Queen Letizia of Spain made a visit to the School of Engraving and Graphic Design at the Museum of Royal Mint on Monday. She presented the Graduation Diplomas to the VII promotion of the “Master in Engraving and Graphic Design” and the “Tomás Francisco Prieto” awards, that recognizes the professional and career of renowned artists.
Upon arrival, Queen was received by the General Director of the Royal Mint House, Jaime Sánchez Revenga.
Queen held a brief meeting with during which she was informed about the School of Engraving and Design, its courses and the specialities and subjects that distinguish various courses.
At the end of the meeting, Letizia toured the School and saw coin classroom and burin engraving, engraving workshop, medal workshop and design classroom.
The School of Engraving and Graphic Design works to provide a public, personalized and high-quality education in the fields of artistic engraving and graphic design, especially in those areas related to the activity of the National Currency and Stamp Factory – Real Casa de the Currency (FNMT-RCM) – Royal Mint House.
Letizia looking at one of the engravings designs during the tour.
Queen also saw the process of engraving and designing during her visit to the Royal Mint House.
Next Letizia presented the Graduation diplomas to the passing out students. The Diplomas of Graduation to the VII promotion of the “Master in Media of Graphic Printing, Illustration and Artistic Coinage”, correspond to a title of the University of Castilla La Mancha that is taught in collaboration with the National Factory of Currency and Stamp – Royal Mint House.
It is a postgraduate Master that is aimed at all graduates or graduates in Fine Arts. The objective of the degree is the training of qualified specialists in the disciplines of Engraving and Graphic Design.
This year’s Tomás Francisco Prieto Award was presented to José Manuel Broto.
For the day, just like last week, Queen Letizia chose to bring back an outfit that we have seen on at least 3 different occasions since its debut. She was wearing Hugo Boss Short-sleeved ‘Felisabeth‘ sweater with the multicoloured pattern.
Paired the sweater with a BOSS ‘Seplea’ Colorblock Leather A-Line Skirt that features bright orange side pockets and navy blue highlighted waist.
Letizia first wore the outfit in May 2018 at the X Call for Social Projects of Banco Santander “Euros de tu nómina”, then in June 2018 during a State visit to the USA, then in October 2018 during World Mental Health day.
Queen topped it with Felipe Varela coat also seen in October 2018 during World Mental Health Day with the same outfit.
Letizia paired the outfit with her camel Hugo Boss block heels.
She finished it with her Gold & Roses Crawler Skyline Earrings.