Photojournalists Laura León and José Antonio Lamadrid will participate in the Murillo Year with a photography exhibition that aims to highlight the social character of the works of this Baroque artist. The photographers have selected twelve paintings and adapted them to the 21st century, keeping their illumination style and composition. The pictures of Laura and José Antonio aims to bring visibility to the social reality behind evictions, immigration, maternity or homophobia through their interpretation of these works, which were painted four centuries ago.
The CajaGranada Museum brings art to babies between 3 and 36 months old through the ‘Al museo con bebé’ (or ‘Going to the museum with your baby’) program. This initiative aims to promote creativity and encourage families to participate in cultural activities.
La Tebeoteca is a place where you can borrow comic books for free and that is based in Granada. It is open on Thursdays and its number of member doesn’t stop growing. This collaborative library aims to promote reading.
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.