• The entities renew their collaboration with three opportunities to develop activities in the study and conservation of painting, technical office, and collaboration in temporary exhibitions of the museum.
  • Endowed with €18,600 and with a duration of twelve months, the call extends the 37 grants awarded in recent years.
  • Fundación Iberdrola has been a protective member of the Museo Nacional del Prado’s Restoration Program since 2010.

Fundación Iberdrola España and the Museo Nacional del Prado are launching a new call for 3 scholarships to train specialists and promote research at the Museo del Prado in the following specialties: painting restoration, frame restoration, and technical documentation service. The three scholarships, with an endowment of €18,600, will be fully funded by Fundación Iberdrola España.

During the twelve months of their duration, the scholarship holders will participate in the conservation-restoration processes of the works in Prado’s collection, will collaborate in the preparation of reports, and will participate in the organization of temporary exhibitions.

Fundación Iberdrola España – Museo del Prado Scholarships for Training and Research in Restoration are developed within the framework of the agreement signed between the two entities in 2010, by which the Foundation became a benefactor member of the Museum. This renewal brings to 37 the number of grants awarded over the last 11 years.

Fundación Iberdrola España also collaborates with the Museo de Bellas Artes de Bilbao to grant scholarships that contribute to training and research in the field of conservation and restoration of works of art. In addition, the scholarship includes an exchange between the scholarship recipients of both entities, so that they can live the experience and further enrich their techniques and knowledge in other prestigious places.

Fundación Iberdrola España and education

As part of Iberdrola’s commitment to excellence in training, Fundación Iberdrola España collaborates with scholarship programs of various institutions. It supports the Fulbright Commission, which each year calls for Iberdrola-Fulbright scholarships; the Carolina Foundation, which has a program for Mexican and Brazilian students; the Inspira II and Reactiva social and labor insertion programs; and postdoctoral research scholarships in the Energy for Future program.