FERNANDO GARCÍA GARCÍA, received his doctorate degree at the University of Seville, and has been the recipient of the End of University Studies National Prize by the Ministry of Education and Culture, and the Extraordinary Doctorate Award. Since his appointment as Intern of Teacher Training, he has continued to investigate for the group HUM-447, which has circulated content throughout different publications in journal articles, especialised magazines, as well as monograph publications, books, books chapter and contributions to national and international congresses. This research activity has been alternated with training placements in centers like the National Portrait Gallery in London, the "Centro de Artes da Universidade do Estado de Santa Catarina" in Brazil, the University of Murcia and the "Universidad de Mimar Sinam" in Istanbul.
His line of research and creation focus on the presences of the body in contemporary art, the portrait as a recurrent practise, the teaching of drawing, and the recuperation and reinterpretation of the iconographic heritage.
Currently, he is a lecturer in the Department of Drawing, courses linked to the study of the human body as "Dibujo del Natural", "Anatomía" and "Morfología" or the course "Desnudo, Retrato y Construcción de Identidad" of the Master of Art: Idea & Production,a degree that he has coordinated since 2010 to 2017. He is part of the Doctorate Programme of Art and Heritage.
Mª JESÚS GODOY DOMÍNGUEZ received her doctorate degree in Philosophy at the University of Seville, where she is a professor in the Aesthetics area in the same University. Her varied teaching methods in the Bachelor and Postgraduate studies programs, are across the Faculty of Communication, Geography and History, Fine Arts, and the International Centre of the University of Seville. She is a member of the research group "Aesthetics and the Theory of Arts" ("Estética y Teoría de las Artes") (HUM-345). She has published works such as: "La mujer en el arte: una contralectura de la modernidad" (Granada, 2007) and "Imagen artística, imagen de consumo: claves estéticas para un estudio del discurso mediático" (Barcelona, 2009). The latter is cowritten with professor Emilio Rosales. She has also written several articles and book chapters about contemporary aesthetics, images and mass culture, art and gender studies and affection aesthetics. Among the most recent articles are: “Midcult y arte de masas en la sociedad contemporánea” in Daimon, Revista Internacional de Filosofía (Philosophy International magazine) (2017), “La condición sacra del desacralizado arte contemporáneo” en Aisthesis, and Revista chilena de investigaciones estéticas ("Chilean magazine of aesthetics researchers") (2016).
MARÍA JOSÉ GONZÁLEZ LÓPEZ, received her doctorate degree in Fine Arts at the University of Seville, specializing in Painting and Restoration. She specialized in Conservation-Restoration at the "Institute Royale du Patrimoine Artistique" (IRPA) Brussels, Belgium.
Professor at the University of Seville, in the Bachelor of Conservation-Restoration and related Masters: Architecture and Historical Heritage (University of Seville), Management and Conservation of Heritage (University of Córdoba); Museums and Management of Collections (University of Granada); and Rehabilitation, Conservation and Restoration of Built Heritage (University of La Laguna)-
Director of the Research Group Conservation of Heritage. Methods and Techniques (C&P). Research of the Project I+D+I Terránica: " La escultura en terracota policromada". Coordinator of the Research Project: "Policromía. Escultura policromada religiosa de los siglos XVII y XVII". Programme "Marco RAPHAEL".
Ex-Chief of the Department of Treatment of the Andalusian Institute of Historical Heritage. She coordinates and runs among other projects: "Capilla Real”, “Retablo de los Santos Juanes” of the Real Chapel of Granada, “El Giraldillo”, the paintings of “La Sala de los Reyes”of the Alhambra in Granada” (IAPH) or, the project “Taller de Retablos” (The Getty Conservation Institute-IAPH).