The closing session of the fourth edition was held on Wednesday 9 June. Organised by the Professor Uría Foundation and the Prado Museum, the seminar was co-directed by Carmen Acedo Grande, State Lawyer (Ministry of Culture and Sport) and Agustín González García, lawyer at Uría Menéndez.
The seminar took a new approach this year, focusing on three topics: the organisation of temporary exhibitions, the different ways of acquiring artwork, and the upsurge in the digitalisation of museums. It was composed of 10 sessions and featured 20 conferences led by the top experts in each area.
The last session consisted of a case study on the Lorenzo Lotto exhibition, which was jointly organised by the Prado Museum and the National Gallery, presented by the Prado Museum’s Head of Temporary Exhibitions, Lucía Villarreal, and the Exhibition Coordinator, Jordi Penas, followed by a guided tour of the Casón de Buen Retiro by Javier Arnaldo, Director of the Prado School. The day ended with the closing session and certificate presentation by Marina Chinchilla, Deputy Director of the Prado Museum and Romana Sadurska, Executive Vice Chair of the Professor Uría Foundation.
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