The origin of the Fundación Fondo de Cultura de Sevilla (Focus) has to be attributed to the cultural activity that the company Abengoa began in 1972 and that first became manifest in the edition of the work Temas Sevillanos.
This cultural work, inspired and promoted by Abengoa, made its leaders see the importance of moving beyond their essential technological functions to embrace an activity that would benefit society as a whole. It was for these reasons that the Fundación Fondo de Cultura de Sevilla (Focus) was created in 1982.
The Focus-Abengoa Campus is a meeting place located next to the Guadiamar Green Corridor in Sanlúcar la Mayor (Seville), whose main purpose is historical-landscape, archaeological, technological and environmental education.
Its headquarters is the Casa Quemada estate, where there is an exhibition on the relationship between the historical and environmental heritage features of the area, the Solucar Platform, the various sources of energy and the changes in the landscape throughout history. There is also a projection room, where the documentary "From the Earth to the Sun" is shown, which focuses on the construction of the surrounding landscapes and the importance of clean energies.
With the dissemination of the historical and environmental heritage of the Guadiamar Green Corridor as its main objective, the Focus-Abengoa Campus offers a full programme of activities for all audiences in its facilities, a place where archaeology, rural environment and clean energies converge.
Monday to Friday, 10:00 am to 11:30 am / 4:00 pm to 5:30 pm.