Culiacan, Sinaloa. With the participation of 12 painters, the Antonio López Saenz Art Gallery began the workshop “From the ready made to the still life”, taught by the artistic creator Manuel Matharwho for two days will carry out various activities organized by the Sinaloa Institute of Culture in coordination with the Sinaloa Centennial Arts Center and Trinchera 354.
On behalf of Dr. Juan Salvador Avilés Ochoa, director of the ISIC, Claudia Fabiola Apodaca, director of Education and Training, welcomed both the Yucatecan artist and the participants in the workshop, which was also attended by Dr. Feis, from Trinchera 534, Margarita Félix, head of the Department of Visual Arts of the ISIC and Manuel Tanamachi, head of the Department of Continuing Education of the Sinaloa Center for the Arts.
Manuel Mathar He shared that this workshop is due to the social retribution that all the members of the National System of Creators, of which he is a part, carry out to share with other creators the experience that is being acquired. “I am not a teacher by training, but I will try to do something in this process of how to elaborate and build one of the most classic forms that is the still life”, he commented.
Doctor Feis spoke of the activities that Mathar will take place on Thursday and Friday, in addition to the workshop, which will take place from 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m., Thursday 8 and Friday 9, in the afternoon, from 4:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m., will review folders of artists, at the Antonio López Sáenz Art Gallery and on Friday, at 7:30 p.m., the conference “Memories of a future. A country in another country”, in the local “Trinchera 534”, in the street October 30 number 534 of the Benito Juárez neighborhood of this capital. Free entrance.
The activity carried out by the teacher Manuel Mathar It is carried out within the framework of the Cultural and Social Interaction Program (PICS) of the Support System for Creation and Cultural Projects of the federal government.
About the artist
Manuel Mathar He has a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Monterrey. His painting is constituted from a reflection on the human condition and its relationship with the social and intimate environment, where everyday objects fulfill an important task as elements of resignification.
Among the recognitions for his work is the Scholarship of the National Fund for Culture and the Arts National System of Art Creators, in 2019; 3rd prize. Pedro Coronel Painting Biennial in Zacatecas, Mexico, Scholarship from the National Fund for Culture and the Arts National System of Art Creators, among others.
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