Company To Turn Picasso School Into Woody Allen Museum

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Barcelona’s trade unions are contesting one media company’s plan to open a Woody Allen museum at the site of Pablo Picasso’s former art school, a structure built in 1775 but unused since 2009, a proposal that the unions say caters much more to tourists than residents of the city. What do you think?

“This is a terrible idea. The construction costs on the Existential Dread wing alone would be staggering.”

Rita Bailey • Freezer Scraper

“Wouldn’t it make more sense to open it in New York where it could be enjoyed by Woody Allen?”

Chuck Thornhill • Systems Analyst


“Hey, when a family comes to Barcelona, they want to see Sagrada Familia, Montjuïc castle, and the giant chicken costume from ‘Sleeper.’”

Bennett Jameson • Task Distributor