SRAP participates in event for Spain Day at the Spanish Embassy in Canberra


As is tradition, some SRAP members were able to participate in the event organised by the Embassy of Spain in Canberra for October 12th, Spain Day.

From left to right: Prof Luis Salvador-Carulla (University of Canberra and Honorary President of SRAP), H.E. Alicia Moral-Revilla (Ambassador of Spain to Australia), H.E. Rebeca Chantal Guinea (Consul General of Spain in Sydney), and Prof Sergio León-Saval (University of Sydney and Honorary President of SRAP).

Specifically, at this event were Dr. Paula Llull (Embassy of Spain in Australia), Prof Sergio León-Saval (University of Sydney), Dr. Sofía Samper Carro (Australian National University), and Prof. Luis Salvador-Carulla (University of Canberra).

Prof Sergio León-Saval (University of Sydney and Honorary President of SRAP) and Dr. Sofía Samper Carro (Australian National University and SRAP coordinator in Canberra) enjoying the event with the Spanish fans that were given to participants.

Many thanks to the Embassy of Spain in Canberra for the invitation and for all the support they provide to SRAP!


Paula Llull Llobera

About Paula Llull Llobera

My research deals with the aesthetic and philosophical theories that define the different art movements since the late 60s, specifically in the field of sculpture and installation art. In this context, I analyse the way artists have tackled the natural environment and in particular the work of three contemporary artists that address environmental issues within the museum institution; the Australian artist Janet Laurence is one of my case studies. Also, I am a regular contributor to “Sculpture” magazine and “re:sculpt” blog.