We invite you to visit the expo "Do not tell me more" in Sala Cable al Arte de Colunga

May 24, 2019
Communications Colunga Foundation

Throughout the month of June will be available the exhibition "Do not Tell Me Anymore" of World Vision in Sala Cable al Arte of the Colunga Foundation, and which features the participation of prominent Chilean illustrators.

Reflect the normalization of gender violence in expressions so used by Chileans, is what the publication sought "Do not tell me more" of World Vision, which has been delivered free of charge to more than 1,500 people and which is also available for digital download.

The book, published in August 2018, is in its third edition, being delivered free of charge in different regions of the country. It has its translation into Portuguese, extending its reach to Brazil, Ecuador, Spain, Mexico, Argentina and Peru.

The 13 illustrations belonging to the project are on display from May 8 in the Cable Room at Arte de Fundación Colunga and the Arteurbano collective. In it, you can find collaborations made by renowned artists such as Catalina Bu, Fernanda Frick, Holly Jolley, Catalina Cartagena, Oyemathias, Carla Vaccaro, among others.

Inauguración expo "No me lo digas más"

Arturo Celedón, Executive Director of Fundación Colunga, said in the welcome to the exhibition: "In this building different injustices are fought, especially those that have to do with poverty and exclusion. But also the thousands of inequalities that exist in our daily lives. These exhibitions help us to open our eyes and to be more aware. The challenge is to work from our organizations to create spaces for justice and transformation, "he said.

"The invitation is to look at each of the images and identify what they have heard, said or said, perhaps without any bad intention. We must bear in mind that language constructs realities and we want to motivate them to change our way of speaking. To have an inclusive language, free of stereotypes, "added Sandra Contreras, Executive Director of World Vision Chile at the opening.

The initiative that was born in Chile, framed in the program "¡Quiérete! United against gender violence ", seeks to help girls in improving their self-esteem, providing tools for their empowerment and build the ways to achieve gender equality.

"Do not tell me more" will be available throughout June at Av. Bustamante 26, Providencia, Monday through Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. We wait for you!

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