The Councilor for Culture and Youth of Orihuela, Mar Ezcurra, thanked the residents of the San Isidro neighborhood for their involvement in organizing the Murals in homage to Miguel Hernández, which will fill this popular Orihuela neighborhood with artistic activity . The mayor of Oeihuela, Carolina Gracia, as well as other members of the Orihuela municipal government, also participated in the opening ceremony. Ezcurra has highlighted the great effort that the city council, local artists and the inhabitants of the neighborhood have made jointly to recover this festival of culture that
You can already see the cultural program organized to celebrate the Murales de San Isidro this weekend in Orihuela. Varry Brava will open this new edition with a free concert on Friday night.
The deadline to submit applications to paint facades in the next edition of the San Isidro Murals is open Present
Mar Ezcurra, Councilor for Culture of the Orihuela City Council, announced this Friday that the deadline is now open to submit applications to paint facades in the next edition of the San Isidro Murals that will take place on June 3, 4 and 5 in this popular Oriolan neighborhood in homage to Miguel Hernández.
“Any artist, association or group that wants to participate in this new edition can now contact the Department of Culture by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 966738044 and send us their sketch”, explained Mar Ezcurra,
The Department of Culture of the Orihuela City Council reschedules the activity of the San Isidro Murals for June 3, 4 and 5. This event, in homage to the Orihuela poet, celebrates its ninth edition this year and the painting of new facades will be joined by the rehabilitation of facades that have deteriorated over time.
Music, theater and poetry reading During the first weekend of June there will also be musical performances, dramatized routes or poetry readings, among other activities, turning the San Isidro neighborhood into an open-air museum full of
As a result of the health crisis caused by the coronavirus and after having agreed with the other groups of the Municipal Corporation, the Councilor for Culture and Youth, Mar Ezcurra, has announced the suspension of the acts planned in the coming days by these councilors, following the recommendations of Public Health and other official bodies that advise avoiding events, meetings and events in which a large number of people congregate.
Among the suspended events is the next edition of Los Murales de San Isidro, scheduled for the weekend of March