The collective of Artex, of Matanzas, today receives the condition of National Vanguard for the fourth consecutive year thanks to the agreed and pertinent effort of the workers who are part of the yumurino guild.
The tribute, designed to be held within a few hours at the La Atenas cultural center in Cuba, aims to celebrate the 28 uninterrupted years of work of the factors that make up the branch.
In advance of the event, Radio 26 spoke with Pablo Rodríguez, director of the Matanzas entity, about the achievements of Artex Matanzas at the end of the current period.
Pablo asserted that Artex’s work in the province has excellent prospects, since new cultural and recreational establishments such as nightclubs, swimming pools, bars and restaurants with cultural and gastronomic offerings of first quality were inaugurated.
“So far we are working on the new scenario and the growth of the branch with the help of a stable work team consisting of 570 workers and a consolidated board of directors in the last three years,” the executive told Radio 26.
The Image and Development Manager, Katia Rodríguez López, specified that “The objective is to intensify the quality of the service and attention, of the products and offers that we promote, always promoting good cultural practices and elevating the Cuban language to its maximum expression”.
Rodríguez Carrasco affirmed that the positive growth of Artex in recent times is largely due to the impact of these products on tourism and in the international arena through extensive and intensive channels: “All this became the majority income for the branch. Other mechanisms are added, such as the sale by catwalk and the collection of liquid income that has placed them this year in the first place at a national level in that aspect “.
With new proposals in Matanzas, the work group works in a concatenated way with the Ministry of Culture to offer the population Cuban art from the native. No doubt a group with countless merits that makes it worthy of the flag for the status of National Vanguard for the fourth consecutive year.