martes, 15 de junio de 2010

"Own revelations" that bring near to the historical roots in Esmeralda

Esmeralda's Municipal Museum, located in the head of this territory, distant to some 90 kilometers of the provincial capital, exhibits in one of its rooms the Collective Expo “Own revelations”, result of the creative talent of several artists of the town.

The expositive sample, organized by this cultural institution, reflective the aboriginal historical roots, very ingrained in this area of the north coast of Cuba.

The authors, Andro Beltrán Guerra, Michel Ley Jiménez, Severino Morgado and Saida Vázquez, center their work in sculptures made in beautiful wood and in mud, and in representations of dead natures. They also show other elements of the plastic arts like the painting and some ornamental pieces.

The Expo Collective “Own revelations”, is one of the actions that carry out in Esmeralda, to foment the local art and the cultural traditions of this territory of Camagüey. (Néstor Reina and Mayelín Cabrera)

In Camagüey foreign scholarship holders go for Cuba

Foreign scholarship holders in centers of high studies of the county of Camagüey, played today next to students of diverse teachings, a March for the Homeland begun in the University of Medical Sciences "Carlos J. Finlay" of this city.

The youths accompanied for affiliated to the Federation of Students of the Secondary education (FEEM) Pioneer Organization José Martí (OPJM), went toward the preuniversitary "Álvaro Morell" to surrender tribute to Antonio Maceo Grajales and Ernesto “Che” Guevara in their birthdays 165 and 82, respectively.

Yurislenia Pardo Ortega, president of the Federation Student University student (FEU) in Camagüey, said that in reciprocity to the sacrifice of those heroes, to the youngest generations corresponds to take care of the Revolution.

Every day a high one should be made in the daily dynamics to study the history and to learn of the altruism and delivery, of countrymen like these, she added.

The encounter was I also propitiate to manifest the support to the conquests of the Cuban Revolution, and to demand the freedom of the five prisoners Cuban antiterrorists in the United States.

Luis Blanco, Venezuelan student of third year of Natural Sciences of the Pedagogic University José Martí, condemned the economic, commercial blockade and financier imposed by the American administrations to the Cuban town, and demanded the extradition from the terrorist Luis Posada Carriles to Venezuela.

"We refute the mediatic campaign against the Cuba and we claim its exclusion of the list of patrons countries of the terrorism, because this Caribbean nation is the one that more defends the right to the life", to the work and the education, added Blanco. (Yaniuska Macías Rivero/AIN).