The permanent exhibition of visual arts presented by the León Center has renewed its museography and incorporated new works for the enjoyment of visitors.
The discussion was about the permanent exhibition of the León Center that provides the public with a sample of the institution's archaeological collection.
In this edition, Dr. Andrés L. Mateo and specialists from the León Center spoke about culture, regarding the present pandemic of COVID-19.
The Dominican artist living in Switzerland talked about her works in the Eduardo León Jimenes Collection of Visual Arts and her career.
The novel winner of the Eduardo León Jimenes National Book Fair Award was commented on by its author and the juries of the literary contest.
Collections digitization specialist Jorge Bastos was visiting the institution to make a diagnosis of the collections' photographic collections.
During the virtual conversation, archaeologist Roberto Valcárcel Rojas and sociologist Carlos Andújar discussed the scientific study of the Centro León archaeological collection.
The singer Maridalia Hernández and the composer and musical director Josean Jacobo, with the moderation of the sociologist Tommy García, discussed the current Dominican song and its possibilities of development.
In the virtual discussion, curators shared their opinions on the current situation and what could happen in the not too distant future with cultural institutions.
In the virtual discussion, artists shared opinions and experiences on stability in times of crisis, regarding the COVID-19 pandemic.
In the virtual gathering, specialists Tommy García and José Antonio Rodríguez discussed bachata as a world heritage site.
In the virtual activity, specialists Roberto Cassá and Carlos Andújar talked about before and after COVID-19 in the Dominican Republic.
The artist talked with the curators of the León Center about the work exhibited in Génesis y Trayectoria, the permanent exhibition of visual arts.
The legendary Russian orchestra gave a concert for the first time in Santiago de los Caballeros, with a varied classical repertoire.
The conference was held as part of the program of activities of the exhibition Ser Oscar de la Renta.
As every year, the León Center organized its carnival meeting to enjoy the presentation of children's and adult carnival groups that filled the gardens of the institution with color and joy.
The gathering is part of the program of activities part of the Ser Oscar de la Renta exhibition at the León Center.
The training program is now transformed into a stimulus fund to support the production, research and dissemination of Dominican art and its actors, in the local and international scene.
The Santiago-based singer-songwriter performed a repertoire of songs preferred by Oscar de la Renta at the Vivo Café in February.