June 3, 2023

The Experience Classroom of the University of Huelva (UHU) celebrates this Thursday, April 27, its already traditional Spring Festival, an event in which the entire Huelva university community coexists, since students and teachers from other degrees also participate, in addition to the rest of the community.

The programme, which will take place from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm in the Bulevar de las Ciencias y las Artes Tent, will begin with a Nordic walk led by Juan Carlos Espína Vilán, coordinator of the Nordic March workshop; followed by a botanical tour of the Campus del Carmen, organized by the botanist Enrique Sánchez Gullón and the professor of the Faculty of Experimental Sciences, Javier Jiménez Nieva.

Next, there will be a visit to the Pedagogical Museum of the University of Huelva, by its director Inmaculada González Falcón, professor at the Faculty of Education, Psychology and Sports Sciences, together with another activity called ‘Construction and use of solar cooker : learning to cook with the sun’, in which participants will be able to prepare a dish in a solar cooker, by Francisco Javier Macías Fuentes, professor at the Faculty of Experimental Sciences.

Activities for the classroom experience

In parallel, from 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m., another activity will take place for the members of the Experience Classroom, which will consist of a guided tour, under the name ‘Universidad de Huelva: an open-air museum’, in which a tour of fifteen artistic assets on the Carmen campus, led by Jennifer Rodríguez López, art curator and head of heritage at the University of Huelva.

At the same time, the boulevard tent will host the photography exhibition called ‘A walk along the estuary’, carried out by the students of the Aula de la Experiencia belonging to the photography group Minuto de Ruido, coordinated by Professor Francisco Córdoba and the All members of the Experience Classroom are invited.

At 2:00 p.m. there will be a gathering and tasting of dishes prepared by the students of the Aula de la Experiencia, after which, starting at 4:00 p.m., the entire university community will be able to enjoy a music and dance session by the Dance workshop students, coordinated by Déborah Rosu, a Sports Sciences student.

The 2023 Spring Festival also includes two complementary activities: a catamaran ride and a visit to the port area of ​​Huelva, specifically the Archive, the Lonja and the Muelle Sur port center, carried out in collaboration with the Huelva Port Authority.


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