Puerto Vallarta, Mexico - For the second consecutive year, the Sports and Culture for World Peace Foundation (Decupaz) and the Crayola Art Truck are bringing art, culture, fun and ecological awareness to Mexico as part of their national Sigue Creando ("Keep Creating") campaign.
After making stops in eight states around the country, they have arrived in Puerto Vallarta, where the Crayola Art Truck made its first appearance yesterday at the La Isla Shopping Village. There, everyone was invited to imagine the world as a better place and to share, through art, their ideas on how to create a clean environment where all species can thrive in their natural habitats.
The Crayola Art Truck will move to Peninsula Plaza today, Friday, August 24, where the program will continue from 3:00-9:00 pm, and resume activities at La Isla on August 25 and 26 at the same time.
The "Sigue Creando" project is aimed at children and young people, but the participation of adults who want to contribute their ideas on the proposed theme through the drawing is not ruled out.
The organizer, Omar Zambrano, said that the program's main objective is to bring the public closer to art, to nourish their imagination and develop their creativity through drawing and other painting techniques. More importantly, he said, the project promotes ecological awareness and respect for all its species through artistic expression, and creativity allows everyone to contribute their ideas on how to take care of our planet.
Make plans now to be a part of this unique environmental campaign that lets your voice be heard through the creation of eco-conscious art aboard the "Sigue Creando" creativity truck. Participation is completely free and everything you need to make your drawings is aboard the Crayola Art Truck. The resulting art works will be exhibited in the plaza, where they can be appreciated by the public.
The Puerto Vallarta Tourism Trust congratulates the creators of this initiative and its hosts, who contribute to developing art, culture, fun and ecological awareness that all are part of what makes Puerto Vallarta such an attractive tourist destination.Press release translated and edited by Lorena Sonrisas for BanderasNews.com.