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
Some thirty murals are added today to the long collection that decorate the streets of the neighborhood of San Isidro de Orihuela, to remember the poet Miguel Hernández. Professional and amateur painters, individually or as a collective, have begun to shape their works on the facades of the houses, which will end tomorrow throughout the day. Parades of bands of music, dramatized visits, sports competitions, poetic recitals, educational workshops, storytelling and concerts, have filled the neighborhood with life from early morning until late in the morning.
The performance of the Oriolan rock
“The Murals of San Isidro de Orihuela are a magnificent occasion to remember our most universal poet, Miguel Hernández, and to give visibility to our neighborhood”, with these words the Murals of the Murals 2019 President inaugurated the Murals San Isidro, Ana Lizón, at the opening ceremony.
The event took place this afternoon in the Plaza de San Isidro with the assistance of the Councilor for Culture, Mar Ezcurra, whose department has promoted this cultural event of national projection, accompanied by a wide representation of councilors of the City of Orihuela. Lizón
The Catalog of the Open Air Museum of the Murals of San Isidro has been published, which collects the images of the different works, as well as the reference of each one of them. This document helps tour the artistic-natural promenade through the San Isidro neighborhood; A must for those who come to Orihuela, tracing the poetic and vital footprint of Miguel Hernández.