A large number of people from Santiago participated in the 19th edition of Find You


More than 500 artists from different fields exhibited their works, under the theme of the four elements of nature: water, earth, fire and air.

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With an important framework, the 19th edition of the Find You Exhibitionon Roca Avenue, between Mendoza and Avellaneda.

After the official opening, the head of the Cabinet of Ministers, Elias Suarezaccompanied by the mayor of the Capital, Norma Fuentesand representatives of cultural groups, toured the local art exhibition, where more than 500 artists from different fields exhibited their works, under the theme of the four elements of nature: water, earth, fire and air, which constitute the elements basics of matter and explain the behavior of the physical and spiritual world.

Also present were the undersecretaries of Culture of the province, Juan Leguizamón, and of the Municipality, Rodolfo Legname, and the director of the Bicentennial Cultural Center Cristina Campitelli, among others.

In this context, Suárez expressed: “We are happy for this new edition that undoubtedly brings together all the residents of Santiago del Estero in a large, participatory place, with different cultural disciplines and that is sustained and maintained as a space for popular participation. where the neighbor shares and coexists with artists and art”.

He also recalled that this event in its beginnings was organized by the Municipality of the Capital together with cultural groups, galleries and civil organizations.

At the end, he highlighted that these activities “are part of the governor’s effort Gerardo Zamora that supports cultural events with a clear State policy and we hope to continue maintaining all this effort.

In turn, Fuentes expressed his joy and said: “Once again Roca Avenue is transformed into a stage where artists can show their art in an exhibition that emerged in 2004 with a diversity of artists, so I want to congratulate the entire team that is part of the organization”.

For his part, Campitelli said: “We are happy about the call and we want to thank the governor who believed in the idea of ​​taking art to the streets and not thinking that one has to go to a museum and today the visual arts are once again protagonists along with other accompanying artistic disciplines”.

In the final part, Legname highlighted the importance of the State present to accompany and support the production of Culture and stated: “It is an event that has grown in participation and diversity of proposals.”

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