Los Llanos de Aridane (La Palma) (EFE).- Nearly a thousand schoolchildren between the ages of 3 and 14 have captured their vision of the volcanic eruption on the island and the serious consequences that has had in it.
These are drawings by schoolchildren from the affected area and from other places on the peninsula and the exhibition has finished its visit to the Benahoarita Archaeological Museum in Los Llanos de Aridane.
The exhibition is organized by the Carmen Santisteban Foundation, with the collaboration of the Ministry of Education, Universities, Culture and Sports of the Government of the Canary Islands and the Island Council of La Palma, and has been on display from January 3 to the 26 of same month.
The Minister of Culture and Historical Heritage of the Cabildo La Palma, Jovita Monterrey, has indicated that this initiative has allowed schoolchildren both on the island and from different cities of the Peninsula to capture, through artistic expression, the volcanic eruption and its serious consequences. consequences in palmera society.
Schools on La Palma have participated in this initiative, such as the Aridane Valley Rural Schools Collective (CER), or the Todoque, Jedey, Arco Iris, Las Machas and El Puerto Early Childhood and Primary Schools (CEIP), and the Institute of Secondary Education (IES) José María Pérez Pulido.
The centers IES Radio Exterior, from Alicante, the CEIP Baix Vinalopó, from Elche, the Hogar Madre Teresa School and the Carmen Sallès School, from Granada, have participated from the Peninsula. EFE