It is a private non-profit organisation with more than 100 years of experience. The Ibercaja Foundation has nearly 120 employees who schedule, manage and publicise its social, cultural and training programmes.
One of the Ibercaja Foundation's main commitments is to spread knowledge about science and the humanities across society by making art, music and theatre available to all.
We schedule exhibitions, talks, screenings, concerts, courses and educational activities about various topics and in particular, we publicise painter Francisco de Goya and his work.
We can collaborate, as partners, to projects working on the audience development and works and promotion of art among children and young people, related to painting.
This partner offers more than 30 years of experience as cultural actor and its resources (galleries, workshop spaces, Francisco de Goya Museum, training centres, etc.) from Spain. Fundación Ibercaja will focus on cultural activities in the field of:
- Art and technology (audiencies development through Virtual Reality)
- Promotion of young artists in the discipline of painting (mobility of artists and art works).
- Dissemination of the project.
The Goya Museum. Ibercaja Collection-Camón Aznar Museum is the gateway to the legacy of the artist and in 2017 alone was visited by over 70,000 people. The core of the museum consists of 15 works by Goya and several complete series of his prints. There are also 500 works on display by artists who were prior, contemporary or subsequent to Goya which help to contextualise his genius and understand his impact on the history of art. Furthermore, the Ibercaja Foundation reaches more people by taking its works around the country in travelling exhibitions at the Foundation’s cultural centres.
We schedule contemporary art exhibitions for the general public with special focus on young people.
A range of artistic disciplines will be on display: painting, photography, drawing, graphic art, sculpture, etc.
We also run education activities for students, young people, families and general public.
IBERCAJA YOUNG PAITING PRIZE
As part of its commitment to promoting painting among the general public and in particular as support for young artist’ creation, Ibercaja’s Community Projects division has announced the 9th Ibercaja Young Painting Prize. 250 artists entered for the 8th Prize in 2018.
e.g. Museums, Cultural Centres, Exhibition rooms, Art Schools, Youth Associations...
We would like to offer our long experience as cultural actor and resources (galleries, workshop spaces, Francisco de Goya Museum-, training centres, etc.) from Spain in order to collaborate in cultural projects. We have many different cultural activities in our annual programme (in the field of music, painting, theatre and art in general) so we are sure that we can contribute to your project somehow.
María Dolores Zamorano
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