Photographic exhibition for the Day of Cuban Culture in Ireland

Ireland, October 9, 2017 A photo exhibition with images of Cuba was inaugurated on Saturday October 7 at the "Donegal Bay and Blue Stacks Festival" at the Abbey Center in the city of Ballyshannon in County Donegal.

The exhibition is the work of the artist Emer O'Shea, who took the snapshots on her trip to Cuba in 2016 and will remain open until October 28.

The inauguration was attended by numerous public and local authorities and were present Deputy Maureen O'Sullivan, Professor Simon McGuinness, national coordinator of "Cuba Support Group Ireland" and Ambassador Hermes Herrera, who at the opening referred to the importance of culture for the Cuban revolutionary process, the protection of the country's cultural heritage, highlighting the role of Cuban leader Fidel Castro, even in the harsh conditions of the US economic, commercial and financial blockade. and on the achievements of artistic education in Cuba.
This activity is also part of the Che Abú Festival which was developed in Donegal in those days. (EMBACUBA IRLANDA)