For the first time starting this fall, the institution will produce and host cultural activities. “These are not the things that will propel us into the future.
The Real Academia is already modern.” Santiago Muñoz Machado, Director of the Real Academia Española explained it this way, as if taking importance away from the public opening of the entity. But this does not mean that it is not true.
Starting this fall, the Academy will program public activities in their headquarters at Calle Fernando VI in Madrid. The first act was the presentation of Sidi, the novel written by the scholar Arturo Pérez-Reverte. 450 people attended the event and “the outcome could not be better, as attendees showed a lot of respect and interest in everything,” explained Pérez-Reverte, who joined Muñoz Machado and José Manuel Sánchez Ron in the presentation of the Cultural Campaign of RAE.
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