IE University collaborates with the museum by bringing to its students a selection of paintings that allude to issues related to sustainability: ecology, economy, social organization... . 

Large-scale reproductions of works such as The Stevedores in Arles (Vincent van Gogh, 1888), which depicts the work of coal unloaders on the banks of the Rhone, or Sunday After Sermon (Romare Bearden, 1969), with which the author tells us about the customs of the African-American community in New York in the 1960s, occupy a prominent place in the IE Tower Hubs. This way, they invite students to reflect on subjects related to the paintings and serve as a starting point for a series of guided tours at the museum itself, where the original works will be shown and explained from a perspective aimed at shaping sustainable ways of thinking.

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IE University