The Free Athenaeum of Benalmádenacontinues thisWednesday, January 26, at 7:00 p.m. at the Casa de la Cultura, with its program of conferences. On this occasion, the graduate in Arts and Crafts, Lola Recio Barba will bring the figure of Juan de Valdés Leal closer to those present. The Spanish painter and engraver was a strictly contemporary artist of Murillo and his greatest pictorial rival in the Seville of his time. De Valdés Leal is known mainly for the two late hieroglyphs, painted around 1672 for the church of the Hospital de la Caridad in Seville, where they are still preserved.
On the other hand, this cultural entity, a landmark in the municipality, also offers a series of very interesting multidisciplinary specialized articles through its blog. The last one you can access belongs to the vice president of the Ateneo Libre, Rosa M. Ballesteros García and is entitled Christmas 12,000 years ago?. The researcher questions the reason for the importance of these festivals and how they have become consolidated in the different societies around the world with such different cultures. Without a doubt,we advise you to access the Official Blog of the Ateneo Libre and enjoy this and other interesting readings.
February and March programming
In February, on Wednesday 2, the conference offered by the Ateneo Libre de Benalmádena will focus on writing, books and censorship, from the hands of the writer Vladimir Merino strong , who recently presented his last two works:La Colombiana and Balas y violines.
The next appointment of the second month of the year will be on the 9th, and the graduate in Medicine from the University of Granada,Piedad Sánchez Casado, will speak about The vacunas anticovid (RNA Technology). Messenger RNA (mRNA) vaccines teach our cells to make a protein that triggers an immune response within our bodies. To awaken the immune response, the system of many vaccines consists of injecting the attenuated or inactivated germ into our bodies. This is not the case with mRNA vaccines. Instead, these vaccines use an mRNA created in a laboratory to teach our cells to make a protein, or just a portion of a protein, that triggers the immune response of our bodies. Instead, these vaccines use an mRNA created in a laboratory to teach our cells to make a protein, or just a portion of a protein, that triggers the immune response of our bodies.
The next gathering in the cycle of conferences will bring Ana Scherman, a graduate in Veterinary Medicine, who will speak on theAnimalist Phenomenon on Wednesday 16, who will be replaced by a graduate in Philosophy Juan Rafael Fernández García on the 23rd, with Skeptical Reflections on the occasion of the Day from Andalusia.
El mes de marzo empieza en la agenda del Ateneo Libre el día 2 con la conferencia Cómo sobrevivir a una crisis cardiaca, que ofrecerá Francisco Marín Urrutia, médico especializado en Rehabilitación.
Osteoporosis-a skeletal disease in which there is a decrease in bone mass density- will focus the second appointment of this month, on Wednesday the 9th at the hands of Rafael Recio Barba, a doctor specializing in traumatology.
On the 16th, the neurologist Paulino Uclés Morenowill offer a talk about Lifestyles. Physical Exercise and Nutrition, and on the 23rd, the Doctor of Medicine Jesús Lobillo Ríos will speak aboutHiking and Marching.
On Wednesday, March 30, the second cinema forum of the year arrives with the screening of Journey to the Lightby Ramón Sender Barayon and subsequent debate with the presence of its director and screenwriter Luis Olano.
In the feature-length documentary Journey to the Light, Sender Barayón takes a journey through the history of the 20th century, from the Spain of the Civil War, repression and exile, to the sunny California of the counterculture, the golden years of rock, the psychedelia and hippies. The son of the famous novelist comes before the camera for the first time to relate his unique life. His is the only testimony of the documentary, which therefore becomes a life story.