Martha Jimenez presented her artwork at the Emerson College Library

Camaguey- On the afternoon of November 3, 2010, the Cuban artist Martha Jimenez presented her work at the Presidential Hall of the Emerson College Library, which is an institution dedicated to the teaching and promotion of communications and the arts in the city of Boston.

At the event, was presented a small format sculpture and seven paintings of the series "Longing", which had already been exhibited in the Gallery of the Lombillo Palace, in the City of Havana.

The meeting was attended by the director of the Library, Robert Fleming; the rector of the Faculty of Arts, Linda Moore; and the president of Emerson, Jacquelinne Liebergott; along with other artists, filmmakers and gallerists of the city of Boston.

The Cuban culture teacher, Flora Gonzalez, introduced Martha Jimenez, and spoke about the excellent career of this artist based in Camaguey. After the formal presentation, Martha Jimenez talked with the faculty, the students and the audience that were present.

Author: Communicator.
Source: Studio-workshop Martha Jimenez