Escuela Nacional de Artes Plásticas "Rafael Rodríguez Padilla"

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This article is about the school of art in Guatemala. For the school of art in Mexico, see National School of Plastic Arts.
Escuela Nacional de Artes Plásticas
"Rafael Rodríguez Padilla"
Escuela Nacional de Artes Plásticas Guatemala logo.jpg
Latin: National Scholam Arts
Former name
Academia de Bellas Artes
Motto Patrimonio cultural
de la nacion
(Cultural heritage of the nation)
Type Fine arts:
Drawing & painting
Sculpture
Graphics
Established 1920 (1920)
Affiliation Government of Guatemala
Ministry of Culture and Sports (es)
Director Otto Arana
Location Guatemala City, Guatemala
Language Spanish
Website mcd.gob.gt/tag/enap
ENAP Guatemala Anniversary

The Escuela Nacional de Artes Plásticas "Rafael Rodríguez Padilla" (National School of Plastic Arts) (ENAP), based in Guatemala City, is a public institution of higher education, research, and professional education in academic and applied fine arts of painting, sculpture, and graphic design.

Brief history[edit]

Escuela Nacional de Artes Plásticas "Rafael Rodríguez Padilla" was founded in 1920 as Academia de Bellas Artes (Academy of Fine Arts) in 1920. Its current name bears the name of its founding director, Rafael Rodríguez Padilla (1890–1929).[1]

Course offerings[edit]

Notable faculty, staff, and alumni[edit]

Faculty and staff — current and former

Alumni

References[edit]

Faculty, staff, and alumni notes

  1. ^ "Julio Dubois, imaginero," Prensa Libre, Guatemala City, June 17, 2001 (retrieved January 28, 2015)

Inline citations from tertiary sources

  1. ^ "Víctor Vásquez Kestler," wikiguate, La enciclopedia en linea de Guatemala (wikiguate.com.gt)
    Website hosted by the Institute of Linguistics, Rafael Landívar University, with support from (i) Programa de Apoyo a la Calidad Educativa (PACE) and (ii) the German Technical Cooperation Agency (GTZ) (de) (webserver; Grupo Multimedios) (retrieved January 28, 2015)

Inline citations from secondary sources

  1. ^ Diccionario histórico biográfico de Guatemala, Flavio Rojas Lima (born 1932) (ed.), Fundación para la Cultura y el Desarrollo, Asociación de Amigos del País (2004); OCLC 58734025
    Translated: Biographical Historical Dictionary of Guatemala, Foundation for Culture and Development, Association of Friends of the Country

External links[edit]

Government of Guatemala
Guatemala Ministry of Culture and Sports (es)