This meeting will be the third held in Spain, after the Costa del Sol in 1994 and Barcelona in 2009. Ibiza was chosen because of its incredible beauty. Ibiza is a little island in the Mediterranean Sea, not far from the eastern border of the Spanish peninsula (about 80 miles). Ibiza was discovered centuries ago by the Phoenician, followed by the Carthage civilization, Roman, Moors and Spanish were the last conquerors of the island. The archeologic museum in the city is one of the most important for the Carthage civilization in the world.
The beaches in Ibiza are wonderful: white sand, and turquoise water are very common around the island.
The atmosphere of the island is also very well known around the world: Ibiza in the summer is the “rendez-vous” of many young people who like clubbing.
The October season is quieter as the big party clubs start to close their doors at the beginning of October. But restaurants, little bars, “chiringuitos” (little snacks or restaurants on the beaches) are still open because the wheather is still very nice, the temperature is around 25°C and the water temperature is still very confortable around 23°C.
The meeting is scheduled from Saturday afternoon Oct 8 until Wednesday noon Oct 12. There will be 5 sessions of teaching by International and Local Faculty and 4 sessions of hands on where the attendees will work on models under a teacher supervision.
IBIZA and MUSOC welcome you in 2016!!!
Dr Philippe Peetrons
Chairman of the Organization Committee