 @ 12:00 pm

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AUBERGINE IBIZA RestaurantART EXHIBITION: TALKING TREES by Mary-Lynne Stadler @ AUBERGINE IBIZA Restaurant

from  12.00 – 24.00 hrs 

An exhibition of paintings, drawings and mixed media works by Mary-Lynne Stadler, with contributions from people from all around the world.

It all began when she met a tree, a very ancient olive tree, on the terraces in the campo behind San Carlos.

The first thing that immediately struck her that day of the first meeting was that she had a heart – a heart that was clearly defined and embraced by her old bent and broken branches.

She has lived through hundreds of years of winds and floods and droughts. She has weathered storms and diseases, as well as interventions by insects, and humans and animals. Every one of those experiences has been scored, more or less deeply, in every fibre, every creeping root and every one of her broken branches, and each one has left its individual mark. And yet, despite the ravages of centuries that have scarred her, she still has a warm and embracing heart that continues to beat with life, and sends fresh new growth to reach the sky.

Mary knew she had to make work about her, and started sketching, there in front of her, in the biting winter wind. There are so many facets to this tree, so much history locked in her, that no single image will tell her story well enough. She has drawn her in pencil and charcoal, ink and gouache and more. At times I have sketched her quickly and roughly, other times the work has been done more painstakingly and in more detail.

In the end, though, she hoped that the range of work mirrors something of the complex nature of the way a single, ancient tree grows, survives and flourishes through the centuries.

Once she started working she began to think more about trees that have featured in her life, and when she started talking to people she realised that they, too, could pick out certain trees from their histories. Then she heard a talk by Canadian forester, Susanne Simard, who has shown that trees have a vast communication network through their roots that covers distances that stretch for many kilometres.

So it occurred to her that it would be interesting to mirror the trees’ communications and start people talking to one another about their trees stories, and sharing their creative interpretations of trees. So that we could generate greater respect for these magnificent plants through making people more aware of their own personal connections to trees.

The contributions quickly started to pour in. And the more interesting, touching or creative ones will become part of the exhibition, as will work by Mary-Lynne’s students and local children.

In the meantime, when all the talk has been about climate change, we need more trees. The scientists are telling us that planting enough more trees could absorb enough CO2 from the atmosphere to give us another decade of breathing space.

So this exhibition is more than just an exhibition. It is a message from the old olive tree to each and every one of us to stop cutting down the trees, and to start planting more trees.

About the Artist

Mary-Lynne Stadler is a fine art painter and printmaker living on the island, and working from her studio at Elysian, in Es Canar.

She fulfilled a life-long ambition to study art as a mature student, when she took an Honours degree in Art and Creative Writing at Bath Spa University College, Bath, England in 2001. She was subsequently awarded a Fellowship in Stone Lithography at the same establishment, and, two years later, joined the Cyprus College of Art on a year-long Postgraduate Diploma in Art.

Cyprus has a way of working its seductive magic on a person, and for the next decade she found herself still living and working there. During that time she was an active member of the art community on the island, participating in many exhibitions and events, including the first Open Studios event there in 2006, and running art workshops for both adults and children at her studio. For a time, she also taught both printmaking and History of Art to the students at the Cyprus College of Art.

She has exhibited widely in the UK and in Cyprus, as well as here on Ibiza, and her work can be found in collections all over the world, from Hawaii to Hong Kong.

HIPPY NIGHT MARKET or Mercadillo Nocturno @ LAS DALIAS IBIZA
Sep 2 @ 7:00 pm

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Las Dalias Night MarketHIPPY NIGHT MARKET @ LAS DALIAS IBIZA

Open from 19.00 – 01.00 hrs

Discover our renovated gastronomic areas and of course feel the coolness of a Night Market experience.

Initiated in 2005 the LAS DALIAS NIGHT MARKET or Mercadillo Nocturno is a more relaxed version of the classic hippy market, with over hundred posts, many of them exclusive for these market nights, where the selection is carried out with strict criteria of quality and originality. It has the “Art Corner” and a kids area with puppet theater, juggling, games and balloon twisting
Besides shopping, there is room for recreation in the tent, juice stands or in the restaurant, under the vineyard garden serving al fresco dinners.
Enjoy live music, usually acoustic and with frequent surprise concerts by musicians of national and international stature.

The Las Dalias Night Market is held on Mondays and Tuesdays from June to September
* In August the Night Markets with Food Truck Festival are also held on Sundays from 19 to 01 hrs.

read more: HIPPY MARKET LAS DALIAS

RISE UP & MEDITATE 1min IBIZA EXPERIENCE for PEACE @ Ibiza
Sep 2 @ 7:19 pm

riseup-theibizaexperience
RISE UP & MEDITATE: 1 min IBIZA EXPERIENCE for PEACE @ IBIZA

Every day at 19.19 hrs

1 Minute of meditation, Connecting with your Heart beat and all Humanity Together in silence & positivity.

Let’s bring a positive impact into the world together and SERVE PEACE, CONNECT HUMANITY and AWAKEN CONSCIOUSNESS. Let’s invite consciousness in our heart and let’s radiate love in all directions. All together at the same time. 
Rise Up Ibiza Invites the world to UNITE, CONNECT, and AWAKEN to LOVE, for Peace, Truth… and to write a new Human Story. One Love One Heart.

Sep
3
Tue
2019
ART EXHIBITION: TALKING TREES by Mary-Lynne Stadler @ AUBERGINE IBIZA Restaurant
Sep 3 @ 12:00 pm

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AUBERGINE IBIZA RestaurantART EXHIBITION: TALKING TREES by Mary-Lynne Stadler @ AUBERGINE IBIZA Restaurant

from  12.00 – 24.00 hrs 

An exhibition of paintings, drawings and mixed media works by Mary-Lynne Stadler, with contributions from people from all around the world.

It all began when she met a tree, a very ancient olive tree, on the terraces in the campo behind San Carlos.

The first thing that immediately struck her that day of the first meeting was that she had a heart – a heart that was clearly defined and embraced by her old bent and broken branches.

She has lived through hundreds of years of winds and floods and droughts. She has weathered storms and diseases, as well as interventions by insects, and humans and animals. Every one of those experiences has been scored, more or less deeply, in every fibre, every creeping root and every one of her broken branches, and each one has left its individual mark. And yet, despite the ravages of centuries that have scarred her, she still has a warm and embracing heart that continues to beat with life, and sends fresh new growth to reach the sky.

Mary knew she had to make work about her, and started sketching, there in front of her, in the biting winter wind. There are so many facets to this tree, so much history locked in her, that no single image will tell her story well enough. She has drawn her in pencil and charcoal, ink and gouache and more. At times I have sketched her quickly and roughly, other times the work has been done more painstakingly and in more detail.

In the end, though, she hoped that the range of work mirrors something of the complex nature of the way a single, ancient tree grows, survives and flourishes through the centuries.

Once she started working she began to think more about trees that have featured in her life, and when she started talking to people she realised that they, too, could pick out certain trees from their histories. Then she heard a talk by Canadian forester, Susanne Simard, who has shown that trees have a vast communication network through their roots that covers distances that stretch for many kilometres.

So it occurred to her that it would be interesting to mirror the trees’ communications and start people talking to one another about their trees stories, and sharing their creative interpretations of trees. So that we could generate greater respect for these magnificent plants through making people more aware of their own personal connections to trees.

The contributions quickly started to pour in. And the more interesting, touching or creative ones will become part of the exhibition, as will work by Mary-Lynne’s students and local children.

In the meantime, when all the talk has been about climate change, we need more trees. The scientists are telling us that planting enough more trees could absorb enough CO2 from the atmosphere to give us another decade of breathing space.

So this exhibition is more than just an exhibition. It is a message from the old olive tree to each and every one of us to stop cutting down the trees, and to start planting more trees.

About the Artist

Mary-Lynne Stadler is a fine art painter and printmaker living on the island, and working from her studio at Elysian, in Es Canar.

She fulfilled a life-long ambition to study art as a mature student, when she took an Honours degree in Art and Creative Writing at Bath Spa University College, Bath, England in 2001. She was subsequently awarded a Fellowship in Stone Lithography at the same establishment, and, two years later, joined the Cyprus College of Art on a year-long Postgraduate Diploma in Art.

Cyprus has a way of working its seductive magic on a person, and for the next decade she found herself still living and working there. During that time she was an active member of the art community on the island, participating in many exhibitions and events, including the first Open Studios event there in 2006, and running art workshops for both adults and children at her studio. For a time, she also taught both printmaking and History of Art to the students at the Cyprus College of Art.

She has exhibited widely in the UK and in Cyprus, as well as here on Ibiza, and her work can be found in collections all over the world, from Hawaii to Hong Kong.

HIPPY NIGHT MARKET or Mercadillo Nocturno @ LAS DALIAS IBIZA
Sep 3 @ 7:00 pm

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Las Dalias Night MarketHIPPY NIGHT MARKET @ LAS DALIAS IBIZA

Open from 19.00 – 01.00 hrs

Discover our renovated gastronomic areas and of course feel the coolness of a Night Market experience.

Initiated in 2005 the LAS DALIAS NIGHT MARKET or Mercadillo Nocturno is a more relaxed version of the classic hippy market, with over hundred posts, many of them exclusive for these market nights, where the selection is carried out with strict criteria of quality and originality. It has the “Art Corner” and a kids area with puppet theater, juggling, games and balloon twisting
Besides shopping, there is room for recreation in the tent, juice stands or in the restaurant, under the vineyard garden serving al fresco dinners.
Enjoy live music, usually acoustic and with frequent surprise concerts by musicians of national and international stature.

The Las Dalias Night Market is held on Mondays and Tuesdays from June to September
* In August the Night Markets with Food Truck Festival are also held on Sundays from 19 to 01 hrs.

read more: HIPPY MARKET LAS DALIAS

RISE UP & MEDITATE 1min IBIZA EXPERIENCE for PEACE @ Ibiza
Sep 3 @ 7:19 pm

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RISE UP & MEDITATE: 1 min IBIZA EXPERIENCE for PEACE @ IBIZA

Every day at 19.19 hrs

1 Minute of meditation, Connecting with your Heart beat and all Humanity Together in silence & positivity.

Let’s bring a positive impact into the world together and SERVE PEACE, CONNECT HUMANITY and AWAKEN CONSCIOUSNESS. Let’s invite consciousness in our heart and let’s radiate love in all directions. All together at the same time. 
Rise Up Ibiza Invites the world to UNITE, CONNECT, and AWAKEN to LOVE, for Peace, Truth… and to write a new Human Story. One Love One Heart.

HEART FACTORY present MUSE by Lehar & Musumeci @ HEART IBIZA Club Restaurant
Sep 3 @ 11:30 pm

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HEART FACTORY present MUSE by Lehar & Musumeci @ HEART IBIZA Club Restaurant 

from 23.30 – 06.30 hrs

lineup:Lehar B2B Musumeci, Agents of Time, Steropcalypse, Murat Uncuoclu, Alican

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Presenting this summer, MUSE by Lehar & Musumeci, a very special guest at Heart Factory.
MUSE
finds temporary residence this summer at HEART Ibiza where 5 parties will take place on a monthly basis. Every 1st Tuesday of the month, starting from June until October.

Heart Factory,
the emblematic brand of HEART Ibiza, will offer during 2019 season a wide range of immersive experiences based on two ingredients: Art & Sound, where artists like Dj Koze, Anané y Louie Vega, Moodyman, Henrik Schwarz, Joseph Capriati, The Martinez Brothers, Pete tong, Nicole Moudaber, Cassy, David Morales, Masters at Work, Bond:ish, Themba, Satori and Black Motion among others have already participated.

The diversity of their sessions will be combined, creating a unique atmosphere, specific for Heart Factory, the musical laboratory that will immerse you in an incredible and unique experience in the island.
This way, HEART, as a creative center club, will offer a world of sensations with a future vision where each session will be unique creating an intimate ambiance specially designed to fully enjoy the experience.

Come and live the true today’s musical experience, different and inimitable by HEART FACTORY, where every session will be a different and unrepeatable episode.

all about: HEART FACTORY
all about: HEART IBIZA

Sep
4
Wed
2019
HIPPY MARKET PUNTA ARABI @ ES CANAR
Sep 4 @ 10:00 am

HIPPY MARKET PUNTA ARABI 2019
HIPPY MARKET PUNTA ARABIHIPPY MARKET PUNTA ARABI @ ES CANAR, IBIZA

from 10.00 – 18.00 hrs

14.00 – 16.00 hrs Live Music at La Carp: TBA
13.30 – 15.30 hrs Paella on the terrace of the Grill restaurant

The most hippie essence of the island is found every Wednesday at the Hippy Market Punta Arabí Ibiza 2019!
Explore more than 500 craft stalls offering their most exclusive creations of crafts, fashion, jewelry, handkerchiefs, natural cosmetics, antiques, musical instruments, and articles brought from different parts of the world.
Savor our delicious traditional paella, discover our own craft beer and try our healthy smoothies. 
Be yourself, dance nonstop and feel the live music!
Authentic hippies of the early years and the new generation of young craftsmen come together every Wednesday, in this magical event.

Every corner of Hippy Market Punta Arabí IBIZA is magical. Join us for this special event, Wednesday, April 3rd!

46 years of authentic hippie essence in Ibiza!

– read more: HIPPY MARKET PUNTA ARABI

ART EXHIBITION: TALKING TREES by Mary-Lynne Stadler @ AUBERGINE IBIZA Restaurant
Sep 4 @ 12:00 pm

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AUBERGINE IBIZA RestaurantART EXHIBITION: TALKING TREES by Mary-Lynne Stadler @ AUBERGINE IBIZA Restaurant

from  12.00 – 24.00 hrs 

An exhibition of paintings, drawings and mixed media works by Mary-Lynne Stadler, with contributions from people from all around the world.

It all began when she met a tree, a very ancient olive tree, on the terraces in the campo behind San Carlos.

The first thing that immediately struck her that day of the first meeting was that she had a heart – a heart that was clearly defined and embraced by her old bent and broken branches.

She has lived through hundreds of years of winds and floods and droughts. She has weathered storms and diseases, as well as interventions by insects, and humans and animals. Every one of those experiences has been scored, more or less deeply, in every fibre, every creeping root and every one of her broken branches, and each one has left its individual mark. And yet, despite the ravages of centuries that have scarred her, she still has a warm and embracing heart that continues to beat with life, and sends fresh new growth to reach the sky.

Mary knew she had to make work about her, and started sketching, there in front of her, in the biting winter wind. There are so many facets to this tree, so much history locked in her, that no single image will tell her story well enough. She has drawn her in pencil and charcoal, ink and gouache and more. At times I have sketched her quickly and roughly, other times the work has been done more painstakingly and in more detail.

In the end, though, she hoped that the range of work mirrors something of the complex nature of the way a single, ancient tree grows, survives and flourishes through the centuries.

Once she started working she began to think more about trees that have featured in her life, and when she started talking to people she realised that they, too, could pick out certain trees from their histories. Then she heard a talk by Canadian forester, Susanne Simard, who has shown that trees have a vast communication network through their roots that covers distances that stretch for many kilometres.

So it occurred to her that it would be interesting to mirror the trees’ communications and start people talking to one another about their trees stories, and sharing their creative interpretations of trees. So that we could generate greater respect for these magnificent plants through making people more aware of their own personal connections to trees.

The contributions quickly started to pour in. And the more interesting, touching or creative ones will become part of the exhibition, as will work by Mary-Lynne’s students and local children.

In the meantime, when all the talk has been about climate change, we need more trees. The scientists are telling us that planting enough more trees could absorb enough CO2 from the atmosphere to give us another decade of breathing space.

So this exhibition is more than just an exhibition. It is a message from the old olive tree to each and every one of us to stop cutting down the trees, and to start planting more trees.

About the Artist

Mary-Lynne Stadler is a fine art painter and printmaker living on the island, and working from her studio at Elysian, in Es Canar.

She fulfilled a life-long ambition to study art as a mature student, when she took an Honours degree in Art and Creative Writing at Bath Spa University College, Bath, England in 2001. She was subsequently awarded a Fellowship in Stone Lithography at the same establishment, and, two years later, joined the Cyprus College of Art on a year-long Postgraduate Diploma in Art.

Cyprus has a way of working its seductive magic on a person, and for the next decade she found herself still living and working there. During that time she was an active member of the art community on the island, participating in many exhibitions and events, including the first Open Studios event there in 2006, and running art workshops for both adults and children at her studio. For a time, she also taught both printmaking and History of Art to the students at the Cyprus College of Art.

She has exhibited widely in the UK and in Cyprus, as well as here on Ibiza, and her work can be found in collections all over the world, from Hawaii to Hong Kong.

NAMASTE @ Las Dalias
Sep 4 @ 7:00 pm

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LAS DALIAS IBIZANAMASTE @ LAS DALIAS

from 19.00 – 03.00 hrs

lineup: TBA
disco: TBA
VISUALES BY HYPNÓTICA

* “Namaste Experience” has grown into one of the most popular and internationally renowned parties on Ibiza.
Born 20 years ago, the “NAMASTE Experience” takes place every Wednesday @ Las Dalias in San Carlos, in the north of the magical island of Ibiza. International artists, dancers from India, the Orient, South America and musicians from every continent perform under starlit skies.
An international team of creative artists, musicians, painters, photographers and djs, long time Ibiza’s residents, have come together and brought into being a new spirit of celebration – Namaste!
The “Namaste” gesture is a sign of greeting expressing respect towards others. As a usual gesture, the inside of the palms are joined together and placed on the chest, in proximity of the heart, with the head slightly bowed.
The significance of this gesture is: “I honor the divine spirit in you, which I also honor within me, thus knowing that we are one.”
This is the philosophy behind the Namaste parties

Ibiza’s one and only true Hippy Party & Dance since 22 years, with RESTAURANT A LA CARTE, LIVE SHOWS & CONCERTS, DANCE TEMPLE, CHILL OUT GARDEN, PACHAMAMA SACRED AREA, STREET FOOD AREA, SALON BAZART

  • FREE ENTRY from 7 – 9 pm

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RISE UP & MEDITATE 1min IBIZA EXPERIENCE for PEACE @ Ibiza
Sep 4 @ 7:19 pm

riseup-theibizaexperience
RISE UP & MEDITATE: 1 min IBIZA EXPERIENCE for PEACE @ IBIZA

Every day at 19.19 hrs

1 Minute of meditation, Connecting with your Heart beat and all Humanity Together in silence & positivity.

Let’s bring a positive impact into the world together and SERVE PEACE, CONNECT HUMANITY and AWAKEN CONSCIOUSNESS. Let’s invite consciousness in our heart and let’s radiate love in all directions. All together at the same time. 
Rise Up Ibiza Invites the world to UNITE, CONNECT, and AWAKEN to LOVE, for Peace, Truth… and to write a new Human Story. One Love One Heart.

Sep
5
Thu
2019
ART EXHIBITION: TALKING TREES by Mary-Lynne Stadler @ AUBERGINE IBIZA Restaurant
Sep 5 @ 12:00 pm

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AUBERGINE IBIZA RestaurantART EXHIBITION: TALKING TREES by Mary-Lynne Stadler @ AUBERGINE IBIZA Restaurant

from  12.00 – 24.00 hrs 

An exhibition of paintings, drawings and mixed media works by Mary-Lynne Stadler, with contributions from people from all around the world.

It all began when she met a tree, a very ancient olive tree, on the terraces in the campo behind San Carlos.

The first thing that immediately struck her that day of the first meeting was that she had a heart – a heart that was clearly defined and embraced by her old bent and broken branches.

She has lived through hundreds of years of winds and floods and droughts. She has weathered storms and diseases, as well as interventions by insects, and humans and animals. Every one of those experiences has been scored, more or less deeply, in every fibre, every creeping root and every one of her broken branches, and each one has left its individual mark. And yet, despite the ravages of centuries that have scarred her, she still has a warm and embracing heart that continues to beat with life, and sends fresh new growth to reach the sky.

Mary knew she had to make work about her, and started sketching, there in front of her, in the biting winter wind. There are so many facets to this tree, so much history locked in her, that no single image will tell her story well enough. She has drawn her in pencil and charcoal, ink and gouache and more. At times I have sketched her quickly and roughly, other times the work has been done more painstakingly and in more detail.

In the end, though, she hoped that the range of work mirrors something of the complex nature of the way a single, ancient tree grows, survives and flourishes through the centuries.

Once she started working she began to think more about trees that have featured in her life, and when she started talking to people she realised that they, too, could pick out certain trees from their histories. Then she heard a talk by Canadian forester, Susanne Simard, who has shown that trees have a vast communication network through their roots that covers distances that stretch for many kilometres.

So it occurred to her that it would be interesting to mirror the trees’ communications and start people talking to one another about their trees stories, and sharing their creative interpretations of trees. So that we could generate greater respect for these magnificent plants through making people more aware of their own personal connections to trees.

The contributions quickly started to pour in. And the more interesting, touching or creative ones will become part of the exhibition, as will work by Mary-Lynne’s students and local children.

In the meantime, when all the talk has been about climate change, we need more trees. The scientists are telling us that planting enough more trees could absorb enough CO2 from the atmosphere to give us another decade of breathing space.

So this exhibition is more than just an exhibition. It is a message from the old olive tree to each and every one of us to stop cutting down the trees, and to start planting more trees.

About the Artist

Mary-Lynne Stadler is a fine art painter and printmaker living on the island, and working from her studio at Elysian, in Es Canar.

She fulfilled a life-long ambition to study art as a mature student, when she took an Honours degree in Art and Creative Writing at Bath Spa University College, Bath, England in 2001. She was subsequently awarded a Fellowship in Stone Lithography at the same establishment, and, two years later, joined the Cyprus College of Art on a year-long Postgraduate Diploma in Art.

Cyprus has a way of working its seductive magic on a person, and for the next decade she found herself still living and working there. During that time she was an active member of the art community on the island, participating in many exhibitions and events, including the first Open Studios event there in 2006, and running art workshops for both adults and children at her studio. For a time, she also taught both printmaking and History of Art to the students at the Cyprus College of Art.

She has exhibited widely in the UK and in Cyprus, as well as here on Ibiza, and her work can be found in collections all over the world, from Hawaii to Hong Kong.

ARTISAN MARKET | CRAFT MARKET @ Village square Sant Miguel
Sep 5 @ 6:00 pm


ARTISAN MARKET | CRAFT MARKET | MERCAT d’ARTESANIA @ Sant Miguel de Balansat

from 18.00 – 22.00 hrs

19.15 hrs Ball pages at the church square

Local market with traditional artisan products, ceramics and agroculture

all about Artisan Market Sant Miguel

MOSTRA ARTESANAL @ Sant Rafel
Sep 5 @ 7:00 pm


Sant Antoni de PortmanyMOSTRA ARTESANAL @ Sant Rafel de Forca (main street)

from 19.00 – 23.30 hrs

with Live Performances & Free Tourist Train Trip

La Muestra Artesanal ‘Sant Rafel de Forca’ is the local weekly market in San Rafel with traditional artisan products, ceramics and agriculture

schedule artisan markets Ibiza

RISE UP & MEDITATE 1min IBIZA EXPERIENCE for PEACE @ Ibiza
Sep 5 @ 7:19 pm

riseup-theibizaexperience
RISE UP & MEDITATE: 1 min IBIZA EXPERIENCE for PEACE @ IBIZA

Every day at 19.19 hrs

1 Minute of meditation, Connecting with your Heart beat and all Humanity Together in silence & positivity.

Let’s bring a positive impact into the world together and SERVE PEACE, CONNECT HUMANITY and AWAKEN CONSCIOUSNESS. Let’s invite consciousness in our heart and let’s radiate love in all directions. All together at the same time. 
Rise Up Ibiza Invites the world to UNITE, CONNECT, and AWAKEN to LOVE, for Peace, Truth… and to write a new Human Story. One Love One Heart.

Sep
6
Fri
2019
ART EXHIBITION: TALKING TREES by Mary-Lynne Stadler @ AUBERGINE IBIZA Restaurant
Sep 6 @ 12:00 pm

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AUBERGINE IBIZA RestaurantART EXHIBITION: TALKING TREES by Mary-Lynne Stadler @ AUBERGINE IBIZA Restaurant

from  12.00 – 24.00 hrs 

An exhibition of paintings, drawings and mixed media works by Mary-Lynne Stadler, with contributions from people from all around the world.

It all began when she met a tree, a very ancient olive tree, on the terraces in the campo behind San Carlos.

The first thing that immediately struck her that day of the first meeting was that she had a heart – a heart that was clearly defined and embraced by her old bent and broken branches.

She has lived through hundreds of years of winds and floods and droughts. She has weathered storms and diseases, as well as interventions by insects, and humans and animals. Every one of those experiences has been scored, more or less deeply, in every fibre, every creeping root and every one of her broken branches, and each one has left its individual mark. And yet, despite the ravages of centuries that have scarred her, she still has a warm and embracing heart that continues to beat with life, and sends fresh new growth to reach the sky.

Mary knew she had to make work about her, and started sketching, there in front of her, in the biting winter wind. There are so many facets to this tree, so much history locked in her, that no single image will tell her story well enough. She has drawn her in pencil and charcoal, ink and gouache and more. At times I have sketched her quickly and roughly, other times the work has been done more painstakingly and in more detail.

In the end, though, she hoped that the range of work mirrors something of the complex nature of the way a single, ancient tree grows, survives and flourishes through the centuries.

Once she started working she began to think more about trees that have featured in her life, and when she started talking to people she realised that they, too, could pick out certain trees from their histories. Then she heard a talk by Canadian forester, Susanne Simard, who has shown that trees have a vast communication network through their roots that covers distances that stretch for many kilometres.

So it occurred to her that it would be interesting to mirror the trees’ communications and start people talking to one another about their trees stories, and sharing their creative interpretations of trees. So that we could generate greater respect for these magnificent plants through making people more aware of their own personal connections to trees.

The contributions quickly started to pour in. And the more interesting, touching or creative ones will become part of the exhibition, as will work by Mary-Lynne’s students and local children.

In the meantime, when all the talk has been about climate change, we need more trees. The scientists are telling us that planting enough more trees could absorb enough CO2 from the atmosphere to give us another decade of breathing space.

So this exhibition is more than just an exhibition. It is a message from the old olive tree to each and every one of us to stop cutting down the trees, and to start planting more trees.

About the Artist

Mary-Lynne Stadler is a fine art painter and printmaker living on the island, and working from her studio at Elysian, in Es Canar.

She fulfilled a life-long ambition to study art as a mature student, when she took an Honours degree in Art and Creative Writing at Bath Spa University College, Bath, England in 2001. She was subsequently awarded a Fellowship in Stone Lithography at the same establishment, and, two years later, joined the Cyprus College of Art on a year-long Postgraduate Diploma in Art.

Cyprus has a way of working its seductive magic on a person, and for the next decade she found herself still living and working there. During that time she was an active member of the art community on the island, participating in many exhibitions and events, including the first Open Studios event there in 2006, and running art workshops for both adults and children at her studio. For a time, she also taught both printmaking and History of Art to the students at the Cyprus College of Art.

She has exhibited widely in the UK and in Cyprus, as well as here on Ibiza, and her work can be found in collections all over the world, from Hawaii to Hong Kong.

MERCADILLO DE SANT ANTONI | EL MERCAT DE TOTS – MERCADILLO ARTESANAL Y AGROECOLOGICO @ Art & Mercat Sant Antoni
Sep 6 @ 6:00 pm

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MERCADILLO DE SANT ANTONI @ BEHIND the CHURCH of SAN ANTONIO

Fridays from 18.00 – 24.00 hrs

 EL MERCAT DE TOTS – MERCADILLO ARTESANAL y AGROECOLOGICO or
 THE MARKET FOR ALL – ARTISAN & AGROECOLOGICAL MARKET organised by Art & Mercat with kids activities, from 2pm Paella is served while you can shop for art and artisan products accompanied by live music.

RISE UP & MEDITATE 1min IBIZA EXPERIENCE for PEACE @ Ibiza
Sep 6 @ 7:19 pm

riseup-theibizaexperience
RISE UP & MEDITATE: 1 min IBIZA EXPERIENCE for PEACE @ IBIZA

Every day at 19.19 hrs

1 Minute of meditation, Connecting with your Heart beat and all Humanity Together in silence & positivity.

Let’s bring a positive impact into the world together and SERVE PEACE, CONNECT HUMANITY and AWAKEN CONSCIOUSNESS. Let’s invite consciousness in our heart and let’s radiate love in all directions. All together at the same time. 
Rise Up Ibiza Invites the world to UNITE, CONNECT, and AWAKEN to LOVE, for Peace, Truth… and to write a new Human Story. One Love One Heart.

Sep
7
Sat
2019
FAMILY VISITS @ Museum of Contemporary Art Museum of Ibiza and Puget
Sep 7 @ 10:00 am


Ajuntament D'EivissaFAMILY VISITS @ Museum of Contemporary Art Museum of Ibiza and Puget Museum

from 10.30 – 13.00 hrs

Guided museum visits for families with children aged between 3 and 12 years as we want to familiarize children with contemporary art in a playful context which also involved the parents, the biggest ….
The activity consists of a visit to the museum in general (permanent collection) or a specific approach (temporary exhibition)

– Free admission but Limited
– It is essential to register and book: MACE 2723 97 130, Museum and Puget 971 392 147  or e-mail: mac@eivissa.es

HIPPY MARKET @ LAS DALIAS IBIZA
Sep 7 @ 10:00 am


LAS DALIAS IBIZAHIPPY MARKET @ LAS DALIAS IBIZA

Open from 10.00 – 20.00 hrs

Ibiza’s Original Hippy Market and fascinating oasis of color, peace, music, dreams …

In Sant Carles, in the north of Ibiza, the Las Dalias Hippy Market is celebrating every Saturday with a strong commitment to handmade, exclusive and accessible clothing.
Walking through the garden you can immerse yourself in a fascinating network of fabrics, beads, unique objects and stalls where the talent of the most avant-garde artisans fuses with an atmosphere of harmony and that legacy of hippies of Ibiza

read more: HIPPY MARKET LAS DALIAS


ART EXHIBITION: TALKING TREES by Mary-Lynne Stadler @ AUBERGINE IBIZA Restaurant
Sep 7 @ 12:00 pm

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AUBERGINE IBIZA RestaurantART EXHIBITION: TALKING TREES by Mary-Lynne Stadler @ AUBERGINE IBIZA Restaurant

from  12.00 – 24.00 hrs 

An exhibition of paintings, drawings and mixed media works by Mary-Lynne Stadler, with contributions from people from all around the world.

It all began when she met a tree, a very ancient olive tree, on the terraces in the campo behind San Carlos.

The first thing that immediately struck her that day of the first meeting was that she had a heart – a heart that was clearly defined and embraced by her old bent and broken branches.

She has lived through hundreds of years of winds and floods and droughts. She has weathered storms and diseases, as well as interventions by insects, and humans and animals. Every one of those experiences has been scored, more or less deeply, in every fibre, every creeping root and every one of her broken branches, and each one has left its individual mark. And yet, despite the ravages of centuries that have scarred her, she still has a warm and embracing heart that continues to beat with life, and sends fresh new growth to reach the sky.

Mary knew she had to make work about her, and started sketching, there in front of her, in the biting winter wind. There are so many facets to this tree, so much history locked in her, that no single image will tell her story well enough. She has drawn her in pencil and charcoal, ink and gouache and more. At times I have sketched her quickly and roughly, other times the work has been done more painstakingly and in more detail.

In the end, though, she hoped that the range of work mirrors something of the complex nature of the way a single, ancient tree grows, survives and flourishes through the centuries.

Once she started working she began to think more about trees that have featured in her life, and when she started talking to people she realised that they, too, could pick out certain trees from their histories. Then she heard a talk by Canadian forester, Susanne Simard, who has shown that trees have a vast communication network through their roots that covers distances that stretch for many kilometres.

So it occurred to her that it would be interesting to mirror the trees’ communications and start people talking to one another about their trees stories, and sharing their creative interpretations of trees. So that we could generate greater respect for these magnificent plants through making people more aware of their own personal connections to trees.

The contributions quickly started to pour in. And the more interesting, touching or creative ones will become part of the exhibition, as will work by Mary-Lynne’s students and local children.

In the meantime, when all the talk has been about climate change, we need more trees. The scientists are telling us that planting enough more trees could absorb enough CO2 from the atmosphere to give us another decade of breathing space.

So this exhibition is more than just an exhibition. It is a message from the old olive tree to each and every one of us to stop cutting down the trees, and to start planting more trees.

About the Artist

Mary-Lynne Stadler is a fine art painter and printmaker living on the island, and working from her studio at Elysian, in Es Canar.

She fulfilled a life-long ambition to study art as a mature student, when she took an Honours degree in Art and Creative Writing at Bath Spa University College, Bath, England in 2001. She was subsequently awarded a Fellowship in Stone Lithography at the same establishment, and, two years later, joined the Cyprus College of Art on a year-long Postgraduate Diploma in Art.

Cyprus has a way of working its seductive magic on a person, and for the next decade she found herself still living and working there. During that time she was an active member of the art community on the island, participating in many exhibitions and events, including the first Open Studios event there in 2006, and running art workshops for both adults and children at her studio. For a time, she also taught both printmaking and History of Art to the students at the Cyprus College of Art.

She has exhibited widely in the UK and in Cyprus, as well as here on Ibiza, and her work can be found in collections all over the world, from Hawaii to Hong Kong.

RISE UP & MEDITATE 1min IBIZA EXPERIENCE for PEACE @ Ibiza
Sep 7 @ 7:19 pm

riseup-theibizaexperience
RISE UP & MEDITATE: 1 min IBIZA EXPERIENCE for PEACE @ IBIZA

Every day at 19.19 hrs

1 Minute of meditation, Connecting with your Heart beat and all Humanity Together in silence & positivity.

Let’s bring a positive impact into the world together and SERVE PEACE, CONNECT HUMANITY and AWAKEN CONSCIOUSNESS. Let’s invite consciousness in our heart and let’s radiate love in all directions. All together at the same time. 
Rise Up Ibiza Invites the world to UNITE, CONNECT, and AWAKEN to LOVE, for Peace, Truth… and to write a new Human Story. One Love One Heart.

Sep
8
Sun
2019
FAMILY VISITS @ Museum of Contemporary Art Museum of Ibiza and Puget
Sep 8 @ 10:00 am


Ajuntament D'EivissaFAMILY VISITS @ Museum of Contemporary Art Museum of Ibiza and Puget Museum

from 10.30 – 13.00 hrs

Guided museum visits for families with children aged between 3 and 12 years as we want to familiarize children with contemporary art in a playful context which also involved the parents, the biggest ….
The activity consists of a visit to the museum in general (permanent collection) or a specific approach (temporary exhibition)

– Free admission but Limited
– It is essential to register and book: MACE 2723 97 130, Museum and Puget 971 392 147  or e-mail: mac@eivissa.es

SUNDAY MARKET SAN JUAN – Mercadillo Artesanal Dominical Sant Joan de Labritja @ Sant Joan de Labritja
Sep 8 @ 10:00 am – 3:00 pm

SUNDAY MARKET SAN JUAN - Mercadillo Artesanal Dominical Sant Joan de Labritja
Mercadillo Artesanal Dominical Sant Joan de Labritja SUNDAY MARKET SAN JUAN – Mercadillo Artesanal Dominical Sant Joan de Labritja

Open from 10:00 – 15:00 hrs

Live music: TBA

Leave your cell phone at home and come celebrate this Sunday with lots of surprises and ecological agriculture products, crafts, curiosities and art

read more: SUNDAY MARKET SAN JUAN

ART EXHIBITION: TALKING TREES by Mary-Lynne Stadler @ AUBERGINE IBIZA Restaurant
Sep 8 @ 12:00 pm

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AUBERGINE IBIZA RestaurantART EXHIBITION: TALKING TREES by Mary-Lynne Stadler @ AUBERGINE IBIZA Restaurant

from  12.00 – 24.00 hrs 

An exhibition of paintings, drawings and mixed media works by Mary-Lynne Stadler, with contributions from people from all around the world.

It all began when she met a tree, a very ancient olive tree, on the terraces in the campo behind San Carlos.

The first thing that immediately struck her that day of the first meeting was that she had a heart – a heart that was clearly defined and embraced by her old bent and broken branches.

She has lived through hundreds of years of winds and floods and droughts. She has weathered storms and diseases, as well as interventions by insects, and humans and animals. Every one of those experiences has been scored, more or less deeply, in every fibre, every creeping root and every one of her broken branches, and each one has left its individual mark. And yet, despite the ravages of centuries that have scarred her, she still has a warm and embracing heart that continues to beat with life, and sends fresh new growth to reach the sky.

Mary knew she had to make work about her, and started sketching, there in front of her, in the biting winter wind. There are so many facets to this tree, so much history locked in her, that no single image will tell her story well enough. She has drawn her in pencil and charcoal, ink and gouache and more. At times I have sketched her quickly and roughly, other times the work has been done more painstakingly and in more detail.

In the end, though, she hoped that the range of work mirrors something of the complex nature of the way a single, ancient tree grows, survives and flourishes through the centuries.

Once she started working she began to think more about trees that have featured in her life, and when she started talking to people she realised that they, too, could pick out certain trees from their histories. Then she heard a talk by Canadian forester, Susanne Simard, who has shown that trees have a vast communication network through their roots that covers distances that stretch for many kilometres.

So it occurred to her that it would be interesting to mirror the trees’ communications and start people talking to one another about their trees stories, and sharing their creative interpretations of trees. So that we could generate greater respect for these magnificent plants through making people more aware of their own personal connections to trees.

The contributions quickly started to pour in. And the more interesting, touching or creative ones will become part of the exhibition, as will work by Mary-Lynne’s students and local children.

In the meantime, when all the talk has been about climate change, we need more trees. The scientists are telling us that planting enough more trees could absorb enough CO2 from the atmosphere to give us another decade of breathing space.

So this exhibition is more than just an exhibition. It is a message from the old olive tree to each and every one of us to stop cutting down the trees, and to start planting more trees.

About the Artist

Mary-Lynne Stadler is a fine art painter and printmaker living on the island, and working from her studio at Elysian, in Es Canar.

She fulfilled a life-long ambition to study art as a mature student, when she took an Honours degree in Art and Creative Writing at Bath Spa University College, Bath, England in 2001. She was subsequently awarded a Fellowship in Stone Lithography at the same establishment, and, two years later, joined the Cyprus College of Art on a year-long Postgraduate Diploma in Art.

Cyprus has a way of working its seductive magic on a person, and for the next decade she found herself still living and working there. During that time she was an active member of the art community on the island, participating in many exhibitions and events, including the first Open Studios event there in 2006, and running art workshops for both adults and children at her studio. For a time, she also taught both printmaking and History of Art to the students at the Cyprus College of Art.

She has exhibited widely in the UK and in Cyprus, as well as here on Ibiza, and her work can be found in collections all over the world, from Hawaii to Hong Kong.

RISE UP & MEDITATE 1min IBIZA EXPERIENCE for PEACE @ Ibiza
Sep 8 @ 7:19 pm

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RISE UP & MEDITATE: 1 min IBIZA EXPERIENCE for PEACE @ IBIZA

Every day at 19.19 hrs

1 Minute of meditation, Connecting with your Heart beat and all Humanity Together in silence & positivity.

Let’s bring a positive impact into the world together and SERVE PEACE, CONNECT HUMANITY and AWAKEN CONSCIOUSNESS. Let’s invite consciousness in our heart and let’s radiate love in all directions. All together at the same time. 
Rise Up Ibiza Invites the world to UNITE, CONNECT, and AWAKEN to LOVE, for Peace, Truth… and to write a new Human Story. One Love One Heart.

Sep
9
Mon
2019
ART EXHIBITION: TALKING TREES by Mary-Lynne Stadler @ AUBERGINE IBIZA Restaurant
Sep 9 @ 12:00 pm

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AUBERGINE IBIZA RestaurantART EXHIBITION: TALKING TREES by Mary-Lynne Stadler @ AUBERGINE IBIZA Restaurant

from  12.00 – 24.00 hrs 

An exhibition of paintings, drawings and mixed media works by Mary-Lynne Stadler, with contributions from people from all around the world.

It all began when she met a tree, a very ancient olive tree, on the terraces in the campo behind San Carlos.

The first thing that immediately struck her that day of the first meeting was that she had a heart – a heart that was clearly defined and embraced by her old bent and broken branches.

She has lived through hundreds of years of winds and floods and droughts. She has weathered storms and diseases, as well as interventions by insects, and humans and animals. Every one of those experiences has been scored, more or less deeply, in every fibre, every creeping root and every one of her broken branches, and each one has left its individual mark. And yet, despite the ravages of centuries that have scarred her, she still has a warm and embracing heart that continues to beat with life, and sends fresh new growth to reach the sky.

Mary knew she had to make work about her, and started sketching, there in front of her, in the biting winter wind. There are so many facets to this tree, so much history locked in her, that no single image will tell her story well enough. She has drawn her in pencil and charcoal, ink and gouache and more. At times I have sketched her quickly and roughly, other times the work has been done more painstakingly and in more detail.

In the end, though, she hoped that the range of work mirrors something of the complex nature of the way a single, ancient tree grows, survives and flourishes through the centuries.

Once she started working she began to think more about trees that have featured in her life, and when she started talking to people she realised that they, too, could pick out certain trees from their histories. Then she heard a talk by Canadian forester, Susanne Simard, who has shown that trees have a vast communication network through their roots that covers distances that stretch for many kilometres.

So it occurred to her that it would be interesting to mirror the trees’ communications and start people talking to one another about their trees stories, and sharing their creative interpretations of trees. So that we could generate greater respect for these magnificent plants through making people more aware of their own personal connections to trees.

The contributions quickly started to pour in. And the more interesting, touching or creative ones will become part of the exhibition, as will work by Mary-Lynne’s students and local children.

In the meantime, when all the talk has been about climate change, we need more trees. The scientists are telling us that planting enough more trees could absorb enough CO2 from the atmosphere to give us another decade of breathing space.

So this exhibition is more than just an exhibition. It is a message from the old olive tree to each and every one of us to stop cutting down the trees, and to start planting more trees.

About the Artist

Mary-Lynne Stadler is a fine art painter and printmaker living on the island, and working from her studio at Elysian, in Es Canar.

She fulfilled a life-long ambition to study art as a mature student, when she took an Honours degree in Art and Creative Writing at Bath Spa University College, Bath, England in 2001. She was subsequently awarded a Fellowship in Stone Lithography at the same establishment, and, two years later, joined the Cyprus College of Art on a year-long Postgraduate Diploma in Art.

Cyprus has a way of working its seductive magic on a person, and for the next decade she found herself still living and working there. During that time she was an active member of the art community on the island, participating in many exhibitions and events, including the first Open Studios event there in 2006, and running art workshops for both adults and children at her studio. For a time, she also taught both printmaking and History of Art to the students at the Cyprus College of Art.

She has exhibited widely in the UK and in Cyprus, as well as here on Ibiza, and her work can be found in collections all over the world, from Hawaii to Hong Kong.

HIPPY NIGHT MARKET or Mercadillo Nocturno @ LAS DALIAS IBIZA
Sep 9 @ 7:00 pm

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Las Dalias Night MarketHIPPY NIGHT MARKET @ LAS DALIAS IBIZA

Open from 19.00 – 01.00 hrs

Discover our renovated gastronomic areas and of course feel the coolness of a Night Market experience.

Initiated in 2005 the LAS DALIAS NIGHT MARKET or Mercadillo Nocturno is a more relaxed version of the classic hippy market, with over hundred posts, many of them exclusive for these market nights, where the selection is carried out with strict criteria of quality and originality. It has the “Art Corner” and a kids area with puppet theater, juggling, games and balloon twisting
Besides shopping, there is room for recreation in the tent, juice stands or in the restaurant, under the vineyard garden serving al fresco dinners.
Enjoy live music, usually acoustic and with frequent surprise concerts by musicians of national and international stature.

The Las Dalias Night Market is held on Mondays and Tuesdays from June to September
* In August the Night Markets with Food Truck Festival are also held on Sundays from 19 to 01 hrs.

read more: HIPPY MARKET LAS DALIAS

RISE UP & MEDITATE 1min IBIZA EXPERIENCE for PEACE @ Ibiza
Sep 9 @ 7:19 pm

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RISE UP & MEDITATE: 1 min IBIZA EXPERIENCE for PEACE @ IBIZA

Every day at 19.19 hrs

1 Minute of meditation, Connecting with your Heart beat and all Humanity Together in silence & positivity.

Let’s bring a positive impact into the world together and SERVE PEACE, CONNECT HUMANITY and AWAKEN CONSCIOUSNESS. Let’s invite consciousness in our heart and let’s radiate love in all directions. All together at the same time. 
Rise Up Ibiza Invites the world to UNITE, CONNECT, and AWAKEN to LOVE, for Peace, Truth… and to write a new Human Story. One Love One Heart.

Sep
10
Tue
2019
ART EXHIBITION: TALKING TREES by Mary-Lynne Stadler @ AUBERGINE IBIZA Restaurant
Sep 10 @ 12:00 pm

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AUBERGINE IBIZA RestaurantART EXHIBITION: TALKING TREES by Mary-Lynne Stadler @ AUBERGINE IBIZA Restaurant

from  12.00 – 24.00 hrs 

An exhibition of paintings, drawings and mixed media works by Mary-Lynne Stadler, with contributions from people from all around the world.

It all began when she met a tree, a very ancient olive tree, on the terraces in the campo behind San Carlos.

The first thing that immediately struck her that day of the first meeting was that she had a heart – a heart that was clearly defined and embraced by her old bent and broken branches.

She has lived through hundreds of years of winds and floods and droughts. She has weathered storms and diseases, as well as interventions by insects, and humans and animals. Every one of those experiences has been scored, more or less deeply, in every fibre, every creeping root and every one of her broken branches, and each one has left its individual mark. And yet, despite the ravages of centuries that have scarred her, she still has a warm and embracing heart that continues to beat with life, and sends fresh new growth to reach the sky.

Mary knew she had to make work about her, and started sketching, there in front of her, in the biting winter wind. There are so many facets to this tree, so much history locked in her, that no single image will tell her story well enough. She has drawn her in pencil and charcoal, ink and gouache and more. At times I have sketched her quickly and roughly, other times the work has been done more painstakingly and in more detail.

In the end, though, she hoped that the range of work mirrors something of the complex nature of the way a single, ancient tree grows, survives and flourishes through the centuries.

Once she started working she began to think more about trees that have featured in her life, and when she started talking to people she realised that they, too, could pick out certain trees from their histories. Then she heard a talk by Canadian forester, Susanne Simard, who has shown that trees have a vast communication network through their roots that covers distances that stretch for many kilometres.

So it occurred to her that it would be interesting to mirror the trees’ communications and start people talking to one another about their trees stories, and sharing their creative interpretations of trees. So that we could generate greater respect for these magnificent plants through making people more aware of their own personal connections to trees.

The contributions quickly started to pour in. And the more interesting, touching or creative ones will become part of the exhibition, as will work by Mary-Lynne’s students and local children.

In the meantime, when all the talk has been about climate change, we need more trees. The scientists are telling us that planting enough more trees could absorb enough CO2 from the atmosphere to give us another decade of breathing space.

So this exhibition is more than just an exhibition. It is a message from the old olive tree to each and every one of us to stop cutting down the trees, and to start planting more trees.

About the Artist

Mary-Lynne Stadler is a fine art painter and printmaker living on the island, and working from her studio at Elysian, in Es Canar.

She fulfilled a life-long ambition to study art as a mature student, when she took an Honours degree in Art and Creative Writing at Bath Spa University College, Bath, England in 2001. She was subsequently awarded a Fellowship in Stone Lithography at the same establishment, and, two years later, joined the Cyprus College of Art on a year-long Postgraduate Diploma in Art.

Cyprus has a way of working its seductive magic on a person, and for the next decade she found herself still living and working there. During that time she was an active member of the art community on the island, participating in many exhibitions and events, including the first Open Studios event there in 2006, and running art workshops for both adults and children at her studio. For a time, she also taught both printmaking and History of Art to the students at the Cyprus College of Art.

She has exhibited widely in the UK and in Cyprus, as well as here on Ibiza, and her work can be found in collections all over the world, from Hawaii to Hong Kong.

LITERARY FESTIVAL 2019 Day 1 @ Ibiza Rocks House at Pikes Hotel
Sep 10 @ 12:00 pm

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LITERARY FESTIVAL 2019 Day 1 @ PIKES HOTEL

from 13.00 – 23.00 hrs

Feelgood Sessions over afternoon tea by Virginia FeelGood

Day 1 | Classes & Talks – Panel Discussions & Interviews and Room 39 x Blacks Club TAKEOVER DINNER

For the very first time Pikes Ibiza is hosting a unique two day Literary Festival.
Headlined by world-renowned, critically acclaimed names from the film and publishing world, and centred around sumptuous evening suppers, author readings and conversation, this spoken-word festival is set to be one of Europe’s most sought-after (and below- the-radar) cultural events of the year.

Award-winning author Irvine Welsh (Trainspotting), screen-writer and author John Niven (Kill Your Friends) and Stephen Armstrong (The White Island) will lead the event in our sprawling grounds. Other high profile names participating include accomplished authors Matt Trollope (Mr.Pikes: The Story Behind the Ibiza Legend) and Neil Forsyth (San Carlos).

HIPPY NIGHT MARKET or Mercadillo Nocturno @ LAS DALIAS IBIZA
Sep 10 @ 7:00 pm

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Las Dalias Night MarketHIPPY NIGHT MARKET @ LAS DALIAS IBIZA

Open from 19.00 – 01.00 hrs

Discover our renovated gastronomic areas and of course feel the coolness of a Night Market experience.

Initiated in 2005 the LAS DALIAS NIGHT MARKET or Mercadillo Nocturno is a more relaxed version of the classic hippy market, with over hundred posts, many of them exclusive for these market nights, where the selection is carried out with strict criteria of quality and originality. It has the “Art Corner” and a kids area with puppet theater, juggling, games and balloon twisting
Besides shopping, there is room for recreation in the tent, juice stands or in the restaurant, under the vineyard garden serving al fresco dinners.
Enjoy live music, usually acoustic and with frequent surprise concerts by musicians of national and international stature.

The Las Dalias Night Market is held on Mondays and Tuesdays from June to September
* In August the Night Markets with Food Truck Festival are also held on Sundays from 19 to 01 hrs.

read more: HIPPY MARKET LAS DALIAS

RISE UP & MEDITATE 1min IBIZA EXPERIENCE for PEACE @ Ibiza
Sep 10 @ 7:19 pm

riseup-theibizaexperience
RISE UP & MEDITATE: 1 min IBIZA EXPERIENCE for PEACE @ IBIZA

Every day at 19.19 hrs

1 Minute of meditation, Connecting with your Heart beat and all Humanity Together in silence & positivity.

Let’s bring a positive impact into the world together and SERVE PEACE, CONNECT HUMANITY and AWAKEN CONSCIOUSNESS. Let’s invite consciousness in our heart and let’s radiate love in all directions. All together at the same time. 
Rise Up Ibiza Invites the world to UNITE, CONNECT, and AWAKEN to LOVE, for Peace, Truth… and to write a new Human Story. One Love One Heart.

HEART FACTORY > THE RITUAL @ HEART IBIZA Club Restaurant
Sep 10 @ 11:30 pm

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HEART FACTORY > THE RITUAL @ HEART IBIZA Club Restaurant 

from 23.30 – 06.30 hrs

lineup: Anané & Louie Vega

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The Ritual with Anané & Louie Vega is back at Heart Factory

A night that transcends through genres and eras of music while mixing art & technology, spearheaded by Anané & Louie Vega who bring there family and friends together at the ultra modern Heart Factory like a wonderful reunion. 

As a couple and business partners who will also DJ B2B, their approach is one that creates an exciting atmosphere of good times with close friends as guests who are the creme de la creme in today’s music scene. 

New York City, known as the mega melting pot of cultures is where Anané & Louie call home giving them their inspiration and influence to play and make music (Grammy Award, EOL Live, 3 labels). NYC as a backdrop for their club night means, quality & knowledge of music that will take you on a journey of musical bliss, all of which derives from their vast history in the city that never sleeps. Art is an important factor to the Vegas’ and with the technology at its highest, Heart Factory provides a unique playground for some amazing experiments visually while combined with music the Vegas’ provide. Experience ALL that is music & magic at The Ritual With Anané & Louie Vega.

Heart Factory, the emblematic brand of HEART Ibiza, will offer during 2019 season a wide range of immersive experiences based on two ingredients: Art & Sound, where artists like Dj Koze, Anané y Louie Vega, Moodyman, Henrik Schwarz, Joseph Capriati, The Martinez Brothers, Pete tong, Nicole Moudaber, Cassy, David Morales, Masters at Work, Bond:ish, Themba, Satori and Black Motion among others have already participated.

The diversity of their sessions will be combined, creating a unique atmosphere, specific for Heart Factory, the musical laboratory that will immerse you in an incredible and unique experience in the island.
This way, HEART, as a creative center club, will offer a world of sensations with a future vision where each session will be unique creating an intimate ambiance specially designed to fully enjoy the experience.

Come and live the true today’s musical experience, different and inimitable by HEART FACTORY, where every session will be a different and unrepeatable episode.

all about: HEART FACTORY
all about: HEART IBIZA

Sep
11
Wed
2019
HIPPY MARKET PUNTA ARABI @ ES CANAR
Sep 11 @ 10:00 am

HIPPY MARKET PUNTA ARABI 2019
HIPPY MARKET PUNTA ARABIHIPPY MARKET PUNTA ARABI @ ES CANAR, IBIZA

from 10.00 – 18.00 hrs

14.00 – 16.00 hrs Live Music at La Carp: TBA
13.30 – 15.30 hrs Paella on the terrace of the Grill restaurant

The most hippie essence of the island is found every Wednesday at the Hippy Market Punta Arabí Ibiza 2019!
Explore more than 500 craft stalls offering their most exclusive creations of crafts, fashion, jewelry, handkerchiefs, natural cosmetics, antiques, musical instruments, and articles brought from different parts of the world.
Savor our delicious traditional paella, discover our own craft beer and try our healthy smoothies. 
Be yourself, dance nonstop and feel the live music!
Authentic hippies of the early years and the new generation of young craftsmen come together every Wednesday, in this magical event.

Every corner of Hippy Market Punta Arabí IBIZA is magical. Join us for this special event, Wednesday, April 3rd!

46 years of authentic hippie essence in Ibiza!

– read more: HIPPY MARKET PUNTA ARABI

ART EXHIBITION: TALKING TREES by Mary-Lynne Stadler @ AUBERGINE IBIZA Restaurant
Sep 11 @ 12:00 pm

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AUBERGINE IBIZA RestaurantART EXHIBITION: TALKING TREES by Mary-Lynne Stadler @ AUBERGINE IBIZA Restaurant

from  12.00 – 24.00 hrs 

An exhibition of paintings, drawings and mixed media works by Mary-Lynne Stadler, with contributions from people from all around the world.

It all began when she met a tree, a very ancient olive tree, on the terraces in the campo behind San Carlos.

The first thing that immediately struck her that day of the first meeting was that she had a heart – a heart that was clearly defined and embraced by her old bent and broken branches.

She has lived through hundreds of years of winds and floods and droughts. She has weathered storms and diseases, as well as interventions by insects, and humans and animals. Every one of those experiences has been scored, more or less deeply, in every fibre, every creeping root and every one of her broken branches, and each one has left its individual mark. And yet, despite the ravages of centuries that have scarred her, she still has a warm and embracing heart that continues to beat with life, and sends fresh new growth to reach the sky.

Mary knew she had to make work about her, and started sketching, there in front of her, in the biting winter wind. There are so many facets to this tree, so much history locked in her, that no single image will tell her story well enough. She has drawn her in pencil and charcoal, ink and gouache and more. At times I have sketched her quickly and roughly, other times the work has been done more painstakingly and in more detail.

In the end, though, she hoped that the range of work mirrors something of the complex nature of the way a single, ancient tree grows, survives and flourishes through the centuries.

Once she started working she began to think more about trees that have featured in her life, and when she started talking to people she realised that they, too, could pick out certain trees from their histories. Then she heard a talk by Canadian forester, Susanne Simard, who has shown that trees have a vast communication network through their roots that covers distances that stretch for many kilometres.

So it occurred to her that it would be interesting to mirror the trees’ communications and start people talking to one another about their trees stories, and sharing their creative interpretations of trees. So that we could generate greater respect for these magnificent plants through making people more aware of their own personal connections to trees.

The contributions quickly started to pour in. And the more interesting, touching or creative ones will become part of the exhibition, as will work by Mary-Lynne’s students and local children.

In the meantime, when all the talk has been about climate change, we need more trees. The scientists are telling us that planting enough more trees could absorb enough CO2 from the atmosphere to give us another decade of breathing space.

So this exhibition is more than just an exhibition. It is a message from the old olive tree to each and every one of us to stop cutting down the trees, and to start planting more trees.

About the Artist

Mary-Lynne Stadler is a fine art painter and printmaker living on the island, and working from her studio at Elysian, in Es Canar.

She fulfilled a life-long ambition to study art as a mature student, when she took an Honours degree in Art and Creative Writing at Bath Spa University College, Bath, England in 2001. She was subsequently awarded a Fellowship in Stone Lithography at the same establishment, and, two years later, joined the Cyprus College of Art on a year-long Postgraduate Diploma in Art.

Cyprus has a way of working its seductive magic on a person, and for the next decade she found herself still living and working there. During that time she was an active member of the art community on the island, participating in many exhibitions and events, including the first Open Studios event there in 2006, and running art workshops for both adults and children at her studio. For a time, she also taught both printmaking and History of Art to the students at the Cyprus College of Art.

She has exhibited widely in the UK and in Cyprus, as well as here on Ibiza, and her work can be found in collections all over the world, from Hawaii to Hong Kong.

LITERARY FESTIVAL 2019 Day 2 @ Ibiza Rocks House at Pikes Hotel
Sep 11 @ 12:00 pm

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LITERARY FESTIVAL 2019 Day 2 @ PIKES HOTEL

from 12.00 – 24.00 hrs

Feelgood Sessions over afternoon tea by Virginia FeelGood

Day 2 | Classes & Talks, Q&A & Film Screenings

For the very first time Pikes Ibiza is hosting a unique two day Literary Festival.
Headlined by world-renowned, critically acclaimed names from the film and publishing world, and centred around sumptuous evening suppers, author readings and conversation, this spoken-word festival is set to be one of Europe’s most sought-after (and below- the-radar) cultural events of the year.

Award-winning author Irvine Welsh (Trainspotting), screen-writer and author John Niven (Kill Your Friends) and Stephen Armstrong (The White Island) will lead the event in our sprawling grounds. Other high profile names participating include accomplished authors Matt Trollope (Mr.Pikes: The Story Behind the Ibiza Legend) and Neil Forsyth (San Carlos).

NAMASTE @ Las Dalias
Sep 11 @ 7:00 pm

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LAS DALIAS IBIZANAMASTE @ LAS DALIAS

from 19.00 – 03.00 hrs

lineup: TBA
disco: TBA
VISUALES BY HYPNÓTICA

* “Namaste Experience” has grown into one of the most popular and internationally renowned parties on Ibiza.
Born 20 years ago, the “NAMASTE Experience” takes place every Wednesday @ Las Dalias in San Carlos, in the north of the magical island of Ibiza. International artists, dancers from India, the Orient, South America and musicians from every continent perform under starlit skies.
An international team of creative artists, musicians, painters, photographers and djs, long time Ibiza’s residents, have come together and brought into being a new spirit of celebration – Namaste!
The “Namaste” gesture is a sign of greeting expressing respect towards others. As a usual gesture, the inside of the palms are joined together and placed on the chest, in proximity of the heart, with the head slightly bowed.
The significance of this gesture is: “I honor the divine spirit in you, which I also honor within me, thus knowing that we are one.”
This is the philosophy behind the Namaste parties

Ibiza’s one and only true Hippy Party & Dance since 22 years, with RESTAURANT A LA CARTE, LIVE SHOWS & CONCERTS, DANCE TEMPLE, CHILL OUT GARDEN, PACHAMAMA SACRED AREA, STREET FOOD AREA, SALON BAZART

  • FREE ENTRY from 7 – 9 pm

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RISE UP & MEDITATE 1min IBIZA EXPERIENCE for PEACE @ Ibiza
Sep 11 @ 7:19 pm

riseup-theibizaexperience
RISE UP & MEDITATE: 1 min IBIZA EXPERIENCE for PEACE @ IBIZA

Every day at 19.19 hrs

1 Minute of meditation, Connecting with your Heart beat and all Humanity Together in silence & positivity.

Let’s bring a positive impact into the world together and SERVE PEACE, CONNECT HUMANITY and AWAKEN CONSCIOUSNESS. Let’s invite consciousness in our heart and let’s radiate love in all directions. All together at the same time. 
Rise Up Ibiza Invites the world to UNITE, CONNECT, and AWAKEN to LOVE, for Peace, Truth… and to write a new Human Story. One Love One Heart.

Sep
12
Thu
2019
ART EXHIBITION: TALKING TREES by Mary-Lynne Stadler @ AUBERGINE IBIZA Restaurant
Sep 12 @ 12:00 pm

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AUBERGINE IBIZA RestaurantART EXHIBITION: TALKING TREES by Mary-Lynne Stadler @ AUBERGINE IBIZA Restaurant

from  12.00 – 24.00 hrs 

An exhibition of paintings, drawings and mixed media works by Mary-Lynne Stadler, with contributions from people from all around the world.

It all began when she met a tree, a very ancient olive tree, on the terraces in the campo behind San Carlos.

The first thing that immediately struck her that day of the first meeting was that she had a heart – a heart that was clearly defined and embraced by her old bent and broken branches.

She has lived through hundreds of years of winds and floods and droughts. She has weathered storms and diseases, as well as interventions by insects, and humans and animals. Every one of those experiences has been scored, more or less deeply, in every fibre, every creeping root and every one of her broken branches, and each one has left its individual mark. And yet, despite the ravages of centuries that have scarred her, she still has a warm and embracing heart that continues to beat with life, and sends fresh new growth to reach the sky.

Mary knew she had to make work about her, and started sketching, there in front of her, in the biting winter wind. There are so many facets to this tree, so much history locked in her, that no single image will tell her story well enough. She has drawn her in pencil and charcoal, ink and gouache and more. At times I have sketched her quickly and roughly, other times the work has been done more painstakingly and in more detail.

In the end, though, she hoped that the range of work mirrors something of the complex nature of the way a single, ancient tree grows, survives and flourishes through the centuries.

Once she started working she began to think more about trees that have featured in her life, and when she started talking to people she realised that they, too, could pick out certain trees from their histories. Then she heard a talk by Canadian forester, Susanne Simard, who has shown that trees have a vast communication network through their roots that covers distances that stretch for many kilometres.

So it occurred to her that it would be interesting to mirror the trees’ communications and start people talking to one another about their trees stories, and sharing their creative interpretations of trees. So that we could generate greater respect for these magnificent plants through making people more aware of their own personal connections to trees.

The contributions quickly started to pour in. And the more interesting, touching or creative ones will become part of the exhibition, as will work by Mary-Lynne’s students and local children.

In the meantime, when all the talk has been about climate change, we need more trees. The scientists are telling us that planting enough more trees could absorb enough CO2 from the atmosphere to give us another decade of breathing space.

So this exhibition is more than just an exhibition. It is a message from the old olive tree to each and every one of us to stop cutting down the trees, and to start planting more trees.

About the Artist

Mary-Lynne Stadler is a fine art painter and printmaker living on the island, and working from her studio at Elysian, in Es Canar.

She fulfilled a life-long ambition to study art as a mature student, when she took an Honours degree in Art and Creative Writing at Bath Spa University College, Bath, England in 2001. She was subsequently awarded a Fellowship in Stone Lithography at the same establishment, and, two years later, joined the Cyprus College of Art on a year-long Postgraduate Diploma in Art.

Cyprus has a way of working its seductive magic on a person, and for the next decade she found herself still living and working there. During that time she was an active member of the art community on the island, participating in many exhibitions and events, including the first Open Studios event there in 2006, and running art workshops for both adults and children at her studio. For a time, she also taught both printmaking and History of Art to the students at the Cyprus College of Art.

She has exhibited widely in the UK and in Cyprus, as well as here on Ibiza, and her work can be found in collections all over the world, from Hawaii to Hong Kong.

LITERARY FESTIVAL 2019 Day 3 @ Ibiza Rocks House at Pikes Hotel
Sep 12 @ 12:00 pm

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LITERARY FESTIVAL 2019 Day 3 @ PIKES HOTEL

from 12.00 – 24.00 hrs

Feelgood Sessions over afternoon tea by Virginia FeelGood

Day 3 – CELEBRATING SPANISH LITERATURE & FILM with Classes & Talks, Interviews & Documentary Screenings

For the very first time Pikes Ibiza is hosting a unique two day Literary Festival.
Headlined by world-renowned, critically acclaimed names from the film and publishing world, and centred around sumptuous evening suppers, author readings and conversation, this spoken-word festival is set to be one of Europe’s most sought-after (and below- the-radar) cultural events of the year.

Award-winning author Irvine Welsh (Trainspotting), screen-writer and author John Niven (Kill Your Friends) and Stephen Armstrong (The White Island) will lead the event in our sprawling grounds. Other high profile names participating include accomplished authors Matt Trollope (Mr.Pikes: The Story Behind the Ibiza Legend) and Neil Forsyth (San Carlos).

ARTISAN MARKET | CRAFT MARKET @ Village square Sant Miguel
Sep 12 @ 6:00 pm


ARTISAN MARKET | CRAFT MARKET | MERCAT d’ARTESANIA @ Sant Miguel de Balansat

from 18.00 – 22.00 hrs

19.15 hrs Ball pages at the church square

Local market with traditional artisan products, ceramics and agroculture

all about Artisan Market Sant Miguel

MOSTRA ARTESANAL @ Sant Rafel
Sep 12 @ 7:00 pm


Sant Antoni de PortmanyMOSTRA ARTESANAL @ Sant Rafel de Forca (main street)

from 19.00 – 23.30 hrs

with Live Performances & Free Tourist Train Trip

La Muestra Artesanal ‘Sant Rafel de Forca’ is the local weekly market in San Rafel with traditional artisan products, ceramics and agriculture

schedule artisan markets Ibiza

RISE UP & MEDITATE 1min IBIZA EXPERIENCE for PEACE @ Ibiza
Sep 12 @ 7:19 pm

riseup-theibizaexperience
RISE UP & MEDITATE: 1 min IBIZA EXPERIENCE for PEACE @ IBIZA

Every day at 19.19 hrs

1 Minute of meditation, Connecting with your Heart beat and all Humanity Together in silence & positivity.

Let’s bring a positive impact into the world together and SERVE PEACE, CONNECT HUMANITY and AWAKEN CONSCIOUSNESS. Let’s invite consciousness in our heart and let’s radiate love in all directions. All together at the same time. 
Rise Up Ibiza Invites the world to UNITE, CONNECT, and AWAKEN to LOVE, for Peace, Truth… and to write a new Human Story. One Love One Heart.

Sep
13
Fri
2019
ART EXHIBITION: TALKING TREES by Mary-Lynne Stadler @ AUBERGINE IBIZA Restaurant
Sep 13 @ 12:00 pm

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AUBERGINE IBIZA RestaurantART EXHIBITION: TALKING TREES by Mary-Lynne Stadler @ AUBERGINE IBIZA Restaurant

from  12.00 – 24.00 hrs 

An exhibition of paintings, drawings and mixed media works by Mary-Lynne Stadler, with contributions from people from all around the world.

It all began when she met a tree, a very ancient olive tree, on the terraces in the campo behind San Carlos.

The first thing that immediately struck her that day of the first meeting was that she had a heart – a heart that was clearly defined and embraced by her old bent and broken branches.

She has lived through hundreds of years of winds and floods and droughts. She has weathered storms and diseases, as well as interventions by insects, and humans and animals. Every one of those experiences has been scored, more or less deeply, in every fibre, every creeping root and every one of her broken branches, and each one has left its individual mark. And yet, despite the ravages of centuries that have scarred her, she still has a warm and embracing heart that continues to beat with life, and sends fresh new growth to reach the sky.

Mary knew she had to make work about her, and started sketching, there in front of her, in the biting winter wind. There are so many facets to this tree, so much history locked in her, that no single image will tell her story well enough. She has drawn her in pencil and charcoal, ink and gouache and more. At times I have sketched her quickly and roughly, other times the work has been done more painstakingly and in more detail.

In the end, though, she hoped that the range of work mirrors something of the complex nature of the way a single, ancient tree grows, survives and flourishes through the centuries.

Once she started working she began to think more about trees that have featured in her life, and when she started talking to people she realised that they, too, could pick out certain trees from their histories. Then she heard a talk by Canadian forester, Susanne Simard, who has shown that trees have a vast communication network through their roots that covers distances that stretch for many kilometres.

So it occurred to her that it would be interesting to mirror the trees’ communications and start people talking to one another about their trees stories, and sharing their creative interpretations of trees. So that we could generate greater respect for these magnificent plants through making people more aware of their own personal connections to trees.

The contributions quickly started to pour in. And the more interesting, touching or creative ones will become part of the exhibition, as will work by Mary-Lynne’s students and local children.

In the meantime, when all the talk has been about climate change, we need more trees. The scientists are telling us that planting enough more trees could absorb enough CO2 from the atmosphere to give us another decade of breathing space.

So this exhibition is more than just an exhibition. It is a message from the old olive tree to each and every one of us to stop cutting down the trees, and to start planting more trees.

About the Artist

Mary-Lynne Stadler is a fine art painter and printmaker living on the island, and working from her studio at Elysian, in Es Canar.

She fulfilled a life-long ambition to study art as a mature student, when she took an Honours degree in Art and Creative Writing at Bath Spa University College, Bath, England in 2001. She was subsequently awarded a Fellowship in Stone Lithography at the same establishment, and, two years later, joined the Cyprus College of Art on a year-long Postgraduate Diploma in Art.

Cyprus has a way of working its seductive magic on a person, and for the next decade she found herself still living and working there. During that time she was an active member of the art community on the island, participating in many exhibitions and events, including the first Open Studios event there in 2006, and running art workshops for both adults and children at her studio. For a time, she also taught both printmaking and History of Art to the students at the Cyprus College of Art.

She has exhibited widely in the UK and in Cyprus, as well as here on Ibiza, and her work can be found in collections all over the world, from Hawaii to Hong Kong.

MERCADILLO DE SANT ANTONI | EL MERCAT DE TOTS – MERCADILLO ARTESANAL Y AGROECOLOGICO @ Art & Mercat Sant Antoni
Sep 13 @ 6:00 pm

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MERCADILLO DE SANT ANTONI @ BEHIND the CHURCH of SAN ANTONIO

Fridays from 18.00 – 24.00 hrs

 EL MERCAT DE TOTS – MERCADILLO ARTESANAL y AGROECOLOGICO or
 THE MARKET FOR ALL – ARTISAN & AGROECOLOGICAL MARKET organised by Art & Mercat with kids activities, from 2pm Paella is served while you can shop for art and artisan products accompanied by live music.

RISE UP & MEDITATE 1min IBIZA EXPERIENCE for PEACE @ Ibiza
Sep 13 @ 7:19 pm

riseup-theibizaexperience
RISE UP & MEDITATE: 1 min IBIZA EXPERIENCE for PEACE @ IBIZA

Every day at 19.19 hrs

1 Minute of meditation, Connecting with your Heart beat and all Humanity Together in silence & positivity.

Let’s bring a positive impact into the world together and SERVE PEACE, CONNECT HUMANITY and AWAKEN CONSCIOUSNESS. Let’s invite consciousness in our heart and let’s radiate love in all directions. All together at the same time. 
Rise Up Ibiza Invites the world to UNITE, CONNECT, and AWAKEN to LOVE, for Peace, Truth… and to write a new Human Story. One Love One Heart.

Sep
14
Sat
2019
FAMILY VISITS @ Museum of Contemporary Art Museum of Ibiza and Puget
Sep 14 @ 10:00 am


Ajuntament D'EivissaFAMILY VISITS @ Museum of Contemporary Art Museum of Ibiza and Puget Museum

from 10.30 – 13.00 hrs

Guided museum visits for families with children aged between 3 and 12 years as we want to familiarize children with contemporary art in a playful context which also involved the parents, the biggest ….
The activity consists of a visit to the museum in general (permanent collection) or a specific approach (temporary exhibition)

– Free admission but Limited
– It is essential to register and book: MACE 2723 97 130, Museum and Puget 971 392 147  or e-mail: mac@eivissa.es

HIPPY MARKET @ LAS DALIAS IBIZA
Sep 14 @ 10:00 am


LAS DALIAS IBIZAHIPPY MARKET @ LAS DALIAS IBIZA

Open from 10.00 – 20.00 hrs

Ibiza’s Original Hippy Market and fascinating oasis of color, peace, music, dreams …

In Sant Carles, in the north of Ibiza, the Las Dalias Hippy Market is celebrating every Saturday with a strong commitment to handmade, exclusive and accessible clothing.
Walking through the garden you can immerse yourself in a fascinating network of fabrics, beads, unique objects and stalls where the talent of the most avant-garde artisans fuses with an atmosphere of harmony and that legacy of hippies of Ibiza

read more: HIPPY MARKET LAS DALIAS


ART EXHIBITION: TALKING TREES by Mary-Lynne Stadler @ AUBERGINE IBIZA Restaurant
Sep 14 @ 12:00 pm

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AUBERGINE IBIZA RestaurantART EXHIBITION: TALKING TREES by Mary-Lynne Stadler @ AUBERGINE IBIZA Restaurant

from  12.00 – 24.00 hrs 

An exhibition of paintings, drawings and mixed media works by Mary-Lynne Stadler, with contributions from people from all around the world.

It all began when she met a tree, a very ancient olive tree, on the terraces in the campo behind San Carlos.

The first thing that immediately struck her that day of the first meeting was that she had a heart – a heart that was clearly defined and embraced by her old bent and broken branches.

She has lived through hundreds of years of winds and floods and droughts. She has weathered storms and diseases, as well as interventions by insects, and humans and animals. Every one of those experiences has been scored, more or less deeply, in every fibre, every creeping root and every one of her broken branches, and each one has left its individual mark. And yet, despite the ravages of centuries that have scarred her, she still has a warm and embracing heart that continues to beat with life, and sends fresh new growth to reach the sky.

Mary knew she had to make work about her, and started sketching, there in front of her, in the biting winter wind. There are so many facets to this tree, so much history locked in her, that no single image will tell her story well enough. She has drawn her in pencil and charcoal, ink and gouache and more. At times I have sketched her quickly and roughly, other times the work has been done more painstakingly and in more detail.

In the end, though, she hoped that the range of work mirrors something of the complex nature of the way a single, ancient tree grows, survives and flourishes through the centuries.

Once she started working she began to think more about trees that have featured in her life, and when she started talking to people she realised that they, too, could pick out certain trees from their histories. Then she heard a talk by Canadian forester, Susanne Simard, who has shown that trees have a vast communication network through their roots that covers distances that stretch for many kilometres.

So it occurred to her that it would be interesting to mirror the trees’ communications and start people talking to one another about their trees stories, and sharing their creative interpretations of trees. So that we could generate greater respect for these magnificent plants through making people more aware of their own personal connections to trees.

The contributions quickly started to pour in. And the more interesting, touching or creative ones will become part of the exhibition, as will work by Mary-Lynne’s students and local children.

In the meantime, when all the talk has been about climate change, we need more trees. The scientists are telling us that planting enough more trees could absorb enough CO2 from the atmosphere to give us another decade of breathing space.

So this exhibition is more than just an exhibition. It is a message from the old olive tree to each and every one of us to stop cutting down the trees, and to start planting more trees.

About the Artist

Mary-Lynne Stadler is a fine art painter and printmaker living on the island, and working from her studio at Elysian, in Es Canar.

She fulfilled a life-long ambition to study art as a mature student, when she took an Honours degree in Art and Creative Writing at Bath Spa University College, Bath, England in 2001. She was subsequently awarded a Fellowship in Stone Lithography at the same establishment, and, two years later, joined the Cyprus College of Art on a year-long Postgraduate Diploma in Art.

Cyprus has a way of working its seductive magic on a person, and for the next decade she found herself still living and working there. During that time she was an active member of the art community on the island, participating in many exhibitions and events, including the first Open Studios event there in 2006, and running art workshops for both adults and children at her studio. For a time, she also taught both printmaking and History of Art to the students at the Cyprus College of Art.

She has exhibited widely in the UK and in Cyprus, as well as here on Ibiza, and her work can be found in collections all over the world, from Hawaii to Hong Kong.

RISE UP & MEDITATE 1min IBIZA EXPERIENCE for PEACE @ Ibiza
Sep 14 @ 7:19 pm

riseup-theibizaexperience
RISE UP & MEDITATE: 1 min IBIZA EXPERIENCE for PEACE @ IBIZA

Every day at 19.19 hrs

1 Minute of meditation, Connecting with your Heart beat and all Humanity Together in silence & positivity.

Let’s bring a positive impact into the world together and SERVE PEACE, CONNECT HUMANITY and AWAKEN CONSCIOUSNESS. Let’s invite consciousness in our heart and let’s radiate love in all directions. All together at the same time. 
Rise Up Ibiza Invites the world to UNITE, CONNECT, and AWAKEN to LOVE, for Peace, Truth… and to write a new Human Story. One Love One Heart.

Sep
15
Sun
2019
FAMILY VISITS @ Museum of Contemporary Art Museum of Ibiza and Puget
Sep 15 @ 10:00 am


Ajuntament D'EivissaFAMILY VISITS @ Museum of Contemporary Art Museum of Ibiza and Puget Museum

from 10.30 – 13.00 hrs

Guided museum visits for families with children aged between 3 and 12 years as we want to familiarize children with contemporary art in a playful context which also involved the parents, the biggest ….
The activity consists of a visit to the museum in general (permanent collection) or a specific approach (temporary exhibition)

– Free admission but Limited
– It is essential to register and book: MACE 2723 97 130, Museum and Puget 971 392 147  or e-mail: mac@eivissa.es

SUNDAY MARKET SAN JUAN – Mercadillo Artesanal Dominical Sant Joan de Labritja @ Sant Joan de Labritja
Sep 15 @ 10:00 am – 3:00 pm

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Mercadillo Artesanal Dominical Sant Joan de Labritja SUNDAY MARKET SAN JUAN – Mercadillo Artesanal Dominical Sant Joan de Labritja

Open from 10:00 – 15:00 hrs

Live music: TBA

Leave your cell phone at home and come celebrate this Sunday with lots of surprises and ecological agriculture products, crafts, curiosities and art

read more: SUNDAY MARKET SAN JUAN

ART EXHIBITION: TALKING TREES by Mary-Lynne Stadler @ AUBERGINE IBIZA Restaurant
Sep 15 @ 12:00 pm

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AUBERGINE IBIZA RestaurantART EXHIBITION: TALKING TREES by Mary-Lynne Stadler @ AUBERGINE IBIZA Restaurant

from  12.00 – 24.00 hrs 

An exhibition of paintings, drawings and mixed media works by Mary-Lynne Stadler, with contributions from people from all around the world.

It all began when she met a tree, a very ancient olive tree, on the terraces in the campo behind San Carlos.

The first thing that immediately struck her that day of the first meeting was that she had a heart – a heart that was clearly defined and embraced by her old bent and broken branches.

She has lived through hundreds of years of winds and floods and droughts. She has weathered storms and diseases, as well as interventions by insects, and humans and animals. Every one of those experiences has been scored, more or less deeply, in every fibre, every creeping root and every one of her broken branches, and each one has left its individual mark. And yet, despite the ravages of centuries that have scarred her, she still has a warm and embracing heart that continues to beat with life, and sends fresh new growth to reach the sky.

Mary knew she had to make work about her, and started sketching, there in front of her, in the biting winter wind. There are so many facets to this tree, so much history locked in her, that no single image will tell her story well enough. She has drawn her in pencil and charcoal, ink and gouache and more. At times I have sketched her quickly and roughly, other times the work has been done more painstakingly and in more detail.

In the end, though, she hoped that the range of work mirrors something of the complex nature of the way a single, ancient tree grows, survives and flourishes through the centuries.

Once she started working she began to think more about trees that have featured in her life, and when she started talking to people she realised that they, too, could pick out certain trees from their histories. Then she heard a talk by Canadian forester, Susanne Simard, who has shown that trees have a vast communication network through their roots that covers distances that stretch for many kilometres.

So it occurred to her that it would be interesting to mirror the trees’ communications and start people talking to one another about their trees stories, and sharing their creative interpretations of trees. So that we could generate greater respect for these magnificent plants through making people more aware of their own personal connections to trees.

The contributions quickly started to pour in. And the more interesting, touching or creative ones will become part of the exhibition, as will work by Mary-Lynne’s students and local children.

In the meantime, when all the talk has been about climate change, we need more trees. The scientists are telling us that planting enough more trees could absorb enough CO2 from the atmosphere to give us another decade of breathing space.

So this exhibition is more than just an exhibition. It is a message from the old olive tree to each and every one of us to stop cutting down the trees, and to start planting more trees.

About the Artist

Mary-Lynne Stadler is a fine art painter and printmaker living on the island, and working from her studio at Elysian, in Es Canar.

She fulfilled a life-long ambition to study art as a mature student, when she took an Honours degree in Art and Creative Writing at Bath Spa University College, Bath, England in 2001. She was subsequently awarded a Fellowship in Stone Lithography at the same establishment, and, two years later, joined the Cyprus College of Art on a year-long Postgraduate Diploma in Art.

Cyprus has a way of working its seductive magic on a person, and for the next decade she found herself still living and working there. During that time she was an active member of the art community on the island, participating in many exhibitions and events, including the first Open Studios event there in 2006, and running art workshops for both adults and children at her studio. For a time, she also taught both printmaking and History of Art to the students at the Cyprus College of Art.

She has exhibited widely in the UK and in Cyprus, as well as here on Ibiza, and her work can be found in collections all over the world, from Hawaii to Hong Kong.

RISE UP & MEDITATE 1min IBIZA EXPERIENCE for PEACE @ Ibiza
Sep 15 @ 7:19 pm

riseup-theibizaexperience
RISE UP & MEDITATE: 1 min IBIZA EXPERIENCE for PEACE @ IBIZA

Every day at 19.19 hrs

1 Minute of meditation, Connecting with your Heart beat and all Humanity Together in silence & positivity.

Let’s bring a positive impact into the world together and SERVE PEACE, CONNECT HUMANITY and AWAKEN CONSCIOUSNESS. Let’s invite consciousness in our heart and let’s radiate love in all directions. All together at the same time. 
Rise Up Ibiza Invites the world to UNITE, CONNECT, and AWAKEN to LOVE, for Peace, Truth… and to write a new Human Story. One Love One Heart.

Sep
16
Mon
2019
ART EXHIBITION: TALKING TREES by Mary-Lynne Stadler @ AUBERGINE IBIZA Restaurant
Sep 16 @ 12:00 pm

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AUBERGINE IBIZA RestaurantART EXHIBITION: TALKING TREES by Mary-Lynne Stadler @ AUBERGINE IBIZA Restaurant

from  12.00 – 24.00 hrs 

An exhibition of paintings, drawings and mixed media works by Mary-Lynne Stadler, with contributions from people from all around the world.

It all began when she met a tree, a very ancient olive tree, on the terraces in the campo behind San Carlos.

The first thing that immediately struck her that day of the first meeting was that she had a heart – a heart that was clearly defined and embraced by her old bent and broken branches.

She has lived through hundreds of years of winds and floods and droughts. She has weathered storms and diseases, as well as interventions by insects, and humans and animals. Every one of those experiences has been scored, more or less deeply, in every fibre, every creeping root and every one of her broken branches, and each one has left its individual mark. And yet, despite the ravages of centuries that have scarred her, she still has a warm and embracing heart that continues to beat with life, and sends fresh new growth to reach the sky.

Mary knew she had to make work about her, and started sketching, there in front of her, in the biting winter wind. There are so many facets to this tree, so much history locked in her, that no single image will tell her story well enough. She has drawn her in pencil and charcoal, ink and gouache and more. At times I have sketched her quickly and roughly, other times the work has been done more painstakingly and in more detail.

In the end, though, she hoped that the range of work mirrors something of the complex nature of the way a single, ancient tree grows, survives and flourishes through the centuries.

Once she started working she began to think more about trees that have featured in her life, and when she started talking to people she realised that they, too, could pick out certain trees from their histories. Then she heard a talk by Canadian forester, Susanne Simard, who has shown that trees have a vast communication network through their roots that covers distances that stretch for many kilometres.

So it occurred to her that it would be interesting to mirror the trees’ communications and start people talking to one another about their trees stories, and sharing their creative interpretations of trees. So that we could generate greater respect for these magnificent plants through making people more aware of their own personal connections to trees.

The contributions quickly started to pour in. And the more interesting, touching or creative ones will become part of the exhibition, as will work by Mary-Lynne’s students and local children.

In the meantime, when all the talk has been about climate change, we need more trees. The scientists are telling us that planting enough more trees could absorb enough CO2 from the atmosphere to give us another decade of breathing space.

So this exhibition is more than just an exhibition. It is a message from the old olive tree to each and every one of us to stop cutting down the trees, and to start planting more trees.

About the Artist

Mary-Lynne Stadler is a fine art painter and printmaker living on the island, and working from her studio at Elysian, in Es Canar.

She fulfilled a life-long ambition to study art as a mature student, when she took an Honours degree in Art and Creative Writing at Bath Spa University College, Bath, England in 2001. She was subsequently awarded a Fellowship in Stone Lithography at the same establishment, and, two years later, joined the Cyprus College of Art on a year-long Postgraduate Diploma in Art.

Cyprus has a way of working its seductive magic on a person, and for the next decade she found herself still living and working there. During that time she was an active member of the art community on the island, participating in many exhibitions and events, including the first Open Studios event there in 2006, and running art workshops for both adults and children at her studio. For a time, she also taught both printmaking and History of Art to the students at the Cyprus College of Art.

She has exhibited widely in the UK and in Cyprus, as well as here on Ibiza, and her work can be found in collections all over the world, from Hawaii to Hong Kong.

HIPPY NIGHT MARKET or Mercadillo Nocturno @ LAS DALIAS IBIZA
Sep 16 @ 7:00 pm

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Las Dalias Night MarketHIPPY NIGHT MARKET @ LAS DALIAS IBIZA

Open from 19.00 – 01.00 hrs

Discover our renovated gastronomic areas and of course feel the coolness of a Night Market experience.

Initiated in 2005 the LAS DALIAS NIGHT MARKET or Mercadillo Nocturno is a more relaxed version of the classic hippy market, with over hundred posts, many of them exclusive for these market nights, where the selection is carried out with strict criteria of quality and originality. It has the “Art Corner” and a kids area with puppet theater, juggling, games and balloon twisting
Besides shopping, there is room for recreation in the tent, juice stands or in the restaurant, under the vineyard garden serving al fresco dinners.
Enjoy live music, usually acoustic and with frequent surprise concerts by musicians of national and international stature.

The Las Dalias Night Market is held on Mondays and Tuesdays from June to September
* In August the Night Markets with Food Truck Festival are also held on Sundays from 19 to 01 hrs.

read more: HIPPY MARKET LAS DALIAS

RISE UP & MEDITATE 1min IBIZA EXPERIENCE for PEACE @ Ibiza
Sep 16 @ 7:19 pm

riseup-theibizaexperience
RISE UP & MEDITATE: 1 min IBIZA EXPERIENCE for PEACE @ IBIZA

Every day at 19.19 hrs

1 Minute of meditation, Connecting with your Heart beat and all Humanity Together in silence & positivity.

Let’s bring a positive impact into the world together and SERVE PEACE, CONNECT HUMANITY and AWAKEN CONSCIOUSNESS. Let’s invite consciousness in our heart and let’s radiate love in all directions. All together at the same time. 
Rise Up Ibiza Invites the world to UNITE, CONNECT, and AWAKEN to LOVE, for Peace, Truth… and to write a new Human Story. One Love One Heart.

Sep
17
Tue
2019
ART EXHIBITION: TALKING TREES by Mary-Lynne Stadler @ AUBERGINE IBIZA Restaurant
Sep 17 @ 12:00 pm

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AUBERGINE IBIZA RestaurantART EXHIBITION: TALKING TREES by Mary-Lynne Stadler @ AUBERGINE IBIZA Restaurant

from  12.00 – 24.00 hrs 

An exhibition of paintings, drawings and mixed media works by Mary-Lynne Stadler, with contributions from people from all around the world.

It all began when she met a tree, a very ancient olive tree, on the terraces in the campo behind San Carlos.

The first thing that immediately struck her that day of the first meeting was that she had a heart – a heart that was clearly defined and embraced by her old bent and broken branches.

She has lived through hundreds of years of winds and floods and droughts. She has weathered storms and diseases, as well as interventions by insects, and humans and animals. Every one of those experiences has been scored, more or less deeply, in every fibre, every creeping root and every one of her broken branches, and each one has left its individual mark. And yet, despite the ravages of centuries that have scarred her, she still has a warm and embracing heart that continues to beat with life, and sends fresh new growth to reach the sky.

Mary knew she had to make work about her, and started sketching, there in front of her, in the biting winter wind. There are so many facets to this tree, so much history locked in her, that no single image will tell her story well enough. She has drawn her in pencil and charcoal, ink and gouache and more. At times I have sketched her quickly and roughly, other times the work has been done more painstakingly and in more detail.

In the end, though, she hoped that the range of work mirrors something of the complex nature of the way a single, ancient tree grows, survives and flourishes through the centuries.

Once she started working she began to think more about trees that have featured in her life, and when she started talking to people she realised that they, too, could pick out certain trees from their histories. Then she heard a talk by Canadian forester, Susanne Simard, who has shown that trees have a vast communication network through their roots that covers distances that stretch for many kilometres.

So it occurred to her that it would be interesting to mirror the trees’ communications and start people talking to one another about their trees stories, and sharing their creative interpretations of trees. So that we could generate greater respect for these magnificent plants through making people more aware of their own personal connections to trees.

The contributions quickly started to pour in. And the more interesting, touching or creative ones will become part of the exhibition, as will work by Mary-Lynne’s students and local children.

In the meantime, when all the talk has been about climate change, we need more trees. The scientists are telling us that planting enough more trees could absorb enough CO2 from the atmosphere to give us another decade of breathing space.

So this exhibition is more than just an exhibition. It is a message from the old olive tree to each and every one of us to stop cutting down the trees, and to start planting more trees.

About the Artist

Mary-Lynne Stadler is a fine art painter and printmaker living on the island, and working from her studio at Elysian, in Es Canar.

She fulfilled a life-long ambition to study art as a mature student, when she took an Honours degree in Art and Creative Writing at Bath Spa University College, Bath, England in 2001. She was subsequently awarded a Fellowship in Stone Lithography at the same establishment, and, two years later, joined the Cyprus College of Art on a year-long Postgraduate Diploma in Art.

Cyprus has a way of working its seductive magic on a person, and for the next decade she found herself still living and working there. During that time she was an active member of the art community on the island, participating in many exhibitions and events, including the first Open Studios event there in 2006, and running art workshops for both adults and children at her studio. For a time, she also taught both printmaking and History of Art to the students at the Cyprus College of Art.

She has exhibited widely in the UK and in Cyprus, as well as here on Ibiza, and her work can be found in collections all over the world, from Hawaii to Hong Kong.

HIPPY NIGHT MARKET or Mercadillo Nocturno @ LAS DALIAS IBIZA
Sep 17 @ 7:00 pm

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Las Dalias Night MarketHIPPY NIGHT MARKET @ LAS DALIAS IBIZA

Open from 19.00 – 01.00 hrs

Discover our renovated gastronomic areas and of course feel the coolness of a Night Market experience.

Initiated in 2005 the LAS DALIAS NIGHT MARKET or Mercadillo Nocturno is a more relaxed version of the classic hippy market, with over hundred posts, many of them exclusive for these market nights, where the selection is carried out with strict criteria of quality and originality. It has the “Art Corner” and a kids area with puppet theater, juggling, games and balloon twisting
Besides shopping, there is room for recreation in the tent, juice stands or in the restaurant, under the vineyard garden serving al fresco dinners.
Enjoy live music, usually acoustic and with frequent surprise concerts by musicians of national and international stature.

The Las Dalias Night Market is held on Mondays and Tuesdays from June to September
* In August the Night Markets with Food Truck Festival are also held on Sundays from 19 to 01 hrs.

read more: HIPPY MARKET LAS DALIAS

RISE UP & MEDITATE 1min IBIZA EXPERIENCE for PEACE @ Ibiza
Sep 17 @ 7:19 pm

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RISE UP & MEDITATE: 1 min IBIZA EXPERIENCE for PEACE @ IBIZA

Every day at 19.19 hrs

1 Minute of meditation, Connecting with your Heart beat and all Humanity Together in silence & positivity.

Let’s bring a positive impact into the world together and SERVE PEACE, CONNECT HUMANITY and AWAKEN CONSCIOUSNESS. Let’s invite consciousness in our heart and let’s radiate love in all directions. All together at the same time. 
Rise Up Ibiza Invites the world to UNITE, CONNECT, and AWAKEN to LOVE, for Peace, Truth… and to write a new Human Story. One Love One Heart.

HEART FACTORY > DO NOT SIT ON THE FURNITURE by Behrouz @ HEART IBIZA Club Restaurant
Sep 17 @ 11:30 pm

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HEART FACTORY > DO NOT SIT ON THE FURNITURE by Behrouz @ HEART IBIZA Club Restaurant 

from 23.30 – 06.30 hrs

ibizaopeningpartyticketHeart Factory & BEHROUZ present… DO NOT SIT ON THE FURNITURE at HEART, IBIZA

Come and live the true today’s musical experience, different and inimitable by HEART FACTORY, where every session will be a different and unrepeatable episode.

DATES: June 25th – July 23rd – August 20th – September 17th

all about: HEART FACTORY

all about: HEART IBIZA

Sep
18
Wed
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HIPPY MARKET PUNTA ARABI @ ES CANAR
Sep 18 @ 10:00 am

HIPPY MARKET PUNTA ARABI 2019
HIPPY MARKET PUNTA ARABIHIPPY MARKET PUNTA ARABI @ ES CANAR, IBIZA

from 10.00 – 18.00 hrs

14.00 – 16.00 hrs Live Music at La Carp: TBA
13.30 – 15.30 hrs Paella on the terrace of the Grill restaurant

The most hippie essence of the island is found every Wednesday at the Hippy Market Punta Arabí Ibiza 2019!
Explore more than 500 craft stalls offering their most exclusive creations of crafts, fashion, jewelry, handkerchiefs, natural cosmetics, antiques, musical instruments, and articles brought from different parts of the world.
Savor our delicious traditional paella, discover our own craft beer and try our healthy smoothies. 
Be yourself, dance nonstop and feel the live music!
Authentic hippies of the early years and the new generation of young craftsmen come together every Wednesday, in this magical event.

Every corner of Hippy Market Punta Arabí IBIZA is magical. Join us for this special event, Wednesday, April 3rd!

46 years of authentic hippie essence in Ibiza!

– read more: HIPPY MARKET PUNTA ARABI

ART EXHIBITION: TALKING TREES by Mary-Lynne Stadler @ AUBERGINE IBIZA Restaurant
Sep 18 @ 12:00 pm

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AUBERGINE IBIZA RestaurantART EXHIBITION: TALKING TREES by Mary-Lynne Stadler @ AUBERGINE IBIZA Restaurant

from  12.00 – 24.00 hrs 

An exhibition of paintings, drawings and mixed media works by Mary-Lynne Stadler, with contributions from people from all around the world.

It all began when she met a tree, a very ancient olive tree, on the terraces in the campo behind San Carlos.

The first thing that immediately struck her that day of the first meeting was that she had a heart – a heart that was clearly defined and embraced by her old bent and broken branches.

She has lived through hundreds of years of winds and floods and droughts. She has weathered storms and diseases, as well as interventions by insects, and humans and animals. Every one of those experiences has been scored, more or less deeply, in every fibre, every creeping root and every one of her broken branches, and each one has left its individual mark. And yet, despite the ravages of centuries that have scarred her, she still has a warm and embracing heart that continues to beat with life, and sends fresh new growth to reach the sky.

Mary knew she had to make work about her, and started sketching, there in front of her, in the biting winter wind. There are so many facets to this tree, so much history locked in her, that no single image will tell her story well enough. She has drawn her in pencil and charcoal, ink and gouache and more. At times I have sketched her quickly and roughly, other times the work has been done more painstakingly and in more detail.

In the end, though, she hoped that the range of work mirrors something of the complex nature of the way a single, ancient tree grows, survives and flourishes through the centuries.

Once she started working she began to think more about trees that have featured in her life, and when she started talking to people she realised that they, too, could pick out certain trees from their histories. Then she heard a talk by Canadian forester, Susanne Simard, who has shown that trees have a vast communication network through their roots that covers distances that stretch for many kilometres.

So it occurred to her that it would be interesting to mirror the trees’ communications and start people talking to one another about their trees stories, and sharing their creative interpretations of trees. So that we could generate greater respect for these magnificent plants through making people more aware of their own personal connections to trees.

The contributions quickly started to pour in. And the more interesting, touching or creative ones will become part of the exhibition, as will work by Mary-Lynne’s students and local children.

In the meantime, when all the talk has been about climate change, we need more trees. The scientists are telling us that planting enough more trees could absorb enough CO2 from the atmosphere to give us another decade of breathing space.

So this exhibition is more than just an exhibition. It is a message from the old olive tree to each and every one of us to stop cutting down the trees, and to start planting more trees.

About the Artist

Mary-Lynne Stadler is a fine art painter and printmaker living on the island, and working from her studio at Elysian, in Es Canar.

She fulfilled a life-long ambition to study art as a mature student, when she took an Honours degree in Art and Creative Writing at Bath Spa University College, Bath, England in 2001. She was subsequently awarded a Fellowship in Stone Lithography at the same establishment, and, two years later, joined the Cyprus College of Art on a year-long Postgraduate Diploma in Art.

Cyprus has a way of working its seductive magic on a person, and for the next decade she found herself still living and working there. During that time she was an active member of the art community on the island, participating in many exhibitions and events, including the first Open Studios event there in 2006, and running art workshops for both adults and children at her studio. For a time, she also taught both printmaking and History of Art to the students at the Cyprus College of Art.

She has exhibited widely in the UK and in Cyprus, as well as here on Ibiza, and her work can be found in collections all over the world, from Hawaii to Hong Kong.

NAMASTE @ Las Dalias
Sep 18 @ 7:00 pm

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LAS DALIAS IBIZANAMASTE @ LAS DALIAS

from 19.00 – 03.00 hrs

lineup: TBA
disco: TBA
VISUALES BY HYPNÓTICA

* “Namaste Experience” has grown into one of the most popular and internationally renowned parties on Ibiza.
Born 20 years ago, the “NAMASTE Experience” takes place every Wednesday @ Las Dalias in San Carlos, in the north of the magical island of Ibiza. International artists, dancers from India, the Orient, South America and musicians from every continent perform under starlit skies.
An international team of creative artists, musicians, painters, photographers and djs, long time Ibiza’s residents, have come together and brought into being a new spirit of celebration – Namaste!
The “Namaste” gesture is a sign of greeting expressing respect towards others. As a usual gesture, the inside of the palms are joined together and placed on the chest, in proximity of the heart, with the head slightly bowed.
The significance of this gesture is: “I honor the divine spirit in you, which I also honor within me, thus knowing that we are one.”
This is the philosophy behind the Namaste parties

Ibiza’s one and only true Hippy Party & Dance since 22 years, with RESTAURANT A LA CARTE, LIVE SHOWS & CONCERTS, DANCE TEMPLE, CHILL OUT GARDEN, PACHAMAMA SACRED AREA, STREET FOOD AREA, SALON BAZART

  • FREE ENTRY from 7 – 9 pm

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RISE UP & MEDITATE 1min IBIZA EXPERIENCE for PEACE @ Ibiza
Sep 18 @ 7:19 pm

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RISE UP & MEDITATE: 1 min IBIZA EXPERIENCE for PEACE @ IBIZA

Every day at 19.19 hrs

1 Minute of meditation, Connecting with your Heart beat and all Humanity Together in silence & positivity.

Let’s bring a positive impact into the world together and SERVE PEACE, CONNECT HUMANITY and AWAKEN CONSCIOUSNESS. Let’s invite consciousness in our heart and let’s radiate love in all directions. All together at the same time. 
Rise Up Ibiza Invites the world to UNITE, CONNECT, and AWAKEN to LOVE, for Peace, Truth… and to write a new Human Story. One Love One Heart.

Sep
19
Thu
2019
ART EXHIBITION: TALKING TREES by Mary-Lynne Stadler @ AUBERGINE IBIZA Restaurant
Sep 19 @ 12:00 pm

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AUBERGINE IBIZA RestaurantART EXHIBITION: TALKING TREES by Mary-Lynne Stadler @ AUBERGINE IBIZA Restaurant

from  12.00 – 24.00 hrs 

An exhibition of paintings, drawings and mixed media works by Mary-Lynne Stadler, with contributions from people from all around the world.

It all began when she met a tree, a very ancient olive tree, on the terraces in the campo behind San Carlos.

The first thing that immediately struck her that day of the first meeting was that she had a heart – a heart that was clearly defined and embraced by her old bent and broken branches.

She has lived through hundreds of years of winds and floods and droughts. She has weathered storms and diseases, as well as interventions by insects, and humans and animals. Every one of those experiences has been scored, more or less deeply, in every fibre, every creeping root and every one of her broken branches, and each one has left its individual mark. And yet, despite the ravages of centuries that have scarred her, she still has a warm and embracing heart that continues to beat with life, and sends fresh new growth to reach the sky.

Mary knew she had to make work about her, and started sketching, there in front of her, in the biting winter wind. There are so many facets to this tree, so much history locked in her, that no single image will tell her story well enough. She has drawn her in pencil and charcoal, ink and gouache and more. At times I have sketched her quickly and roughly, other times the work has been done more painstakingly and in more detail.

In the end, though, she hoped that the range of work mirrors something of the complex nature of the way a single, ancient tree grows, survives and flourishes through the centuries.

Once she started working she began to think more about trees that have featured in her life, and when she started talking to people she realised that they, too, could pick out certain trees from their histories. Then she heard a talk by Canadian forester, Susanne Simard, who has shown that trees have a vast communication network through their roots that covers distances that stretch for many kilometres.

So it occurred to her that it would be interesting to mirror the trees’ communications and start people talking to one another about their trees stories, and sharing their creative interpretations of trees. So that we could generate greater respect for these magnificent plants through making people more aware of their own personal connections to trees.

The contributions quickly started to pour in. And the more interesting, touching or creative ones will become part of the exhibition, as will work by Mary-Lynne’s students and local children.

In the meantime, when all the talk has been about climate change, we need more trees. The scientists are telling us that planting enough more trees could absorb enough CO2 from the atmosphere to give us another decade of breathing space.

So this exhibition is more than just an exhibition. It is a message from the old olive tree to each and every one of us to stop cutting down the trees, and to start planting more trees.

About the Artist

Mary-Lynne Stadler is a fine art painter and printmaker living on the island, and working from her studio at Elysian, in Es Canar.

She fulfilled a life-long ambition to study art as a mature student, when she took an Honours degree in Art and Creative Writing at Bath Spa University College, Bath, England in 2001. She was subsequently awarded a Fellowship in Stone Lithography at the same establishment, and, two years later, joined the Cyprus College of Art on a year-long Postgraduate Diploma in Art.

Cyprus has a way of working its seductive magic on a person, and for the next decade she found herself still living and working there. During that time she was an active member of the art community on the island, participating in many exhibitions and events, including the first Open Studios event there in 2006, and running art workshops for both adults and children at her studio. For a time, she also taught both printmaking and History of Art to the students at the Cyprus College of Art.

She has exhibited widely in the UK and in Cyprus, as well as here on Ibiza, and her work can be found in collections all over the world, from Hawaii to Hong Kong.

ARTISAN MARKET | CRAFT MARKET @ Village square Sant Miguel
Sep 19 @ 6:00 pm


ARTISAN MARKET | CRAFT MARKET | MERCAT d’ARTESANIA @ Sant Miguel de Balansat

from 18.00 – 22.00 hrs

19.15 hrs Ball pages at the church square

Local market with traditional artisan products, ceramics and agroculture

all about Artisan Market Sant Miguel

RISE UP & MEDITATE 1min IBIZA EXPERIENCE for PEACE @ Ibiza
Sep 19 @ 7:19 pm

riseup-theibizaexperience
RISE UP & MEDITATE: 1 min IBIZA EXPERIENCE for PEACE @ IBIZA

Every day at 19.19 hrs

1 Minute of meditation, Connecting with your Heart beat and all Humanity Together in silence & positivity.

Let’s bring a positive impact into the world together and SERVE PEACE, CONNECT HUMANITY and AWAKEN CONSCIOUSNESS. Let’s invite consciousness in our heart and let’s radiate love in all directions. All together at the same time. 
Rise Up Ibiza Invites the world to UNITE, CONNECT, and AWAKEN to LOVE, for Peace, Truth… and to write a new Human Story. One Love One Heart.

Sep
20
Fri
2019
ART EXHIBITION: TALKING TREES by Mary-Lynne Stadler @ AUBERGINE IBIZA Restaurant
Sep 20 @ 12:00 pm

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AUBERGINE IBIZA RestaurantART EXHIBITION: TALKING TREES by Mary-Lynne Stadler @ AUBERGINE IBIZA Restaurant

from  12.00 – 24.00 hrs 

An exhibition of paintings, drawings and mixed media works by Mary-Lynne Stadler, with contributions from people from all around the world.

It all began when she met a tree, a very ancient olive tree, on the terraces in the campo behind San Carlos.

The first thing that immediately struck her that day of the first meeting was that she had a heart – a heart that was clearly defined and embraced by her old bent and broken branches.

She has lived through hundreds of years of winds and floods and droughts. She has weathered storms and diseases, as well as interventions by insects, and humans and animals. Every one of those experiences has been scored, more or less deeply, in every fibre, every creeping root and every one of her broken branches, and each one has left its individual mark. And yet, despite the ravages of centuries that have scarred her, she still has a warm and embracing heart that continues to beat with life, and sends fresh new growth to reach the sky.

Mary knew she had to make work about her, and started sketching, there in front of her, in the biting winter wind. There are so many facets to this tree, so much history locked in her, that no single image will tell her story well enough. She has drawn her in pencil and charcoal, ink and gouache and more. At times I have sketched her quickly and roughly, other times the work has been done more painstakingly and in more detail.

In the end, though, she hoped that the range of work mirrors something of the complex nature of the way a single, ancient tree grows, survives and flourishes through the centuries.

Once she started working she began to think more about trees that have featured in her life, and when she started talking to people she realised that they, too, could pick out certain trees from their histories. Then she heard a talk by Canadian forester, Susanne Simard, who has shown that trees have a vast communication network through their roots that covers distances that stretch for many kilometres.

So it occurred to her that it would be interesting to mirror the trees’ communications and start people talking to one another about their trees stories, and sharing their creative interpretations of trees. So that we could generate greater respect for these magnificent plants through making people more aware of their own personal connections to trees.

The contributions quickly started to pour in. And the more interesting, touching or creative ones will become part of the exhibition, as will work by Mary-Lynne’s students and local children.

In the meantime, when all the talk has been about climate change, we need more trees. The scientists are telling us that planting enough more trees could absorb enough CO2 from the atmosphere to give us another decade of breathing space.

So this exhibition is more than just an exhibition. It is a message from the old olive tree to each and every one of us to stop cutting down the trees, and to start planting more trees.

About the Artist

Mary-Lynne Stadler is a fine art painter and printmaker living on the island, and working from her studio at Elysian, in Es Canar.

She fulfilled a life-long ambition to study art as a mature student, when she took an Honours degree in Art and Creative Writing at Bath Spa University College, Bath, England in 2001. She was subsequently awarded a Fellowship in Stone Lithography at the same establishment, and, two years later, joined the Cyprus College of Art on a year-long Postgraduate Diploma in Art.

Cyprus has a way of working its seductive magic on a person, and for the next decade she found herself still living and working there. During that time she was an active member of the art community on the island, participating in many exhibitions and events, including the first Open Studios event there in 2006, and running art workshops for both adults and children at her studio. For a time, she also taught both printmaking and History of Art to the students at the Cyprus College of Art.

She has exhibited widely in the UK and in Cyprus, as well as here on Ibiza, and her work can be found in collections all over the world, from Hawaii to Hong Kong.

ARTISAN MARKET | CRAFT MARKET & CONCERT: DIA INT. DE LA PAZ @ Santa Gertrudis
Sep 20 @ 6:00 pm

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Santa Eularia des RiuARTISAN MARKET | CRAFT MARKET & CONCERT: DIA INT. DE LA PAZ @ Santa Gertrudis de Fruitera

from 18.00 – 23.30 hrs

concert: DIA INT. DE LA PAZ 

Artisan market with ceramics, pottery, miniatures, licours, hats & more

all about > IBIZA MARKETS

MERCADILLO DE SANT ANTONI | EL MERCAT DE TOTS – MERCADILLO ARTESANAL Y AGROECOLOGICO @ Art & Mercat Sant Antoni
Sep 20 @ 6:00 pm

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MERCADILLO DE SANT ANTONI @ BEHIND the CHURCH of SAN ANTONIO

Fridays from 18.00 – 24.00 hrs

 EL MERCAT DE TOTS – MERCADILLO ARTESANAL y AGROECOLOGICO or
 THE MARKET FOR ALL – ARTISAN & AGROECOLOGICAL MARKET organised by Art & Mercat with kids activities, from 2pm Paella is served while you can shop for art and artisan products accompanied by live music.

RISE UP & MEDITATE 1min IBIZA EXPERIENCE for PEACE @ Ibiza
Sep 20 @ 7:19 pm

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RISE UP & MEDITATE: 1 min IBIZA EXPERIENCE for PEACE @ IBIZA

Every day at 19.19 hrs

1 Minute of meditation, Connecting with your Heart beat and all Humanity Together in silence & positivity.

Let’s bring a positive impact into the world together and SERVE PEACE, CONNECT HUMANITY and AWAKEN CONSCIOUSNESS. Let’s invite consciousness in our heart and let’s radiate love in all directions. All together at the same time. 
Rise Up Ibiza Invites the world to UNITE, CONNECT, and AWAKEN to LOVE, for Peace, Truth… and to write a new Human Story. One Love One Heart.

Sep
21
Sat
2019
FAMILY VISITS @ Museum of Contemporary Art Museum of Ibiza and Puget
Sep 21 @ 10:00 am


Ajuntament D'EivissaFAMILY VISITS @ Museum of Contemporary Art Museum of Ibiza and Puget Museum

from 10.30 – 13.00 hrs

Guided museum visits for families with children aged between 3 and 12 years as we want to familiarize children with contemporary art in a playful context which also involved the parents, the biggest ….
The activity consists of a visit to the museum in general (permanent collection) or a specific approach (temporary exhibition)

– Free admission but Limited
– It is essential to register and book: MACE 2723 97 130, Museum and Puget 971 392 147  or e-mail: mac@eivissa.es

HIPPY MARKET @ LAS DALIAS IBIZA
Sep 21 @ 10:00 am


LAS DALIAS IBIZAHIPPY MARKET @ LAS DALIAS IBIZA

Open from 10.00 – 20.00 hrs

Ibiza’s Original Hippy Market and fascinating oasis of color, peace, music, dreams …

In Sant Carles, in the north of Ibiza, the Las Dalias Hippy Market is celebrating every Saturday with a strong commitment to handmade, exclusive and accessible clothing.
Walking through the garden you can immerse yourself in a fascinating network of fabrics, beads, unique objects and stalls where the talent of the most avant-garde artisans fuses with an atmosphere of harmony and that legacy of hippies of Ibiza

read more: HIPPY MARKET LAS DALIAS


ART EXHIBITION: TALKING TREES by Mary-Lynne Stadler @ AUBERGINE IBIZA Restaurant
Sep 21 @ 12:00 pm

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AUBERGINE IBIZA RestaurantART EXHIBITION: TALKING TREES by Mary-Lynne Stadler @ AUBERGINE IBIZA Restaurant

from  12.00 – 24.00 hrs 

An exhibition of paintings, drawings and mixed media works by Mary-Lynne Stadler, with contributions from people from all around the world.

It all began when she met a tree, a very ancient olive tree, on the terraces in the campo behind San Carlos.

The first thing that immediately struck her that day of the first meeting was that she had a heart – a heart that was clearly defined and embraced by her old bent and broken branches.

She has lived through hundreds of years of winds and floods and droughts. She has weathered storms and diseases, as well as interventions by insects, and humans and animals. Every one of those experiences has been scored, more or less deeply, in every fibre, every creeping root and every one of her broken branches, and each one has left its individual mark. And yet, despite the ravages of centuries that have scarred her, she still has a warm and embracing heart that continues to beat with life, and sends fresh new growth to reach the sky.

Mary knew she had to make work about her, and started sketching, there in front of her, in the biting winter wind. There are so many facets to this tree, so much history locked in her, that no single image will tell her story well enough. She has drawn her in pencil and charcoal, ink and gouache and more. At times I have sketched her quickly and roughly, other times the work has been done more painstakingly and in more detail.

In the end, though, she hoped that the range of work mirrors something of the complex nature of the way a single, ancient tree grows, survives and flourishes through the centuries.

Once she started working she began to think more about trees that have featured in her life, and when she started talking to people she realised that they, too, could pick out certain trees from their histories. Then she heard a talk by Canadian forester, Susanne Simard, who has shown that trees have a vast communication network through their roots that covers distances that stretch for many kilometres.

So it occurred to her that it would be interesting to mirror the trees’ communications and start people talking to one another about their trees stories, and sharing their creative interpretations of trees. So that we could generate greater respect for these magnificent plants through making people more aware of their own personal connections to trees.

The contributions quickly started to pour in. And the more interesting, touching or creative ones will become part of the exhibition, as will work by Mary-Lynne’s students and local children.

In the meantime, when all the talk has been about climate change, we need more trees. The scientists are telling us that planting enough more trees could absorb enough CO2 from the atmosphere to give us another decade of breathing space.

So this exhibition is more than just an exhibition. It is a message from the old olive tree to each and every one of us to stop cutting down the trees, and to start planting more trees.

About the Artist

Mary-Lynne Stadler is a fine art painter and printmaker living on the island, and working from her studio at Elysian, in Es Canar.

She fulfilled a life-long ambition to study art as a mature student, when she took an Honours degree in Art and Creative Writing at Bath Spa University College, Bath, England in 2001. She was subsequently awarded a Fellowship in Stone Lithography at the same establishment, and, two years later, joined the Cyprus College of Art on a year-long Postgraduate Diploma in Art.

Cyprus has a way of working its seductive magic on a person, and for the next decade she found herself still living and working there. During that time she was an active member of the art community on the island, participating in many exhibitions and events, including the first Open Studios event there in 2006, and running art workshops for both adults and children at her studio. For a time, she also taught both printmaking and History of Art to the students at the Cyprus College of Art.

She has exhibited widely in the UK and in Cyprus, as well as here on Ibiza, and her work can be found in collections all over the world, from Hawaii to Hong Kong.

RISE UP & MEDITATE 1min IBIZA EXPERIENCE for PEACE @ Ibiza
Sep 21 @ 7:19 pm

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RISE UP & MEDITATE: 1 min IBIZA EXPERIENCE for PEACE @ IBIZA

Every day at 19.19 hrs

1 Minute of meditation, Connecting with your Heart beat and all Humanity Together in silence & positivity.

Let’s bring a positive impact into the world together and SERVE PEACE, CONNECT HUMANITY and AWAKEN CONSCIOUSNESS. Let’s invite consciousness in our heart and let’s radiate love in all directions. All together at the same time. 
Rise Up Ibiza Invites the world to UNITE, CONNECT, and AWAKEN to LOVE, for Peace, Truth… and to write a new Human Story. One Love One Heart.

Sep
22
Sun
2019
FAMILY VISITS @ Museum of Contemporary Art Museum of Ibiza and Puget
Sep 22 @ 10:00 am


Ajuntament D'EivissaFAMILY VISITS @ Museum of Contemporary Art Museum of Ibiza and Puget Museum

from 10.30 – 13.00 hrs

Guided museum visits for families with children aged between 3 and 12 years as we want to familiarize children with contemporary art in a playful context which also involved the parents, the biggest ….
The activity consists of a visit to the museum in general (permanent collection) or a specific approach (temporary exhibition)

– Free admission but Limited
– It is essential to register and book: MACE 2723 97 130, Museum and Puget 971 392 147  or e-mail: mac@eivissa.es

SUNDAY MARKET SAN JUAN – Mercadillo Artesanal Dominical Sant Joan de Labritja @ Sant Joan de Labritja
Sep 22 @ 10:00 am – 3:00 pm

SUNDAY MARKET SAN JUAN - Mercadillo Artesanal Dominical Sant Joan de Labritja
Mercadillo Artesanal Dominical Sant Joan de Labritja SUNDAY MARKET SAN JUAN – Mercadillo Artesanal Dominical Sant Joan de Labritja

Open from 10:00 – 15:00 hrs

Live music: TBA

Leave your cell phone at home and come celebrate this Sunday with lots of surprises and ecological agriculture products, crafts, curiosities and art

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