For a sustainable and kinder future.
Water for all is an exhibition where you can view a series of works, "dibugrafías", on the theme of water, made by and for Tadeh, the water school.
The exhibition combines two disciplines such as photography (Naiara Gallego) and illustration (Lorea Espada), to provide visibility to another discipline such as sustainable engineering, which is also used by a charitable organisation. It is a clear example of the future we seek and of "intersecting and mixing".
Much more than a school, the Mobile Water School contributes to helping people in developing countries learn simple techniques that they can use to access water and sanitation for themselves. The use of local materials and the involvement of families in their construction enable conservation.
We want to demonstrate that there are no barriers between disciplines, that we have to "start doing", look for ideas, innovate, and above all be willing to use what we know to build a kinder future.
We encourage you to visit the exhibition and learn more about the drawings and Tadeh.
Location: BEAZ Hall
Monday to Thursday from 07:30 to 19:30.
Friday 7:30 to 18:30
Closed on Saturday and Sunday