Panel | This is not ‘crafts time’: mediation and arts

14.03.2019 - 14.03.2019

David Lanau is interested in researching on hybrid roles and strategies in the field of art +
education for pedagogical innovation and social transformation, as well as being specialised in
addressing issues of gender identity and affective-sexual orientation in education, using art as
learning strategy. David holds a degree in Humanities, and is a founding partner of Pedagogías
Invisibles (Invisible Pedagogies) where he develops programs of cultural mediation, accessibility
and research. He coordinates the Education Group at Matadero Madrid Centre, and teaches
Contemporary Art at the Universidad de Mayores Comillas. He has worked in cultural institutions
such as the Juan March Foundation and the Cervantes Institute, as well as in contemporary art
spaces such as Sala Alcalá 31 or Tabacalera Promoción del Arte. He is the co-author with Andrea
De Pascual of the book ‘Art is a way of doing (not a thing that is done)’.


Jordi Ferreiro is an artist and educator from Barcelona, Spain, whose projects use strategies
based on institutional mediation, performative participation, play and experimental education
movements, to interfere in the relations between institutions, art and audiences, aimed at creating
new strategies. These projects may be used in a macro scale outside the art world, and include
interactive tours, collaborative workshops, performative conferences and listening experiments.
They are conceived to generate collaborative and horizontal situations in the usual hierarchical
structures in which we can find ourselves.


Ana Folguera is an art critic, educator and researcher. Her career is particularly focused in the
mediation processes between body, theory and education. She currently works as editorial
coordinator of EXIT Imagen & Cultura and is part of AMECUM (Madrid Cultural Mediators
Association). She has worked as a mediator in institutions such as the Mapfre Foundation or the
Reina Sofía Museum, and has developed the mediation program, as well as the educational
activities for the exhibition ‘Machines of Living. Flamenco and architecture in the occupation and
clearance of spaces in Centro Centro Cibeles’ (Madrid).


Pepa Enrique has devoted her life to education and art during several decades. Her usual work
fields are classrooms of schools, museums, heritage spaces, etc. She also collaborates in projects
fostered by different public bodies such as the Aragón Government, Zaragoza City Council and
other towns within the Zaragoza province. Pepa often collaborates on programs broadcasted by
different radio stations (Ser, Aragón Radio, Cariñena Radio), as well as in different Aragón regional
TV programs, always debating about culture and education. Her views can also be found on blog
or education magazines. She has her own project called: ‘Pepa, education and art&’.