Argentina World Art Day Celebration

Sunday, April 14, 2013 (All day) to Monday, April 15, 2013 (All day)

Letter from Mr. Eugenio Zotta, President of WAG NC ARGENTINA
Here are photographs of the activities that took place on April 14th and 15th World Art Day, commemorating the birth of the great Leonardo Da Vinci.

The photographs are referred to stains contest held opposite the Cathedral of San Isidro, and solidarity work with children patients with different conditions in the Children's Hospital Ricardo Gutierrez in Buenos Aires. This work was carried out with the authorization of the Directors of the Hospital, the participants in the various disciplines of the hospital and artists who collaborated. The event was organized by Ms. Maria Elena Beneito, NC Vice Precident WAG Argentina, helping the President of the entity, Eugene M. A. Zotta and WAG team of Argentina.

Ms. Maria Elena Beneito wrote an article for a major international journal on the subject, being the president of APROVA, responding to the standards of the International Association of Art , who reports to UNESCO.

She is the one who is working hard with the whole organization, also one day with a contest, artists who performed work, where prizes were awarded.

15th day. April, we collaborate with Ricardo Gutierrez Children's Hospital, where we met children with serious illnesses, who are fighting against these diseases, which in many cases are severe, but with a desire to move on and with the joy of playing with art and express themselves through this.

I presented WAG Speech and Letter, as President of WAG Argentina and mentioned the work you are doing with the World Art Games.

Also were placed posters with the logo and name of WAG, supporting this activity. This was very well received.

The other picture is what you see have organized in the same date in the province of Jujuy, in the north of Argentina.

We want to thank your for the letter and your support for this.

Thank you very much, best wishes to you and all the success forever.

We shall see shortly in your country

Best regards,

María Elena and Eugenio"

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