The León Center has continued to work on its main activities, including the visual arts contest dating from 1964.
The tribute exhibition to the Dominican designer had its official closing with a virtual activity, transmitted by the social networks of the León Center.
The institution will open the Shop and Cafeteria units and continues preparing its facilities to receive visitors with all sanitary measures.
Centro León y Cartel, with the support of the Mayor's Office of the National District, will exhibit works by prominent Dominican artists on more than 300 billboards in the city of Santo Domingo.
A dialogue to discover the pieces of his authorship in the Eduardo León Jimenes Collection of Visual Arts.
Cecilia Moltoni, La Marimba and Luitomá, moderated by Tommy García, explore the labyrinths of Dominican alternative music, a sound that projects Dominicanness from a new perspective.
The New Zealand journalist's collection of photographs compiles the most momentous moments of the April Revolution and post-Trujillo Dominican history.
In the virtual award ceremony of the twenty-seventh contest, the participants were honored by the vegan station in collaboration with the Eduardo León Jimenes Foundation and the León Center.
In the musical gathering, the singer-songwriters Claudio Cohen, Janio Lora and Xiomara Fortuna taught how a musical movement influenced an entire generation.
Taught in virtual mode to more than 40 selected from July 27 to August 21, 2020 and bringing together national and international intellectuals.
In the virtual conversation, the archaeologists shared their views on rock art, its heritage value and what could be achieved in the Dominican Republic.
In the virtual gathering, The Musical Teachers, Javier Vargas, Alaima González and Josean Jacobo talk about Dominican music education.
The creative processes of the documentary on the first fruits of the city of Santo Domingo were discussed in a virtual conversation with the audiovisual co-writers.
The program of courses, workshops and virtual activities is aimed at the whole family. Archeology, crafts, Painting, photography, stories, among other disciplines.
He is the first Dominican to obtain this distinction from the Graham Foundation for Advanced Studies in Fine Arts.
Official activity of the program to celebrate the Patron Saint Festivities Santiago Apostle the Greater 2020.
The activity brought together the founders of the digital magazine Plenamar, to discuss their first year of cultural work.
The doctor donated to the León Center more than 400 articles and writings that testify to his work, cataloged and available to the public in the background that bears his name.