Casa Comuna (old town hall), where the town councils are still held on the ground floor, will soon open the renovated upper floors. Sant Julià de Lòria gains a space for culture and does so in an emblematic place for the city. This is one of the projects included in the candidature plan to be part of the UNESCO Creative Cities Network.

The first and second floors of the building had been closed for some time. The previous mandate conditioned them and now they have been used after completing their accessibility with an investment of 16.000 euros.

The intention of the municipality is to offer the rooms for exhibitions of art, crafts or cultural heritage of the country. The first will be dedicated to Sergi Mas, a leading artist and craftsman in our candidature. Throughout his artistic career he has always tried to collect and capture customs and traditions, giving visibility to different types of crafts and folk arts.