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Thursday, December 15, 2022

12th Seminar on Art and Social Participation

12th Seminar on Art and Social Participation

For the twelfth consecutive year, Museo Picasso Málaga is organizing the Seminar on Art and Social Participation, aimed at professionals in educational, cultural and social fields. The seminar has a track record of looking at subjects such as accessibility, functional diversity, mental health, gender, migration, science and majority participation, amongst others.

On this occasion, MPM will again be turning its attention to the challenges faced by society. This is why it is proposing the subject of education, a transversal theme and key feature of contemporary issues such as sustainability and social transformation.

For this purpose, Museo Picasso Málaga will be welcoming professionals and experts in the field. César Bona, a schoolteacher nominated for the 2015 Global Teacher Prize, committed to child protection, and the author of many books, will be talking about education from a leadership and motivation perspective. María José Gil-Delgado, Director of the SDGs Certificate, teacher and psychopedagogue, will be looking at issues such as sustainability and the 2030 agenda in education. Educational innovation as a key tool for education in the 21st century will be discussed by Juan Núñez, who teaches at the Universidad de Comillas on Educational Innovation, and is an Associate Director at OTBInnova.

Target audience: Aimed at professions in the museum and cultural sectors, cultural and social management staff, experts on development cooperation, social agents and professional educators.

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Thursday, December 15, 2022


Free registration


From 4 to 8.30pm


Limited number of seats


Museo Picasso Málaga


During the first part of the seminar there will be three workshops, coordinated by specialists on education:

4.15 p.m. - 6.30 p.m. “What is a paintbrush for?”
César Bona. Nominated for the Global Teacher Prize as one of the world’s 50 best teachers and author of books such as “La nueva educación”, “Las escuelas que cambian el mundo” and “Humanizar la educación”.

4.15 p.m. - 6.30 p.m. SDGs in the classroom: a framework of action for education
María José Gil-Delgado. Director of the SDGs-Certificate project, schoolteacher psychopedagogue. She designs and develops educational programmes that foster and encourage the implementation of SDGs, using a disruptive approach, through the SDGs certificate project, the first inernational organization chosen by the UN to certify this form of cultural exchange as part of Edu-Action.

4.15 p.m. - 6.30 p.m. Educational innovation and sustainable development. A necessary symbiosis
Juan Núñez. Teacher at Universidad de Comillas, in the field of Educational Innovation. Associate Director of OTBInnova, a company dealing in consultancy and management of innovation projects, helping educational institutions to transform themselves. He is also a co-creator of the eWORLD Project.

*Each participant will be able to attend one workshop, as they all take place simultaneously.

Speakers: César Bona, Juan Núñez and María José Gil-Delgado Díez Workshop conclusions and discussion based on issues such as: How can formal and informal education generate processes of change that improve people’s lives and sustainable development? What new materials and resources can be put into practice in the classroom to achieve these goals?