Until September 30th, Julio César García’s studio, located on Contreras street on the corner of Santa Teresa, in the city of Yumurina, will show the Pulso collective exhibition, the result of the creative work of the photography workshops held in this space during the stage of summer.
The images captured by the lens of nine young people make visible the union of creative work, the habit of reading and the values of Martí, Heredia and other personalities that Julio César, professor of the workshop, instilled in each of the meetings.
“The workshops were held initially with photography techniques and then the project management was worked on. The goal was for them to learn to tell their stories. To investigate, build a theme, take the images and select those that would be exposed. ”
As new pines, Julio César characterizes his students, while advocating to increase spaces such as these that enlarge the soul of young people and create opportunities to show the art that each one has inside.
“I have participated in other photography workshops and contests, but this meeting left me shocked. We created a link between young people, we received knowledge, we made debates about the most varied topics, because we not only talked about photography, there was space to talk about any topic related to the general culture. If I had the opportunity, I would participate again said”David López Cruz, young creator who participates in the exhibition.
Pulse collects images linked to flora and fauna, old age, abandoned infrastructure, the Cardenense bay, among other themes. A whole experience was for Julio César the work with these young people, because as a good educator he assures that he was fed back from the practices he lived with his students, while sowing in them the passion to bring wisdom and momentum to the lens It requires a good image.