'Goya in a hospital?' is an exhibition of the Ambulatory Art program based on reproductions of works by Goya donated for the occasion by the Prado Museum. It is a selection of tapestry cartoons by the Aragonese painter, grouped by themes such as humor, challenges, emotions or contradiction. It is accompanied by texts and mediation workshops that explain the works from innovative perspectives, as well as commented concerts with themes related to Goya, his great themes or his time, always from approaches of maximum accessibility and connection for all kinds of public.
During the Summer months, the exhibition includes the performance of the following Folk music groups:
- Atlantic Folk Trío
*Call for Cultural Metiation: * Call for cultural mediation: Are you interested in cultural mediation? Do you think the presence of the arts in hospitals and rural areas is positive? Do not miss this call for cultural mediators, professionals in the Humanities and the Arts, and restless people interested in culture and its capacity for social impact.
Deadline for receipt of applications: July 31 at 11:59 p.m. (time in Spain).
Participants must write an email to email@example.com, attaching their curriculum vitae and a motivation letter to present themselves for the call and participate in the training.
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