Speakers in alphabethical order » Oscar Martin Centeno

Oscar Martin Centeno

Director, CEIPS Santo Domingo

Degree in History and Music Sciences from the Universidad Autónoma de Madrid and Diploma in Music Education. Master in Leadership and Organization of Educational Centers.

Headmaster of the Center of Infant, Primary and Secondary Education Santo Domingo of Algete (Madrid). President of the Board of Principals of Madrid.

He received the Florentino Pérez-Embid International Prize 2006 from the Real Academia Sevillana de Buenas Letras for his first book Espejos enfrentados, published by Rialp in the Adonais collection. In 2007 he received the Nicolás del Hierro National Award for his second book Las Cántigas del Diablo, published that same year. Also in 2007 he won the Paul Beckett International Prize for his third book, Sucio tango del alma, published in 2008 by the Valparaíso Foundation. In 2011 he published the book Circe (Alhulia Publisher), for which he received the Antonio Gala 2010 International Award. In 2012 he published the book Je suis le Diable – The Cántigas illustrated edition, by the Ya lo Dijo Casimiro Parker publishing company.

He also published books for teachers; The Manual of literary creation in the age of Internet and Animation to reading through new technologies. He has done a lot of courses for teachers, both in person and online.

He has published texts and articles in numerous national and international journals.

He has given conferences for numerous European universities, foundations and companies.

He directed documentaries, educational multimedia proposals and video art pieces for entities such as the Museum of Contemporary Art Reina Sofía or the Museo Thyssen Bornemisza.
Twitter: @oscarmartincen


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