MAPAS Spaces

Converted into the first professional trading market for the performing arts and live music in the South Atlantic, MAPAS offers a space for collaboration and exchange in which to share, learn about, learn and disseminate from a common perspective.

The 2021 edition will program activities related to the performing arts in various emblematic spaces of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria on December 14, 15 and 16.

Likewise, Santa Cruz de Tenerife will host a complete artistic and professional program related to the music industry in reference cultural spaces from December 16 to 18.


Tenerife Auditorium Adán Martín

The work of the architect Santiago Calatrava, it is the largest artistic production center in the Canary Islands and headquarters of the Tenerife Symphony Orchestra. A cultural and social engine that develops its action as a plural, dynamic space, in constant movement.

Guimerá Theater

Declared a Site of Cultural Interest, this building from the middle of the s. XIX and all that it represents socially, it is a nerve center of cultural activity and a reference in theatrical programming and other cultural actions that take place in the capital of Tenerife.

TEA Tenerife Space of the Arts

Unprecedented infrastructure in the Archipelago that houses the contemporary museum Instituto Óscar Domínguez, the Isla de Tenerife Photography Center and the Central Municipal Library. Designed by Swiss architects Herzog & de Meuron.

The Farm Space

Located in the State Public Library in Santa Cruz de Tenerife, known as the House of Culture, it is part of the building inaugurated in 1977 where the State Public Library, the Contemporary Art Room (SAC) and the official headquarters on the island coexist of Tenerife of the Filmoteca Canaria. After the reform and conditioning of the stage space, it contributes to the development of new stage languages with a stable and quality programming.

La Recova space

This cultural space, located in the historic center of Santa Cruz, is located in what was the old market of the city. The property is the work of the architect Manuel Oraá and was built in 1851, but opened as an exhibition hall in 1992. The versatility of the room, with a large covered patio turned into a scenic space, allows more than one ten artistic acts.

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Cuyás Theater

Inaugurated at the end of the 19th century and located in the heart of one of the roads with the greatest commercial life in the historic district of Triana, the Cuyás Theater is structured around an old circus of great heritage value, in a rationalist architectural building, the work of the Gran Canaria Miguel Martín- Fernández de la Torre.

SIT Insular Theater Hall

Located in an architectural complex declared a Site of Cultural Interest in the Monument category, the space founded in 1987 has been renovated in order to improve the acoustics and comfort of its facilities, becoming a reference point for the cultural revitalization of Gran Canaria, specifically the performing arts.

Pérez Galdós Theater

Heart of the cultural life of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, with more than a century of history, it is an architectural symbol, a social distinctive and an inescapable political reference on the island, as well as one of the most modern theaters in Spain after its reform , declared an Asset of Cultural Interest in 1994.

Miller Building

Initially conceived as an industrial warehouse for maritime trade at the beginning of the last century, the emblematic building has been restored and converted into a multipurpose public space for cultural and leisure use that also houses the Trini Borrull Choreographic Center, among other facilities.

Guiniguada Theater

Located in the emblematic neighborhood of Vegueta, the building of great architectural singularity was projected in 1938 as a cinema-theater designed by the architect Antonio Cardona Aragón. Currently, and after various reforms, it serves as a space for the dissemination and dynamization of multidisciplinary stage production.