Dancer and teacher Jose Galán is making history in the field of flamenco education. He´s already known for his innovative shows starring students with mental disabilities. Now, he´s teaching flamenco to people in wheelchairs or with other physical limitations. Taking it one step further, the Christina Hereen Foundation is donating space for his classes.
La Recicreativa is a place where you can repair broken or useless things, equipped with tools that can be shared and where you can give you a hand to someone else. This place has just been opened in El Realejo neighbourhood in Granada, and tries to make the world a more sustainable place through recycling.
How do we define the media? And journalism? Who controls them? The social and educational project ‘Equality in Media’ responds to these questions and more. In these media literacy workshops for those over the age of 55, they aim to develop a critical view of the information we receive on a daily basis.
At the Alcadima Hotel in the town of Lanjarón, in the province of Granada, the staff want to give their guests an experience they won’t forget. They prepare traditional dishes of the region in front of the guests and then teach them how to cook the dishes themselves, thereby offering tourists a memorable experience through […]