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Instituto Municipal de Cultura y Artes de Mazatlán

The 13th edition of the Artwalk: The path of art, will start on Friday, November 9. This information was released on Tuesday morning at a press conference held at the offices of the Cultural Institute of Mazatlan.

Manry Fuentevilla, Historical Center Project Coordinator; Abril Márquez, Artistic Director of the Institute of Culture of Mazatlán; Dora González, direct from Gandarva Bazar and the plastic artist Eutiquio Valdez, were in charge of announcing the calendar of this program that during the first Friday of each month will allow the local and foreign public to get in touch with the world of visual arts. Mazatlán houses.

Following the tradition that the artist Glen Rogers (founder of this project) started more than a decade ago, the organizers pointed out that the 2018-2019 ArtWalk Season will offer free access to 28 galleries and workshops in which the public will be able to appreciate the works of art. more than 50 mazatlecos artists, national and foreign.

In the same way, thinking about consolidating the structure that this project has been building, this year the public will be able to explore the richness and diversity of the Artwalk through a map that allows to delimit the area, point out galleries, workshops and artists that can be found in its path.

Photography, quilts, painting, jewelry, digital arts, ceramics, engravings, xylography and many other techniques will receive visitors from November 9, 2018 to April 5, 2019.

The teacher Eutiquio Valdez stressed that for 6 years the Artwalk has given him the opportunity to show his work, sell it and create contacts. He also stressed that the public that most frequents the Artwalk is the foreign public, but through the great work of organization that this year has been made they hope that the visit of the Buenos Aires public will increase.

The Artwalk maps: The art route 2018-2019 are distributed in galleries, cafes, restaurants and hotels in the Historic Center, Zona Dorada and Marina Mazatlán. In addition, the public can also consult the map on the page http://www.culturamazatlan.mx/