Mola inspires 500-year celebratory event

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French designer Hélène Breebaart and the Italian architect Carla Brusa, passionate about the hand-appliqué mola made by the Guna Indians, have created an event: Mola – Arte sin Fronteras. The celebration of native heritage will showcase the Guna culture combined with Western traditions. The event is organized as a part of the celebration of the 500 years of the discovery of the Southern Sea (Pacific Ocean) by the Spanish Conquistador Vasco Nuñez de Balboa.



The Italian Embassy and the National Institute of Culture (INAC) are sponsoring this event. Casco Antiguo will be the host to this event open for the public. Activities will take place at the INAC building, Anita Villaláz Theater and las Bovedas Gallery. From Monday, October 21 to Saturday, October 26. Events, exhibitions and conferences will show that the mola is an art form without borders. Expect to see fashion designers, painters, sculptors, photographers, furniture designers, decorators and artisans.

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