María de la Concepción de Santa Ana Fernández
Directora gerente de Fundación Tres Culturas
In my capacity as Director of the Three Cultures of the Mediterranean Foundation, I would like to give you my most cordial welcome to this house, the home of all those who love culture and have a permanent desire to expand our knowledge far beyond borders. established, be they geographical, social, economic or otherwise.
Therefore, we work every day to prepare a program capable of crossing those borders, always in accordance with the guiding principle that guides our actions and that is none other than “to promote dialogue, peace and tolerance among peoples and cultures of the world. Mediterranean”. And so we have shaped a formative and cultural offer that includes exhibitions, conferences, workshops, concerts, literary presentations, film screenings, courses, guided tours, language classes, children’s shows, seminars and a long list of proposals whose objective is to bring to our public the richness of the peoples of the Mediterranean.
That is the spirit of this foundation since it was established more than fifteen years ago and that you can discover after clicking on the links on this website. But do not be fooled, because this portal is not just an activity agenda. Here you can also review the history of the foundation in recent years, consult the catalog of publications and even get carried away in a 360-degree virtual tour of our beautiful facilities, in what was the Moroccan Pavilion during the 1992 World Exposition and, at present, Hassan II Pavilion. In addition, I invite you to visit the multimedia area, where you will find the best videos and photographs of the various events we organize.
To conclude, and as I began these lines talking about overcoming borders, I encourage you to go beyond the first one, this digital barrier that unites us and separates at the same time. So do not hesitate, if what you see on this website like, inspires, seduces or just seems interesting, get closer to live it live. In Fundación Tres Culturas we will be delighted to welcome you.
José Manuel Cervera Gragera (Sevilla, 1953) has a degree in Philosophy and Letters from the University of Seville and a Diploma in Senior Management of Social Institutions from the San Telmo International Institute. His professional activity has been very diverse, from his beginnings as a councilor in the first City Hall of Democracy in Seville to his stage as general director of Andalusian Studies of the Junta de Andalucía or director of the cabinet of the Vice President of the Government of Territorial Policy, Manuel Chaves . In addition, it has integrated official delegations of the Andalusian Government and the Spanish Government to the European Union and countries such as France, Italy, Belgium, Germany, United Kingdom, Morocco, Libya, Brazil, Argentina, Uruguay, Panama, Mexico, Cuba, States United, Japan, Saudi Arabia or Kuwait.