The participants will see their artistic contributions published in the institutional profiles of the island’s legation on social networks, the diplomatic representation announced in a note.
According to the note, the initiative is part of the tribute to the life and work of the emblematic figure of Cuban independence, whose birth occurred on January 28, 1853.
In addition, certificates will be granted to those who carry out works in paintings, drawings, poems and essays, and they will be sent from this Monday until the 28th to the embassy’s email address firstname.lastname@example.org.
The award is organized by the Embassy of Cuba in Morocco, the Association of Friendship and Solidarity between Morocco and Latin America, and the Association of Cubans and Moroccans in France.
With a prolific written work, José Martí organized the last independence attempt against Spanish colonialism, and died in combat in Dos Ríos, in the east of the country, on May 19, 1895.