1st Photovoice exhibition

Today, 19 June, the first day of “Photovoice” was organised, a project that aims to use participatory photography to develop transversal competences.

A selection of photonarratives produced by UPV students, covering a wide range of profiles, was exhibited at the event.

SIPAM round table

Today, 14th June, a round table has taken place where experts in natural heritage preservation have met to address the current challenges faced by the Important System of World Agricultural Heritage of l’Horta de València. Different strategies to promote its dynamic conservation have also been discussed.


From Monday 5 June to Friday 23 June, the selected and awarded works will be exhibited in the hall on the ground floor of La Casa del Alumno.

A period of 10 days is established, from May 31 to June 9, to present arguments against the proposed resolution.



First Place

Student: Laia Pellicer Chover

Title: “Tweets à Théo”


Second Place

Student: Félix Sebastián Vega Tafur

Title: “Joker”





First Place  


Student: Sandra Yago Regidor 

Title: “Ahora que puedo ver”


Second Place

Student: Carla Habas Longas

Title: “Detective submarino”


Third Place

Student: Joan Zaragoza Ferrando

Title: “Trazas”


Selected works

Makers UPV arcade machine

Attention video game lovers! From tomorrow, get ready to immerse yourself in a world full of fun and nostalgia with the incredible arcade machine from Makers UPV.

Book it at the point of care, insert the token and start enjoying playing a selection of 60 arcade games at your disposal. Come and join the fun!

Exhibition 6th edition of the Photography and Sculptural Heritage Workshop of the UPV

The Student Recreation Centre is hosting the exhibition “Itineraries towards Sustainable Development”, which can be visited with free access from 16 to 30 May on the ground floor.

This exhibition is the result of the sixth edition of the workshop “Photography and sculptural heritage of the UPV”, organised from 1 March to 26 April by the UPV Art and Heritage Fund.

The exhibition, curated by Ricardo Ignacio Yusim, Antonio Colomina and Beatriz Doménech, brings together 10 photographs by the students of the workshop. Each of these photographs, of different sculptures from the Museo Campus Escultòric de la UPV (MUCAES), is related to a Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) established by the UN, as a universal call to action to end poverty, protect the planet and improve the lives and prospects of people around the world.