* Children, youth and adults exhibit their creations in engraving, drawing and video of the workshops of the Center for Arts and Crafts Escuelita Emiliano Zapata
By Luis Galindo
Mexico, December 14 (Notimex) .— As a result of the workshops given at the Emiliano Zapata School Arts and Crafts Center in Mexico City, this Saturday children, girls, youth and adults presented their final works in engraving, drawing and video at the University Museum of Contemporary Art (MUAC). To exhibit them, the creations were placed on wooden walls, highlighting the pieces in engraving, drawing and comics, which the participants developed throughout the work sessions in the workshops that lasted two months. The engraving workshop, Érika Ruiz, shared in an interview with Notimex, that in her workshop boys and girls from nine years old, to adults over 60, who learned to record in linoleum and other techniques participated. “The process was gratifying because almost everyone finished the course, completely free, going through topics such as gender perspective, deconstructing us a bit about stereotypes,” also, when the workshop process coincides with the last Day of the Dead, Ruíz He shared that they made a presentation of a Tzompantli and Calaveritas, and stressed that one of the objectives of these activities that are part of the MUAC Public Project Coordination is to bring children, young people and adults to art, through the Engraving, and learn from some exponents of that art, such as the Norwegian Edvard Munch (1863-1944), creator of The Scream.For his part, the drawing workshop, taught by Rocío Ameyali, lasted one month and the result It was a compilation of the works that the students did during that period, which were reflected in a publication.