Lorena Peugnet Díaz
“Música y Ceguera, de música dictada a la producción cultural inclusiva en el siglo XXI”
October 28, 2020. 3:00 to 4:00 p.m.
Harpsichordist, researcher and producer. Lorena was born in the city of Mexico in 1986. She completed her Degree in Music and was titled harpsichord player being a student of Silvia Márquez, at the Conservatory Superior of Music of Aragon, Spain. She obtained a Master in Historical-Artistic and Cultural Heritage Management, by the University of Murcia. Currently, she is writing her PhD in Art: Production and Research at the Polytechnic University of Valencia, Spain. Lorena combines her artistic and academic activity in Mexico and Spain, where she stands out for her stage presence in concerts recovering and disseminating the musical heritage of the Baroque music period composed by blind people. As a harpsichordist she has performed at early music festivals and auditoriums in Spain, France, Portugal, Mexico, England and Belgium: with orchestra, as a soloist and with different chamber groups, sharing the stage with prominent concert players. Her professional art career can be traced since 1995. In the branches of research and production highlights her presence in conferences of diverse nature: accessibility, neuroesthetics, acoustics, musical heritage, education and entrepreneurship in cultural and creative industries, among others. She has worked as an assistant for cultural production and management at music festivals and for groups in Mexico and Spain. Further information at website: http://musicayceguera.loaudible.net/
“Nuevas tendencias y modelos en investigación en Educación Plástica y Visual”
October 29, 2020. 3:00 to 4:00 p.m.
Sofia is Assistant Professor of the Department of Teaching of Music, Plastic Art and Body Expression (Area of Didactics of Plastic Art Expression) of the Faculty of Education and Social Work of the University of Valladolid. International PhD in Research in Art Education in Educational and Social Contexts (2014), Extraordinary Doctorate Award (2015). Graduated in Fine Arts from the University of Salamanca, Graduated in Psychopedagogy and Diploma in Teaching in Primary Education, Degree Award from the University of Valladolid. She enjoyed a Research Staff Training Grant (FPI) from the Ministry of Education, Culture and Sports. Member of the research team of the Observatory of Heritage Education in Spain. Her main research line focuses on heritage education and the inclusion of groups with different capacities. Currently, she developes the study of the links that people establish with goods, defining the link as space of inclusion. This line of research is consolidated through her participation in various research projects and teaching innovation projects, in addition to their participation in national and international conferences and publications in impact journals and editorials in the area.
Researcher ID: D-4859-2011
Scopus Author ID: 57194169833
Google Scholar: https://scholar.google.com/citations?hl=en&user=mWLSYzYAAAAJ