We share the words of Marta Arañó about the art exhibition she presented on 29th June at the Sala Domènech i Estepà in Sant Esteve Sesrovires.
“The Art, an universal language – crossing borders and bringing continents closer from Sant Esteve Sesrovires to Kathmandu. Proud of all my students for the work they have done throughout the course and for this exhibition, and proud of the artists from Kathmandu who have sent us their works.
Many thanks to the Amics de Nepal Association for their help and involvement in making this project a reality, and many thanks also to the collaborators: Sant Esteve City Council, ArtViu Group, Sesdansa, Ca N’Estella winery, Can Casals winery, Caves Roger Goulart, and many thanks to my son for editing the videos and for putting his music in what will be sent to the students in Nepal, a real gift.
A thousand thanks again to everyone, to all of you who accompanied us and for your solidarity, Namasté”
Tinta i vi Art studio