The Antonio Pérez Foundation has accentuated its calendar of online activities and since this week has started uploading content to its YouTube channel.
The objective pursued by the Antonio Pérez Foundation is to adapt to the constraints presented by the new reality imposed by Covid-19, while empowering and reinforcing its brand to try to reach a younger audience that is on social networks, reported in a note.
The provincial deputy for Culture, Miguel Ángel Valero, explained that the content of these videos will be very varied, although he has started with some archival interviews with Antonio Pérez, so that his figure has the relevance it deserves.
Likewise, some virtual tours or a section called “Friends of the Foundation” have been launched where relevant artists or characters tell of their association with the FAP.
In addition, the Department of Culture is working so that, if sanitary conditions allow it, the headquarters of Cuenca and San Clemente are physically opened as of June 5.
Valero has indicated that the photographic exhibition “Alma Tierra” by José Manuel Navia will last until September located in the capital of Cuenca.
On the other hand, the Sanclementina headquarters will also include “Dreaming that I fly away”, by Victoria Santesmases, an art collection that was to be inaugurated on March 15, but which did not show due to the exceptional measures established by the state alarm. .