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2019 Events in Awards Week

  • “Prado Radio”

    “Prado Radio” An audio-visual show based on the new radio formats of dramatizing historical events. Several artists creates a visual narrative from five paintings belonging to the Prado Museum collection that serves as a backdrop for a dramatic work written by playwright Jorge Moreno. ©FPA | José Ramón Navarro

  • “Prado Radio”

    “Prado Radio” An audio-visual show based on the new radio formats of dramatizing historical events. Several artists creates a visual narrative from five paintings belonging to the Prado Museum collection that serves as a backdrop for a dramatic work written by playwright Jorge Moreno. ©FPA | José Ramón Navarro

  • “Prado Radio”

    “Prado Radio” An audio-visual show based on the new radio formats of dramatizing historical events. Several artists creates a visual narrative from five paintings belonging to the Prado Museum collection that serves as a backdrop for a dramatic work written by playwright Jorge Moreno. ©FPA | José Ramón Navarro

  • “Prado Radio”

    “Prado Radio” An audio-visual show based on the new radio formats of dramatizing historical events. Several artists creates a visual narrative from five paintings belonging to the Prado Museum collection that serves as a backdrop for a dramatic work written by playwright Jorge Moreno. ©FPA | José Ramón Navarro

  • “Prado Radio”

    “Prado Radio” An audio-visual show based on the new radio formats of dramatizing historical events. Several artists creates a visual narrative from five paintings belonging to the Prado Museum collection that serves as a backdrop for a dramatic work written by playwright Jorge Moreno. ©FPA | José Ramón Navarro

  • “Prado Radio”

    “Prado Radio” An audio-visual show based on the new radio formats of dramatizing historical events. Several artists creates a visual narrative from five paintings belonging to the Prado Museum collection that serves as a backdrop for a dramatic work written by playwright Jorge Moreno. ©FPA | José Ramón Navarro

  • “Taking the Floor”. “Elite Values”

    “Taking the Floor”. “Elite Values” Lindsey Vonn, 2019 Princess of Asturias Laureate for Sports, attends a meeting with several primary and first and second year secondary pupils from Asturian schools that participated in this activity. ©FPA | Yeray Menéndez

  • “Taking the Floor”. “Elite Values”

    “Taking the Floor”. “Elite Values” Lindsey Vonn, 2019 Princess of Asturias Laureate for Sports, attends a meeting with several primary and first and second year secondary pupils from Asturian schools that participated in this activity. ©FPA | Yeray Menéndez

  • “Taking the Floor”. “Elite Values”

    “Taking the Floor”. “Elite Values” Lindsey Vonn, 2019 Princess of Asturias Laureate for Sports, attends a meeting with several primary and first and second year secondary pupils from Asturian schools that participated in this activity. ©FPA | Yeray Menéndez

  • “Taking the Floor”. “Elite Values”

    “Taking the Floor”. “Elite Values” Lindsey Vonn, 2019 Princess of Asturias Laureate for Sports, attends a meeting with several primary and first and second year secondary pupils from Asturian schools that participated in this activity. ©FPA | Yeray Menéndez

  • “Taking the Floor”. “Elite Values”

    “Taking the Floor”. “Elite Values” Lindsey Vonn, 2019 Princess of Asturias Laureate for Sports, attends a meeting with several primary and first and second year secondary pupils from Asturian schools that participated in this activity. ©FPA | Yeray Menéndez

  • “Taking the Floor”. “Elite Values”

    “Taking the Floor”. “Elite Values” Lindsey Vonn, 2019 Princess of Asturias Laureate for Sports, attends a meeting with several primary and first and second year secondary pupils from Asturian schools that participated in this activity. ©FPA | Yeray Menéndez

  • “Taking the Floor”. “EureKhan!”

    “Taking the Floor”. “EureKhan!” Salman Khan, 2019 Princess of Asturias Laureate for International Cooperation, attends a meeting with secondary, pre-university and vocational training students who have participated in this project. ©FPA | Yeray Menéndez

  • “Taking the Floor”. “EureKhan!”

    “Taking the Floor”. “EureKhan!” Salman Khan, 2019 Princess of Asturias Laureate for International Cooperation, attends a meeting with secondary, pre-university and vocational training students who have participated in this project. ©FPA | Yeray Menéndez

  • “Taking the Floor”. “EureKhan!”

    “Taking the Floor”. “EureKhan!” Salman Khan, 2019 Princess of Asturias Laureate for International Cooperation, attends a meeting with secondary, pre-university and vocational training students who have participated in this project. ©FPA | Yeray Menéndez

  • “Taking the Floor”. “EureKhan!”

    “Taking the Floor”. “EureKhan!” Salman Khan, 2019 Princess of Asturias Laureate for International Cooperation, attends a meeting with secondary, pre-university and vocational training students who have participated in this project. ©FPA | Yeray Menéndez

  • “Taking the Floor”. “EureKhan!”

    “Taking the Floor”. “EureKhan!” Salman Khan, 2019 Princess of Asturias Laureate for International Cooperation, attends a meeting with secondary, pre-university and vocational training students who have participated in this project. ©FPA | Yeray Menéndez

  • “Taking the Floor”. “EureKhan!”

    “Taking the Floor”. “EureKhan!” Salman Khan, 2019 Princess of Asturias Laureate for International Cooperation, attends a meeting with secondary, pre-university and vocational training students who have participated in this project. ©FPA | Yeray Menéndez

  • “Taking the Floor”. “EureKhan!”

    “Taking the Floor”. “EureKhan!” Salman Khan, 2019 Princess of Asturias Laureate for International Cooperation, attends a meeting with secondary, pre-university and vocational training students who have participated in this project. ©FPA | Yeray Menéndez

  • “Taking the Floor”. “EureKhan!”

    “Taking the Floor”. “EureKhan!” Salman Khan, 2019 Princess of Asturias Laureate for International Cooperation, attends a meeting with secondary, pre-university and vocational training students who have participated in this project. ©FPA | Yeray Menéndez

  • Visit by Joanne Chory and Sandra Myrna Díaz to the Faculty of Biology, University of Oviedo.

    Visit by Joanne Chory and Sandra Myrna Díaz to the Faculty of Biology, University of Oviedo. The joint 2019 Princess of Asturias Laureates for Technical and Scientific Research meet with Biology students, lecturers and Spanish National Research Council (CSIC) researchers from the region. FPA | Dani Mora

  • Visit by Joanne Chory and Sandra Myrna Díaz to the Faculty of Biology, University of Oviedo.

    Visit by Joanne Chory and Sandra Myrna Díaz to the Faculty of Biology, University of Oviedo. The joint 2019 Princess of Asturias Laureates for Technical and Scientific Research meet with Biology students, lecturers and Spanish National Research Council (CSIC) researchers from the region. FPA | Dani Mora

  • Visit by Joanne Chory and Sandra Myrna Díaz to the Faculty of Biology, University of Oviedo.

    Visit by Joanne Chory and Sandra Myrna Díaz to the Faculty of Biology, University of Oviedo. The joint 2019 Princess of Asturias Laureates for Technical and Scientific Research meet with Biology students, lecturers and Spanish National Research Council (CSIC) researchers from the region. FPA | Dani Mora

  • Visit by Joanne Chory and Sandra Myrna Díaz to the Faculty of Biology, University of Oviedo.

    Visit by Joanne Chory and Sandra Myrna Díaz to the Faculty of Biology, University of Oviedo. The joint 2019 Princess of Asturias Laureates for Technical and Scientific Research meet with Biology students, lecturers and Spanish National Research Council (CSIC) researchers from the region. FPA | Dani Mora

  • Visit by Joanne Chory and Sandra Myrna Díaz to the Faculty of Biology, University of Oviedo.

    Visit by Joanne Chory and Sandra Myrna Díaz to the Faculty of Biology, University of Oviedo. The joint 2019 Princess of Asturias Laureates for Technical and Scientific Research meet with Biology students, lecturers and Spanish National Research Council (CSIC) researchers from the region. FPA | Dani Mora

  • Talk entitled “Migrations in the development of the global capitalist  system and its present relevance for Spain” and “Taking the Floor” meeting entitled “Crossed PasaPortes”

    Talk entitled “Migrations in the development of the global capitalist system and its present relevance for Spain” and “Taking the Floor” meeting entitled “Crossed PasaPortes” Alejandro Portes, 2019 Princess of Asturias Laureate for Social Sciences, gives a talk on migratory movements and their contribution to global capitalism, as well as their contribution to the current situation in Spain. ©FPA | Iván Martínez

  • Talk entitled “Migrations in the development of the global capitalist  system and its present relevance for Spain” and “Taking the Floor” meeting entitled “Crossed PasaPortes”

    Talk entitled “Migrations in the development of the global capitalist system and its present relevance for Spain” and “Taking the Floor” meeting entitled “Crossed PasaPortes” Alejandro Portes, 2019 Princess of Asturias Laureate for Social Sciences, gives a talk on migratory movements and their contribution to global capitalism, as well as their contribution to the current situation in Spain. ©FPA | Iván Martínez

  • Talk entitled “Migrations in the development of the global capitalist  system and its present relevance for Spain” and “Taking the Floor” meeting entitled “Crossed PasaPortes”

    Talk entitled “Migrations in the development of the global capitalist system and its present relevance for Spain” and “Taking the Floor” meeting entitled “Crossed PasaPortes” Alejandro Portes, 2019 Princess of Asturias Laureate for Social Sciences, gives a talk on migratory movements and their contribution to global capitalism, as well as their contribution to the current situation in Spain. ©FPA | Iván Martínez

  • Talk entitled “Migrations in the development of the global capitalist  system and its present relevance for Spain” and “Taking the Floor” meeting entitled “Crossed PasaPortes”

    Talk entitled “Migrations in the development of the global capitalist system and its present relevance for Spain” and “Taking the Floor” meeting entitled “Crossed PasaPortes” Alejandro Portes, 2019 Princess of Asturias Laureate for Social Sciences, gives a talk on migratory movements and their contribution to global capitalism, as well as their contribution to the current situation in Spain. ©FPA | Iván Martínez

  • A Round Table with Alejandro Portes.

    A Round Table with Alejandro Portes. The 2019 Princess of Asturias Laureate for Social Sciences meets with the public at an event moderated by journalist Nacho Carretero. The meeting reviews some reflections and data based on his work: Longitudinal Research on the Second Generation (Spanish acronym, ILSEG), which presents Spain as a success story in matters of immigration and the sense of belonging. In addition, he participates in a brief debate with young Spanish descendants of immigrants from different backgrounds. ©FPA | Iván Martínez

  • A Round Table with Alejandro Portes.

    A Round Table with Alejandro Portes. The 2019 Princess of Asturias Laureate for Social Sciences meets with the public at an event moderated by journalist Nacho Carretero. The meeting reviews some reflections and data based on his work: Longitudinal Research on the Second Generation (Spanish acronym, ILSEG), which presents Spain as a success story in matters of immigration and the sense of belonging. In addition, he participates in a brief debate with young Spanish descendants of immigrants from different backgrounds. ©FPA | Iván Martínez

  • A Round Table with Alejandro Portes.

    A Round Table with Alejandro Portes. The 2019 Princess of Asturias Laureate for Social Sciences meets with the public at an event moderated by journalist Nacho Carretero. The meeting reviews some reflections and data based on his work: Longitudinal Research on the Second Generation (Spanish acronym, ILSEG), which presents Spain as a success story in matters of immigration and the sense of belonging. In addition, he participates in a brief debate with young Spanish descendants of immigrants from different backgrounds. ©FPA | Iván Martínez

  • A Round Table with Alejandro Portes.

    A Round Table with Alejandro Portes. The 2019 Princess of Asturias Laureate for Social Sciences meets with the public at an event moderated by journalist Nacho Carretero. The meeting reviews some reflections and data based on his work: Longitudinal Research on the Second Generation (Spanish acronym, ILSEG), which presents Spain as a success story in matters of immigration and the sense of belonging. In addition, he participates in a brief debate with young Spanish descendants of immigrants from different backgrounds. ©FPA | Iván Martínez

  • A Round Table with Alejandro Portes.

    A Round Table with Alejandro Portes. The 2019 Princess of Asturias Laureate for Social Sciences meets with the public at an event moderated by journalist Nacho Carretero. The meeting reviews some reflections and data based on his work: Longitudinal Research on the Second Generation (Spanish acronym, ILSEG), which presents Spain as a success story in matters of immigration and the sense of belonging. In addition, he participates in a brief debate with young Spanish descendants of immigrants from different backgrounds. ©FPA | Iván Martínez

  • Meeting “Siri’s Worlds”

    Meeting “Siri’s Worlds” Siri Hustvedt meets with the public at an event moderated by Isabel Carrera, Professor of English Philology at the University of Oviedo. This meeting reviews the multidisciplinary approaches (philosophy, neuroscience, ethics and art) employed by the Laureate in her oeuvre. ©FPA | José Ramón Navarro

  • Meeting “Siri’s Worlds”

    Meeting “Siri’s Worlds” Siri Hustvedt meets with the public at an event moderated by Isabel Carrera, Professor of English Philology at the University of Oviedo. This meeting reviews the multidisciplinary approaches (philosophy, neuroscience, ethics and art) employed by the Laureate in her oeuvre. ©FPA | José Ramón Navarro

  • Meeting “Siri’s Worlds”

    Meeting “Siri’s Worlds” Siri Hustvedt meets with the public at an event moderated by Isabel Carrera, Professor of English Philology at the University of Oviedo. This meeting reviews the multidisciplinary approaches (philosophy, neuroscience, ethics and art) employed by the Laureate in her oeuvre. ©FPA | José Ramón Navarro

  • Meeting “Siri’s Worlds”

    Meeting “Siri’s Worlds” Siri Hustvedt meets with the public at an event moderated by Isabel Carrera, Professor of English Philology at the University of Oviedo. This meeting reviews the multidisciplinary approaches (philosophy, neuroscience, ethics and art) employed by the Laureate in her oeuvre. ©FPA | José Ramón Navarro

  • Meeting “Siri’s Worlds”

    Meeting “Siri’s Worlds” Siri Hustvedt meets with the public at an event moderated by Isabel Carrera, Professor of English Philology at the University of Oviedo. This meeting reviews the multidisciplinary approaches (philosophy, neuroscience, ethics and art) employed by the Laureate in her oeuvre. ©FPA | José Ramón Navarro

  • Meeting “Siri’s Worlds”

    Meeting “Siri’s Worlds” Siri Hustvedt meets with the public at an event moderated by Isabel Carrera, Professor of English Philology at the University of Oviedo. This meeting reviews the multidisciplinary approaches (philosophy, neuroscience, ethics and art) employed by the Laureate in her oeuvre. ©FPA | José Ramón Navarro

  • Meeting “Siri’s Worlds”

    Meeting “Siri’s Worlds” Siri Hustvedt meets with the public at an event moderated by Isabel Carrera, Professor of English Philology at the University of Oviedo. This meeting reviews the multidisciplinary approaches (philosophy, neuroscience, ethics and art) employed by the Laureate in her oeuvre. ©FPA | José Ramón Navarro

  • Meeting “Siri’s Worlds”

    Meeting “Siri’s Worlds” Siri Hustvedt meets with the public at an event moderated by Isabel Carrera, Professor of English Philology at the University of Oviedo. This meeting reviews the multidisciplinary approaches (philosophy, neuroscience, ethics and art) employed by the Laureate in her oeuvre. ©FPA | José Ramón Navarro

  • Meeting “Siri’s Worlds”

    Meeting “Siri’s Worlds” Siri Hustvedt meets with the public at an event moderated by Isabel Carrera, Professor of English Philology at the University of Oviedo. This meeting reviews the multidisciplinary approaches (philosophy, neuroscience, ethics and art) employed by the Laureate in her oeuvre. ©FPA | José Ramón Navarro

  • A Meeting with Joanne Chory and Sandra Myrna Díaz.

    A Meeting with Joanne Chory and Sandra Myrna Díaz. The Laureates meet with the public in an event moderated by Manuel Toharia, former scientific director of the City of Arts and Sciences, Valencia. They present their respective lines of research and scientific careers during the meeting. ©FPA | Yeray Menéndez

  • A Meeting with Joanne Chory and Sandra Myrna Díaz.

    A Meeting with Joanne Chory and Sandra Myrna Díaz. The Laureates meet with the public in an event moderated by Manuel Toharia, former scientific director of the City of Arts and Sciences, Valencia. They present their respective lines of research and scientific careers during the meeting. ©FPA | Yeray Menéndez

  • Visit by Joanne Chory and Sandra Myrna Díaz to Gijón’s Atlantic Botanical Gardens

    Visit by Joanne Chory and Sandra Myrna Díaz to Gijón’s Atlantic Botanical Gardens The joint Princess of Asturias Laureates for Technical and Scientific Research visit the gardens, where they plant a tree next to the lemon tree planted by Sir David Attenborough in 2009 on the occasion of his visit to Asturias to receive the Prince of Asturias Award for Communication and Humanities.©FPA | Yeray Menéndez

  • Visit by Joanne Chory and Sandra Myrna Díaz to Gijón’s Atlantic Botanical Gardens

    Visit by Joanne Chory and Sandra Myrna Díaz to Gijón’s Atlantic Botanical Gardens The joint Princess of Asturias Laureates for Technical and Scientific Research visit the gardens, where they plant a tree next to the lemon tree planted by Sir David Attenborough in 2009 on the occasion of his visit to Asturias to receive the Prince of Asturias Award for Communication and Humanities.©FPA | Yeray Menéndez

  • Visit by Joanne Chory and Sandra Myrna Díaz to Gijón’s Atlantic Botanical Gardens

    Visit by Joanne Chory and Sandra Myrna Díaz to Gijón’s Atlantic Botanical Gardens The joint Princess of Asturias Laureates for Technical and Scientific Research visit the gardens, where they plant a tree next to the lemon tree planted by Sir David Attenborough in 2009 on the occasion of his visit to Asturias to receive the Prince of Asturias Award for Communication and Humanities.©FPA | Yeray Menéndez

  • Visit by Joanne Chory and Sandra Myrna Díaz to Gijón’s Atlantic Botanical Gardens

    Visit by Joanne Chory and Sandra Myrna Díaz to Gijón’s Atlantic Botanical Gardens The joint Princess of Asturias Laureates for Technical and Scientific Research visit the gardens, where they plant a tree next to the lemon tree planted by Sir David Attenborough in 2009 on the occasion of his visit to Asturias to receive the Prince of Asturias Award for Communication and Humanities.©FPA | Yeray Menéndez

  • Visit by Joanne Chory and Sandra Myrna Díaz to Gijón’s Atlantic Botanical Gardens

    Visit by Joanne Chory and Sandra Myrna Díaz to Gijón’s Atlantic Botanical Gardens The joint Princess of Asturias Laureates for Technical and Scientific Research visit the gardens, where they plant a tree next to the lemon tree planted by Sir David Attenborough in 2009 on the occasion of his visit to Asturias to receive the Prince of Asturias Award for Communication and Humanities.©FPA | Yeray Menéndez

  • Opening of the exhibition entitled “Habsburgs and Bourbons: Princes and Princesses of Asturias and Monarchs of Spain” at the Fine Arts Museum of Asturias

    Opening of the exhibition entitled “Habsburgs and Bourbons: Princes and Princesses of Asturias and Monarchs of Spain” at the Fine Arts Museum of Asturias This exhibition includes a selection of works from the Prado Museum and the Fine Arts Museum of Asturias, including Prince Balthasar Carlos of Spain from Diego Velázquez’s workshop, The Prince of Asturias (future Carlos IV) by Anton Raphael Mengs and the Portrait of Carlos II as Prince of Asturias by Juan Carreño Miranda. The opening is attended by Miguel Falomir, Director of the Prado Museum, and Alfonso Palacio, Director of the Fine Arts Museum of Asturias. ©FPA | Daniel Mora

  • Opening of the exhibition entitled “Habsburgs and Bourbons: Princes and Princesses of Asturias and Monarchs of Spain” at the Fine Arts Museum of Asturias

    Opening of the exhibition entitled “Habsburgs and Bourbons: Princes and Princesses of Asturias and Monarchs of Spain” at the Fine Arts Museum of Asturias This exhibition includes a selection of works from the Prado Museum and the Fine Arts Museum of Asturias, including Prince Balthasar Carlos of Spain from Diego Velázquez’s workshop, The Prince of Asturias (future Carlos IV) by Anton Raphael Mengs and the Portrait of Carlos II as Prince of Asturias by Juan Carreño Miranda. The opening is attended by Miguel Falomir, Director of the Prado Museum, and Alfonso Palacio, Director of the Fine Arts Museum of Asturias. ©FPA | Daniel Mora

  • Opening of the exhibition entitled “Habsburgs and Bourbons: Princes and Princesses of Asturias and Monarchs of Spain” at the Fine Arts Museum of Asturias

    Opening of the exhibition entitled “Habsburgs and Bourbons: Princes and Princesses of Asturias and Monarchs of Spain” at the Fine Arts Museum of Asturias This exhibition includes a selection of works from the Prado Museum and the Fine Arts Museum of Asturias, including Prince Balthasar Carlos of Spain from Diego Velázquez’s workshop, The Prince of Asturias (future Carlos IV) by Anton Raphael Mengs and the Portrait of Carlos II as Prince of Asturias by Juan Carreño Miranda. The opening is attended by Miguel Falomir, Director of the Prado Museum, and Alfonso Palacio, Director of the Fine Arts Museum of Asturias. ©FPA | Daniel Mora

  • Opening of the exhibition entitled “Habsburgs and Bourbons: Princes and Princesses of Asturias and Monarchs of Spain” at the Fine Arts Museum of Asturias

    Opening of the exhibition entitled “Habsburgs and Bourbons: Princes and Princesses of Asturias and Monarchs of Spain” at the Fine Arts Museum of Asturias This exhibition includes a selection of works from the Prado Museum and the Fine Arts Museum of Asturias, including Prince Balthasar Carlos of Spain from Diego Velázquez’s workshop, The Prince of Asturias (future Carlos IV) by Anton Raphael Mengs and the Portrait of Carlos II as Prince of Asturias by Juan Carreño Miranda. The opening is attended by Miguel Falomir, Director of the Prado Museum, and Alfonso Palacio, Director of the Fine Arts Museum of Asturias. ©FPA | Daniel Mora

  • Talk “Spaces of the Prado"

    Talk “Spaces of the Prado" Following the opening of the “Habsburgs and Bourbons: Princes and Princes of Asturias and Monarchs of Spain” exhibition, a talk takes place featuring Miguel Falomir, Director of the Prado Museum, that is moderated by Alfonso Palacio, Director of the Fine Arts Museum of Asturias. ©FPA | Dani Mora

  • Talk “Spaces of the Prado"

    Talk “Spaces of the Prado" Following the opening of the “Habsburgs and Bourbons: Princes and Princes of Asturias and Monarchs of Spain” exhibition, a talk takes place featuring Miguel Falomir, Director of the Prado Museum, that is moderated by Alfonso Palacio, Director of the Fine Arts Museum of Asturias. ©FPA | Dani Mora

  • Talk “Spaces of the Prado"

    Talk “Spaces of the Prado" Following the opening of the “Habsburgs and Bourbons: Princes and Princes of Asturias and Monarchs of Spain” exhibition, a talk takes place featuring Miguel Falomir, Director of the Prado Museum, that is moderated by Alfonso Palacio, Director of the Fine Arts Museum of Asturias. ©FPA | Dani Mora

  • Talk “Spaces of the Prado"

    Talk “Spaces of the Prado" Following the opening of the “Habsburgs and Bourbons: Princes and Princes of Asturias and Monarchs of Spain” exhibition, a talk takes place featuring Miguel Falomir, Director of the Prado Museum, that is moderated by Alfonso Palacio, Director of the Fine Arts Museum of Asturias. ©FPA | Dani Mora

  • Talk “Spaces of the Prado"

    Talk “Spaces of the Prado" Following the opening of the “Habsburgs and Bourbons: Princes and Princes of Asturias and Monarchs of Spain” exhibition, a talk takes place featuring Miguel Falomir, Director of the Prado Museum, that is moderated by Alfonso Palacio, Director of the Fine Arts Museum of Asturias. ©FPA | Dani Mora

  • “Taking the Floor”. “Concordants”.

    “Taking the Floor”. “Concordants”. Aleksandra Dulkiewicz, Mayor of the City of Gdansk, 2019 Princess of Asturias Award for Concord, meets with fifth and sixth year primary and first and second year secondary pupils who have participated in the proposed activity. The activity devoted to the recipient of this Award was that of making the Polish city better known through the biographies and contributions to society of its most illustrious citizens. This event has counted on the participation of the Mayor of Gijón and the performance of the Gdansk Downtown Brass band. ©FPA | Yeray Menéndez

  • “Taking the Floor”. “Concordants”.

    “Taking the Floor”. “Concordants”. Aleksandra Dulkiewicz, Mayor of the City of Gdansk, 2019 Princess of Asturias Award for Concord, meets with fifth and sixth year primary and first and second year secondary pupils who have participated in the proposed activity. The activity devoted to the recipient of this Award was that of making the Polish city better known through the biographies and contributions to society of its most illustrious citizens. This event has counted on the participation of the Mayor of Gijón and the performance of the Gdansk Downtown Brass band. ©FPA | Yeray Menéndez

  • “Taking the Floor”. “Concordants”.

    “Taking the Floor”. “Concordants”. Aleksandra Dulkiewicz, Mayor of the City of Gdansk, 2019 Princess of Asturias Award for Concord, meets with fifth and sixth year primary and first and second year secondary pupils who have participated in the proposed activity. The activity devoted to the recipient of this Award was that of making the Polish city better known through the biographies and contributions to society of its most illustrious citizens. This event has counted on the participation of the Mayor of Gijón and the performance of the Gdansk Downtown Brass band. ©FPA | Yeray Menéndez

  • “Taking the Floor”. “Concordants”.

    “Taking the Floor”. “Concordants”. Aleksandra Dulkiewicz, Mayor of the City of Gdansk, 2019 Princess of Asturias Award for Concord, meets with fifth and sixth year primary and first and second year secondary pupils who have participated in the proposed activity. The activity devoted to the recipient of this Award was that of making the Polish city better known through the biographies and contributions to society of its most illustrious citizens. This event has counted on the participation of the Mayor of Gijón and the performance of the Gdansk Downtown Brass band. ©FPA | Yeray Menéndez

  • “Taking the Floor”. “Concordants”.

    “Taking the Floor”. “Concordants”. Aleksandra Dulkiewicz, Mayor of the City of Gdansk, 2019 Princess of Asturias Award for Concord, meets with fifth and sixth year primary and first and second year secondary pupils who have participated in the proposed activity. The activity devoted to the recipient of this Award was that of making the Polish city better known through the biographies and contributions to society of its most illustrious citizens. This event has counted on the participation of the Mayor of Gijón and the performance of the Gdansk Downtown Brass band. ©FPA | Yeray Menéndez

  • “Taking the Floor”. “Concordants”.

    “Taking the Floor”. “Concordants”. Aleksandra Dulkiewicz, Mayor of the City of Gdansk, 2019 Princess of Asturias Award for Concord, meets with fifth and sixth year primary and first and second year secondary pupils who have participated in the proposed activity. The activity devoted to the recipient of this Award was that of making the Polish city better known through the biographies and contributions to society of its most illustrious citizens. This event has counted on the participation of the Mayor of Gijón and the performance of the Gdansk Downtown Brass band. ©FPA | Yeray Menéndez

  • “Taking the Floor”. “Concordants”.

    “Taking the Floor”. “Concordants”. Aleksandra Dulkiewicz, Mayor of the City of Gdansk, 2019 Princess of Asturias Award for Concord, meets with fifth and sixth year primary and first and second year secondary pupils who have participated in the proposed activity. The activity devoted to the recipient of this Award was that of making the Polish city better known through the biographies and contributions to society of its most illustrious citizens. This event has counted on the participation of the Mayor of Gijón and the performance of the Gdansk Downtown Brass band. ©FPA | Yeray Menéndez

  • “Taking the Floor”. “Concordants”.

    “Taking the Floor”. “Concordants”. Aleksandra Dulkiewicz, Mayor of the City of Gdansk, 2019 Princess of Asturias Award for Concord, meets with fifth and sixth year primary and first and second year secondary pupils who have participated in the proposed activity. The activity devoted to the recipient of this Award was that of making the Polish city better known through the biographies and contributions to society of its most illustrious citizens. This event has counted on the participation of the Mayor of Gijón and the performance of the Gdansk Downtown Brass band. ©FPA | Yeray Menéndez

  • “Taking the Floor”. “Concordants”.

    “Taking the Floor”. “Concordants”. Aleksandra Dulkiewicz, Mayor of the City of Gdansk, 2019 Princess of Asturias Award for Concord, meets with fifth and sixth year primary and first and second year secondary pupils who have participated in the proposed activity. The activity devoted to the recipient of this Award was that of making the Polish city better known through the biographies and contributions to society of its most illustrious citizens. This event has counted on the participation of the Mayor of Gijón and the performance of the Gdansk Downtown Brass band. ©FPA | Yeray Menéndez

  • Colloquium between Salman Khan and teacher-training and pedagogy students

    Colloquium between Salman Khan and teacher-training and pedagogy students The 2019 Princess of Asturias Laureate for International Cooperation meets with teacher-training and pedagogy students and lecturers to argue on behalf of the importance of mathematics in the educational system. ©FPA | Iván Martínez

  • Colloquium between Salman Khan and teacher-training and pedagogy students

    Colloquium between Salman Khan and teacher-training and pedagogy students The 2019 Princess of Asturias Laureate for International Cooperation meets with teacher-training and pedagogy students and lecturers to argue on behalf of the importance of mathematics in the educational system. ©FPA | Iván Martínez

  • Colloquium between Salman Khan and teacher-training and pedagogy students

    Colloquium between Salman Khan and teacher-training and pedagogy students The 2019 Princess of Asturias Laureate for International Cooperation meets with teacher-training and pedagogy students and lecturers to argue on behalf of the importance of mathematics in the educational system. ©FPA | Iván Martínez

  • Colloquium between Salman Khan and teacher-training and pedagogy students

    Colloquium between Salman Khan and teacher-training and pedagogy students The 2019 Princess of Asturias Laureate for International Cooperation meets with teacher-training and pedagogy students and lecturers to argue on behalf of the importance of mathematics in the educational system. ©FPA | Iván Martínez

  • Colloquium between Salman Khan and teacher-training and pedagogy students

    Colloquium between Salman Khan and teacher-training and pedagogy students The 2019 Princess of Asturias Laureate for International Cooperation meets with teacher-training and pedagogy students and lecturers to argue on behalf of the importance of mathematics in the educational system. ©FPA | Iván Martínez

  • Colloquium between Salman Khan and teacher-training and pedagogy students

    Colloquium between Salman Khan and teacher-training and pedagogy students The 2019 Princess of Asturias Laureate for International Cooperation meets with teacher-training and pedagogy students and lecturers to argue on behalf of the importance of mathematics in the educational system. ©FPA | Iván Martínez

  • Colloquium between Salman Khan and teacher-training and pedagogy students

    Colloquium between Salman Khan and teacher-training and pedagogy students The 2019 Princess of Asturias Laureate for International Cooperation meets with teacher-training and pedagogy students and lecturers to argue on behalf of the importance of mathematics in the educational system. ©FPA | Iván Martínez

  • Colloquium between Salman Khan and teacher-training and pedagogy students.

    Colloquium between Salman Khan and teacher-training and pedagogy students. The 2019 Princess of Asturias Laureate for International Cooperation meets with teacher-training and pedagogy students and lecturers to argue on behalf of the importance of mathematics in the educational system. ©FPA | Iván Martínez

  • Colloquium between Salman Khan and teacher-training and pedagogy students.

    Colloquium between Salman Khan and teacher-training and pedagogy students. The 2019 Princess of Asturias Laureate for International Cooperation meets with teacher-training and pedagogy students and lecturers to argue on behalf of the importance of mathematics in the educational system. ©FPA | Iván Martínez

  • Concert “In Goya’s Day”

    Concert “In Goya’s Day” The Quiroga Quartet, 2018 National Music Award, performs some pieces from their latest album, dedicated to the master painter from Aragon, Francisco de Goya. The recital was supported by the audio-visual setting created by the artist from Avilés Cristina Busto. ©FPA | José Ramón Navarro

  • Concert “In Goya’s Day”

    Concert “In Goya’s Day” The Quiroga Quartet, 2018 National Music Award, performs some pieces from their latest album, dedicated to the master painter from Aragon, Francisco de Goya. The recital was supported by the audio-visual setting created by the artist from Avilés Cristina Busto. ©FPA | José Ramón Navarro

  • Concert “In Goya’s Day”

    Concert “In Goya’s Day” The Quiroga Quartet, 2018 National Music Award, performs some pieces from their latest album, dedicated to the master painter from Aragon, Francisco de Goya. The recital was supported by the audio-visual setting created by the artist from Avilés Cristina Busto. ©FPA | José Ramón Navarro

  • Concert “In Goya’s Day”

    Concert “In Goya’s Day” The Quiroga Quartet, 2018 National Music Award, performs some pieces from their latest album, dedicated to the master painter from Aragon, Francisco de Goya. The recital was supported by the audio-visual setting created by the artist from Avilés Cristina Busto. ©FPA | José Ramón Navarro

  • "Genuine curiosity"

    "Genuine curiosity" A meeting with book clubs. Siri Hustvedt meets with more than 1,700 members of Spanish book clubs, 1,100 of whom are members of clubs belonging to the Principality of Asturias Public Libraries Network. They are joined by more than 600 attendees from book clubs from Cantabria, Castile-La Mancha, Castile and León, Galicia, Navarre, the Basque Country and Murcia. Journalist Martín Rodrigo, acts as moderator, reviews the Laureate’s career and passes on a selection of questions previously posed by members of these book clubs. In all, 142 clubs will attend the event (67 from Asturias and 75 from other regions). ©FPA | Iván Martínez.

  • "Genuine curiosity"

    "Genuine curiosity" A meeting with book clubs. Siri Hustvedt meets with more than 1,700 members of Spanish book clubs, 1,100 of whom are members of clubs belonging to the Principality of Asturias Public Libraries Network. They are joined by more than 600 attendees from book clubs from Cantabria, Castile-La Mancha, Castile and León, Galicia, Navarre, the Basque Country and Murcia. Journalist Martín Rodrigo, acts as moderator, reviews the Laureate’s career and passes on a selection of questions previously posed by members of these book clubs. In all, 142 clubs will attend the event (67 from Asturias and 75 from other regions). ©FPA | Iván Martínez.

  • "Genuine curiosity"

    "Genuine curiosity" A meeting with book clubs. Siri Hustvedt meets with more than 1,700 members of Spanish book clubs, 1,100 of whom are members of clubs belonging to the Principality of Asturias Public Libraries Network. They are joined by more than 600 attendees from book clubs from Cantabria, Castile-La Mancha, Castile and León, Galicia, Navarre, the Basque Country and Murcia. Journalist Martín Rodrigo, acts as moderator, reviews the Laureate’s career and passes on a selection of questions previously posed by members of these book clubs. In all, 142 clubs will attend the event (67 from Asturias and 75 from other regions). ©FPA | Iván Martínez.

  • "Genuine curiosity"

    "Genuine curiosity" A meeting with book clubs. Siri Hustvedt meets with more than 1,700 members of Spanish book clubs, 1,100 of whom are members of clubs belonging to the Principality of Asturias Public Libraries Network. They are joined by more than 600 attendees from book clubs from Cantabria, Castile-La Mancha, Castile and León, Galicia, Navarre, the Basque Country and Murcia. Journalist Martín Rodrigo, acts as moderator, reviews the Laureate’s career and passes on a selection of questions previously posed by members of these book clubs. In all, 142 clubs will attend the event (67 from Asturias and 75 from other regions). ©FPA | Iván Martínez.

  • "Genuine curiosity"

    "Genuine curiosity" A meeting with book clubs. Siri Hustvedt meets with more than 1,700 members of Spanish book clubs, 1,100 of whom are members of clubs belonging to the Principality of Asturias Public Libraries Network. They are joined by more than 600 attendees from book clubs from Cantabria, Castile-La Mancha, Castile and León, Galicia, Navarre, the Basque Country and Murcia. Journalist Martín Rodrigo, acts as moderator, reviews the Laureate’s career and passes on a selection of questions previously posed by members of these book clubs. In all, 142 clubs will attend the event (67 from Asturias and 75 from other regions). ©FPA | Iván Martínez.

  • "Genuine curiosity"

    "Genuine curiosity" A meeting with book clubs. Siri Hustvedt meets with more than 1,700 members of Spanish book clubs, 1,100 of whom are members of clubs belonging to the Principality of Asturias Public Libraries Network. They are joined by more than 600 attendees from book clubs from Cantabria, Castile-La Mancha, Castile and León, Galicia, Navarre, the Basque Country and Murcia. Journalist Martín Rodrigo, acts as moderator, reviews the Laureate’s career and passes on a selection of questions previously posed by members of these book clubs. In all, 142 clubs will attend the event (67 from Asturias and 75 from other regions). ©FPA | Iván Martínez.

  • "Genuine curiosity"

    "Genuine curiosity" A meeting with book clubs. Siri Hustvedt meets with more than 1,700 members of Spanish book clubs, 1,100 of whom are members of clubs belonging to the Principality of Asturias Public Libraries Network. They are joined by more than 600 attendees from book clubs from Cantabria, Castile-La Mancha, Castile and León, Galicia, Navarre, the Basque Country and Murcia. Journalist Martín Rodrigo, acts as moderator, reviews the Laureate’s career and passes on a selection of questions previously posed by members of these book clubs. In all, 142 clubs will attend the event (67 from Asturias and 75 from other regions). ©FPA | Iván Martínez.

  • A Meeting with Salman Khan

    A Meeting with Salman Khan The Laureate meets with the public in an event moderated by researcher and disseminator Amador Menéndez aimed at presenting his educational platform, Khan Academy. ©FPA | Daniel Mora

  • A Meeting with Salman Khan

    A Meeting with Salman Khan The Laureate meets with the public in an event moderated by researcher and disseminator Amador Menéndez aimed at presenting his educational platform, Khan Academy. ©FPA | Daniel Mora

  • A Meeting with Salman Khan

    A Meeting with Salman Khan The Laureate meets with the public in an event moderated by researcher and disseminator Amador Menéndez aimed at presenting his educational platform, Khan Academy. ©FPA | Daniel Mora

  • A Meeting with Salman Khan

    A Meeting with Salman Khan The Laureate meets with the public in an event moderated by researcher and disseminator Amador Menéndez aimed at presenting his educational platform, Khan Academy. ©FPA | Daniel Mora

  • A Meeting with Salman Khan

    A Meeting with Salman Khan The Laureate meets with the public in an event moderated by researcher and disseminator Amador Menéndez aimed at presenting his educational platform, Khan Academy. ©FPA | Daniel Mora

  • A Meeting with Salman Khan

    A Meeting with Salman Khan The Laureate meets with the public in an event moderated by researcher and disseminator Amador Menéndez aimed at presenting his educational platform, Khan Academy. ©FPA | Daniel Mora

  • A Meeting with Salman Khan

    A Meeting with Salman Khan The Laureate meets with the public in an event moderated by researcher and disseminator Amador Menéndez aimed at presenting his educational platform, Khan Academy. ©FPA | Daniel Mora

  • A Meeting with Peter Brook

    A Meeting with Peter Brook The 2019 Princess of Asturias Laureate for the Arts meets with the public at an event moderated by actor Antonio Gil in The Palacio Valdés Theatre, Avilés. ©FPA | Yeray Menéndez

  • A Meeting with Peter Brook

    A Meeting with Peter Brook The 2019 Princess of Asturias Laureate for the Arts meets with the public at an event moderated by actor Antonio Gil in The Palacio Valdés Theatre, Avilés. ©FPA | Yeray Menéndez

  • A Meeting with Peter Brook

    A Meeting with Peter Brook The 2019 Princess of Asturias Laureate for the Arts meets with the public at an event moderated by actor Antonio Gil in The Palacio Valdés Theatre, Avilés. ©FPA | Yeray Menéndez

  • A Meeting with Peter Brook

    A Meeting with Peter Brook The 2019 Princess of Asturias Laureate for the Arts meets with the public at an event moderated by actor Antonio Gil in The Palacio Valdés Theatre, Avilés. ©FPA | Yeray Menéndez

  • A Meeting with Peter Brook

    A Meeting with Peter Brook The 2019 Princess of Asturias Laureate for the Arts meets with the public at an event moderated by actor Antonio Gil in The Palacio Valdés Theatre, Avilés. ©FPA | Yeray Menéndez

  • A Meeting with Peter Brook

    A Meeting with Peter Brook The 2019 Princess of Asturias Laureate for the Arts meets with the public at an event moderated by actor Antonio Gil in The Palacio Valdés Theatre, Avilés. ©FPA | Yeray Menéndez

  • A Meeting with Peter Brook

    A Meeting with Peter Brook The 2019 Princess of Asturias Laureate for the Arts meets with the public at an event moderated by actor Antonio Gil in The Palacio Valdés Theatre, Avilés. ©FPA | Yeray Menéndez

  • A Meeting with Peter Brook

    A Meeting with Peter Brook The 2019 Princess of Asturias Laureate for the Arts meets with the public at an event moderated by actor Antonio Gil in The Palacio Valdés Theatre, Avilés. ©FPA | Yeray Menéndez

  • A Meeting with Peter Brook

    A Meeting with Peter Brook The 2019 Princess of Asturias Laureate for the Arts meets with the public at an event moderated by actor Antonio Gil in The Palacio Valdés Theatre, Avilés. ©FPA | Yeray Menéndez

  • Guided visit to the Sensory Garden

    Guided visit to the Sensory Garden The creators of the LaFPAbrica Sensory Garden, Alberto Valverde and María Castellanos, organize a tour of the garden to explain its fundamental characteristics, the elements that make it up, the symbiosis that is established between the plants and the surrounding environment and the directions the most avant-garde studies in botany are taking. ©FPA | Yeray Menéndez

  • Guided visit to the Sensory Garden

    Guided visit to the Sensory Garden The creators of the LaFPAbrica Sensory Garden, Alberto Valverde and María Castellanos, organize a tour of the garden to explain its fundamental characteristics, the elements that make it up, the symbiosis that is established between the plants and the surrounding environment and the directions the most avant-garde studies in botany are taking. ©FPA | Yeray Menéndez

  • Guided visit to the Sensory Garden

    Guided visit to the Sensory Garden The creators of the LaFPAbrica Sensory Garden, Alberto Valverde and María Castellanos, organize a tour of the garden to explain its fundamental characteristics, the elements that make it up, the symbiosis that is established between the plants and the surrounding environment and the directions the most avant-garde studies in botany are taking. ©FPA | Yeray Menéndez

  • Guided visit to the Sensory Garden

    Guided visit to the Sensory Garden The creators of the LaFPAbrica Sensory Garden, Alberto Valverde and María Castellanos, organize a tour of the garden to explain its fundamental characteristics, the elements that make it up, the symbiosis that is established between the plants and the surrounding environment and the directions the most avant-garde studies in botany are taking. ©FPA | Yeray Menéndez

  • Guided visit to the Sensory Garden

    Guided visit to the Sensory Garden The creators of the LaFPAbrica Sensory Garden, Alberto Valverde and María Castellanos, organize a tour of the garden to explain its fundamental characteristics, the elements that make it up, the symbiosis that is established between the plants and the surrounding environment and the directions the most avant-garde studies in botany are taking. ©FPA | Yeray Menéndez

  • Guided visit to the Sensory Garden

    Guided visit to the Sensory Garden The creators of the LaFPAbrica Sensory Garden, Alberto Valverde and María Castellanos, organize a tour of the garden to explain its fundamental characteristics, the elements that make it up, the symbiosis that is established between the plants and the surrounding environment and the directions the most avant-garde studies in botany are taking. ©FPA | Yeray Menéndez

  • Guided visit to the Sensory Garden

    Guided visit to the Sensory Garden The creators of the LaFPAbrica Sensory Garden, Alberto Valverde and María Castellanos, organize a tour of the garden to explain its fundamental characteristics, the elements that make it up, the symbiosis that is established between the plants and the surrounding environment and the directions the most avant-garde studies in botany are taking. ©FPA | Yeray Menéndez

  • Guided visit to the Sensory Garden

    Guided visit to the Sensory Garden The creators of the LaFPAbrica Sensory Garden, Alberto Valverde and María Castellanos, organize a tour of the garden to explain its fundamental characteristics, the elements that make it up, the symbiosis that is established between the plants and the surrounding environment and the directions the most avant-garde studies in botany are taking. ©FPA | Yeray Menéndez

  • “Taking the Floor”. “Plants to the Rescue - Leaves of Paradise”

    “Taking the Floor”. “Plants to the Rescue - Leaves of Paradise” Joanne Chory and Sandra Myrna Díaz meet students who took place in “Taking the Floor” activities. The activity carried out by the older students was that of creating a comic based on Joanne Chory’s project on how superplant development could mitigate the effects of climate change. The primary students had to create a herbarium to learn about the natural heritage of their area, taking inspiration from Sandra Díaz’s research and her defence of plant diversity.©FPA | Yeray Menéndez

  • “Taking the Floor”. “Plants to the Rescue - Leaves of Paradise”

    “Taking the Floor”. “Plants to the Rescue - Leaves of Paradise” Joanne Chory and Sandra Myrna Díaz meet students who took place in “Taking the Floor” activities. The activity carried out by the older students was that of creating a comic based on Joanne Chory’s project on how superplant development could mitigate the effects of climate change. The primary students had to create a herbarium to learn about the natural heritage of their area, taking inspiration from Sandra Díaz’s research and her defence of plant diversity.©FPA | Yeray Menéndez

  • “Taking the Floor”. “Plants to the Rescue - Leaves of Paradise”

    “Taking the Floor”. “Plants to the Rescue - Leaves of Paradise” Joanne Chory and Sandra Myrna Díaz meet students who took place in “Taking the Floor” activities. The activity carried out by the older students was that of creating a comic based on Joanne Chory’s project on how superplant development could mitigate the effects of climate change. The primary students had to create a herbarium to learn about the natural heritage of their area, taking inspiration from Sandra Díaz’s research and her defence of plant diversity.©FPA | Yeray Menéndez

  • “Taking the Floor”. “Plants to the Rescue - Leaves of Paradise”

    “Taking the Floor”. “Plants to the Rescue - Leaves of Paradise” Joanne Chory and Sandra Myrna Díaz meet students who took place in “Taking the Floor” activities. The activity carried out by the older students was that of creating a comic based on Joanne Chory’s project on how superplant development could mitigate the effects of climate change. The primary students had to create a herbarium to learn about the natural heritage of their area, taking inspiration from Sandra Díaz’s research and her defence of plant diversity.©FPA | Yeray Menéndez

  • “Taking the Floor”. “Plants to the Rescue - Leaves of Paradise”

    “Taking the Floor”. “Plants to the Rescue - Leaves of Paradise” Joanne Chory and Sandra Myrna Díaz meet students who took place in “Taking the Floor” activities. The activity carried out by the older students was that of creating a comic based on Joanne Chory’s project on how superplant development could mitigate the effects of climate change. The primary students had to create a herbarium to learn about the natural heritage of their area, taking inspiration from Sandra Díaz’s research and her defence of plant diversity.©FPA | Yeray Menéndez

  • “Taking the Floor”. “Plants to the Rescue - Leaves of Paradise”

    “Taking the Floor”. “Plants to the Rescue - Leaves of Paradise” Joanne Chory and Sandra Myrna Díaz meet students who took place in “Taking the Floor” activities. The activity carried out by the older students was that of creating a comic based on Joanne Chory’s project on how superplant development could mitigate the effects of climate change. The primary students had to create a herbarium to learn about the natural heritage of their area, taking inspiration from Sandra Díaz’s research and her defence of plant diversity.©FPA | Yeray Menéndez

  • “Taking the Floor”. “Plants to the Rescue - Leaves of Paradise”

    “Taking the Floor”. “Plants to the Rescue - Leaves of Paradise” Joanne Chory and Sandra Myrna Díaz meet students who took place in “Taking the Floor” activities. The activity carried out by the older students was that of creating a comic based on Joanne Chory’s project on how superplant development could mitigate the effects of climate change. The primary students had to create a herbarium to learn about the natural heritage of their area, taking inspiration from Sandra Díaz’s research and her defence of plant diversity.©FPA | Yeray Menéndez

  • “Taking the Floor”. “Plants to the Rescue - Leaves of Paradise”

    “Taking the Floor”. “Plants to the Rescue - Leaves of Paradise” Joanne Chory and Sandra Myrna Díaz meet students who took place in “Taking the Floor” activities. The activity carried out by the older students was that of creating a comic based on Joanne Chory’s project on how superplant development could mitigate the effects of climate change. The primary students had to create a herbarium to learn about the natural heritage of their area, taking inspiration from Sandra Díaz’s research and her defence of plant diversity.©FPA | Yeray Menéndez

  • “Taking the Floor”. “Plants to the Rescue - Leaves of Paradise”

    “Taking the Floor”. “Plants to the Rescue - Leaves of Paradise” Joanne Chory and Sandra Myrna Díaz meet students who took place in “Taking the Floor” activities. The activity carried out by the older students was that of creating a comic based on Joanne Chory’s project on how superplant development could mitigate the effects of climate change. The primary students had to create a herbarium to learn about the natural heritage of their area, taking inspiration from Sandra Díaz’s research and her defence of plant diversity.©FPA | Yeray Menéndez

  • “Taking the Floor”. “Plants to the Rescue - Leaves of Paradise”

    “Taking the Floor”. “Plants to the Rescue - Leaves of Paradise” Joanne Chory and Sandra Myrna Díaz meet students who took place in “Taking the Floor” activities. The activity carried out by the older students was that of creating a comic based on Joanne Chory’s project on how superplant development could mitigate the effects of climate change. The primary students had to create a herbarium to learn about the natural heritage of their area, taking inspiration from Sandra Díaz’s research and her defence of plant diversity.©FPA | Yeray Menéndez

  • “Taking the Floor”. “Plants to the Rescue - Leaves of Paradise”

    “Taking the Floor”. “Plants to the Rescue - Leaves of Paradise” Joanne Chory and Sandra Myrna Díaz meet students who took place in “Taking the Floor” activities. The activity carried out by the older students was that of creating a comic based on Joanne Chory’s project on how superplant development could mitigate the effects of climate change. The primary students had to create a herbarium to learn about the natural heritage of their area, taking inspiration from Sandra Díaz’s research and her defence of plant diversity.©FPA | Yeray Menéndez

  • “Taking the Floor”. “Plants to the Rescue - Leaves of Paradise”

    “Taking the Floor”. “Plants to the Rescue - Leaves of Paradise” Joanne Chory and Sandra Myrna Díaz meet students who took place in “Taking the Floor” activities. The activity carried out by the older students was that of creating a comic based on Joanne Chory’s project on how superplant development could mitigate the effects of climate change. The primary students had to create a herbarium to learn about the natural heritage of their area, taking inspiration from Sandra Díaz’s research and her defence of plant diversity.©FPA | Yeray Menéndez

  • “Taking the Floor”. “Plants to the Rescue - Leaves of Paradise”

    “Taking the Floor”. “Plants to the Rescue - Leaves of Paradise” Joanne Chory and Sandra Myrna Díaz meet students who took place in “Taking the Floor” activities. The activity carried out by the older students was that of creating a comic based on Joanne Chory’s project on how superplant development could mitigate the effects of climate change. The primary students had to create a herbarium to learn about the natural heritage of their area, taking inspiration from Sandra Díaz’s research and her defence of plant diversity.©FPA | Yeray Menéndez

  • “Taking the Floor”. “Plants to the Rescue - Leaves of Paradise”

    “Taking the Floor”. “Plants to the Rescue - Leaves of Paradise” Joanne Chory and Sandra Myrna Díaz meet students who took place in “Taking the Floor” activities. The activity carried out by the older students was that of creating a comic based on Joanne Chory’s project on how superplant development could mitigate the effects of climate change. The primary students had to create a herbarium to learn about the natural heritage of their area, taking inspiration from Sandra Díaz’s research and her defence of plant diversity.©FPA | Yeray Menéndez

  • “Taking the Floor”. “Plants to the Rescue - Leaves of Paradise”

    “Taking the Floor”. “Plants to the Rescue - Leaves of Paradise” Joanne Chory and Sandra Myrna Díaz meet students who took place in “Taking the Floor” activities. The activity carried out by the older students was that of creating a comic based on Joanne Chory’s project on how superplant development could mitigate the effects of climate change. The primary students had to create a herbarium to learn about the natural heritage of their area, taking inspiration from Sandra Díaz’s research and her defence of plant diversity.©FPA | Yeray Menéndez

  • “Taking the Floor”. “FascinArte at the Prado”.

    “Taking the Floor”. “FascinArte at the Prado”. A meeting with primary schoolchildren who participated in “FascinArte at the Prado” project, designed as a guide for their first contact with painting. The activity devoted to the recipient of this Award consisted of a number of exercises and a tour of some of the most emblematic works of the art gallery (paintings by El Greco, Fra Angelico, Sofonisba Anguissola and Sorolla), in which students discovered artistic aspects and techniques such as perspective, the treatment of colour, themes and the role of women in art ©FPA | Daniel Mora

  • “Taking the Floor”. “FascinArte at the Prado”.

    “Taking the Floor”. “FascinArte at the Prado”. A meeting with primary schoolchildren who participated in “FascinArte at the Prado” project, designed as a guide for their first contact with painting. The activity devoted to the recipient of this Award consisted of a number of exercises and a tour of some of the most emblematic works of the art gallery (paintings by El Greco, Fra Angelico, Sofonisba Anguissola and Sorolla), in which students discovered artistic aspects and techniques such as perspective, the treatment of colour, themes and the role of women in art ©FPA | Daniel Mora

  • “Taking the Floor”. “FascinArte at the Prado”.

    “Taking the Floor”. “FascinArte at the Prado”. A meeting with primary schoolchildren who participated in “FascinArte at the Prado” project, designed as a guide for their first contact with painting. The activity devoted to the recipient of this Award consisted of a number of exercises and a tour of some of the most emblematic works of the art gallery (paintings by El Greco, Fra Angelico, Sofonisba Anguissola and Sorolla), in which students discovered artistic aspects and techniques such as perspective, the treatment of colour, themes and the role of women in art ©FPA | Daniel Mora

  • “Taking the Floor”. “FascinArte at the Prado”.

    “Taking the Floor”. “FascinArte at the Prado”. A meeting with primary schoolchildren who participated in “FascinArte at the Prado” project, designed as a guide for their first contact with painting. The activity devoted to the recipient of this Award consisted of a number of exercises and a tour of some of the most emblematic works of the art gallery (paintings by El Greco, Fra Angelico, Sofonisba Anguissola and Sorolla), in which students discovered artistic aspects and techniques such as perspective, the treatment of colour, themes and the role of women in art ©FPA | Daniel Mora

  • "Taking the Floor". "Blazing Readings"

    "Taking the Floor". "Blazing Readings" Siri Hustvedt, 2019 Princess of Asturias Laureate for Literature, meets with third and fourth year secondary pupils and pre-university students who have participated in “Taking the Floor”. The aim of the activity was to acquaint students with the figure of the Laureate through her story about how she discovered her vocation as a writer thanks to reading. ©FPA | Daniel Mora

  • "Taking the Floor". "Blazing Readings"

    "Taking the Floor". "Blazing Readings" Siri Hustvedt, 2019 Princess of Asturias Laureate for Literature, meets with third and fourth year secondary pupils and pre-university students who have participated in “Taking the Floor”. The aim of the activity was to acquaint students with the figure of the Laureate through her story about how she discovered her vocation as a writer thanks to reading. ©FPA | Daniel Mora

  • "Taking the Floor". "Blazing Readings"

    "Taking the Floor". "Blazing Readings" Siri Hustvedt, 2019 Princess of Asturias Laureate for Literature, meets with third and fourth year secondary pupils and pre-university students who have participated in “Taking the Floor”. The aim of the activity was to acquaint students with the figure of the Laureate through her story about how she discovered her vocation as a writer thanks to reading. ©FPA | Daniel Mora

  • "Taking the Floor". "Blazing Readings"

    "Taking the Floor". "Blazing Readings" Siri Hustvedt, 2019 Princess of Asturias Laureate for Literature, meets with third and fourth year secondary pupils and pre-university students who have participated in “Taking the Floor”. The aim of the activity was to acquaint students with the figure of the Laureate through her story about how she discovered her vocation as a writer thanks to reading. ©FPA | Daniel Mora

  • "Taking the Floor". "Blazing Readings"

    "Taking the Floor". "Blazing Readings" Siri Hustvedt, 2019 Princess of Asturias Laureate for Literature, meets with third and fourth year secondary pupils and pre-university students who have participated in “Taking the Floor”. The aim of the activity was to acquaint students with the figure of the Laureate through her story about how she discovered her vocation as a writer thanks to reading. ©FPA | Daniel Mora

  • "Taking the Floor". "Blazing Readings"

    "Taking the Floor". "Blazing Readings" Siri Hustvedt, 2019 Princess of Asturias Laureate for Literature, meets with third and fourth year secondary pupils and pre-university students who have participated in “Taking the Floor”. The aim of the activity was to acquaint students with the figure of the Laureate through her story about how she discovered her vocation as a writer thanks to reading. ©FPA | Daniel Mora

  • "Taking the Floor". "Blazing Readings"

    "Taking the Floor". "Blazing Readings" Siri Hustvedt, 2019 Princess of Asturias Laureate for Literature, meets with third and fourth year secondary pupils and pre-university students who have participated in “Taking the Floor”. The aim of the activity was to acquaint students with the figure of the Laureate through her story about how she discovered her vocation as a writer thanks to reading. ©FPA | Daniel Mora

  • "Taking the Floor". "Blazing Readings"

    "Taking the Floor". "Blazing Readings" Siri Hustvedt, 2019 Princess of Asturias Laureate for Literature, meets with third and fourth year secondary pupils and pre-university students who have participated in “Taking the Floor”. The aim of the activity was to acquaint students with the figure of the Laureate through her story about how she discovered her vocation as a writer thanks to reading. ©FPA | Daniel Mora

  • Theatre acting masterclass with actor César Sarachu

    Theatre acting masterclass with actor César Sarachu The actor César Sarachu, who has studied with Peter Brook, 2019 Princess Asturias Awards for the Arts, gives a masterclass to drama students in Escuela Superior de Arte Dramático de Asturias

  • Theatre acting masterclass with actor César Sarachu

    Theatre acting masterclass with actor César Sarachu The actor César Sarachu, who has studied with Peter Brook, 2019 Princess Asturias Awards for the Arts, gives a masterclass to drama students in Escuela Superior de Arte Dramático de Asturias

  • Theatre acting masterclass with actor César Sarachu

    Theatre acting masterclass with actor César Sarachu The actor César Sarachu, who has studied with Peter Brook, 2019 Princess Asturias Awards for the Arts, gives a masterclass to drama students in Escuela Superior de Arte Dramático de Asturias

  • Theatre acting masterclass with actor César Sarachu

    Theatre acting masterclass with actor César Sarachu The actor César Sarachu, who has studied with Peter Brook, 2019 Princess Asturias Awards for the Arts, gives a masterclass to drama students in Escuela Superior de Arte Dramático de Asturias

  • Theatre acting masterclass with actor César Sarachu

    Theatre acting masterclass with actor César Sarachu The actor César Sarachu, who has studied with Peter Brook, 2019 Princess Asturias Awards for the Arts, gives a masterclass to drama students in Escuela Superior de Arte Dramático de Asturias

  • Theatre acting masterclass with actor César Sarachu

    Theatre acting masterclass with actor César Sarachu The actor César Sarachu, who has studied with Peter Brook, 2019 Princess Asturias Awards for the Arts, gives a masterclass to drama students in Escuela Superior de Arte Dramático de Asturias

  • Theatre acting masterclass with actor César Sarachu

    Theatre acting masterclass with actor César Sarachu The actor César Sarachu, who has studied with Peter Brook, 2019 Princess Asturias Awards for the Arts, gives a masterclass to drama students in Escuela Superior de Arte Dramático de Asturias

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