Welcome to the world of Eva Poyato
By Barry Wright A MULTIMEDIA exhibition by the Cartagena-born artist Eva Poyato is taking place at San Pedro del Pinatar culture centre art space until September 30.
Named La Vida Alrededor (the life around), it features a selection of recent drawings, paintings, sculptures and installations.
For this exhibition Sra Poyato has filled the simplified, poetic world encapsulated in La Vida Alrededor with minimalistic, playful characters and symbols.
Eva Poyato is a fine arts graduate from San Carlos University in Valencia and has a Masters in printmaking from the CIEC Foundation in Betanzos, A Coruña.
She has had various exhibitions in Spain, Italy, Germany, the US and China.
The culture centre is situated at Calle Alcalde Julio Albaladejo 16 and is open from Monday to Friday from 09.00-13.30 and 16.00-20.30 and Saturdays from 09.0013.30.
Admission is free. can already apply to use the facilities for free, providing the numbers are not disproportionate to the size of the pool and the paying public still have access
Until October 8: Torrevieja district of La Mata’s patron saint Virgen del Rosario fiestas. In addition to the scheduled events, rides on the fairground attractions in Plaza Encarnación Puchol will cost €1 on September 16, 23, 30 and October 6, 7. The only exception will be the ‚jumping‘ attraction which is €1.50. Here is the programme of events: September 16: 12.00: Second La Mata ‚Res Bul‘ wacky races. Trophy for the first three vehicles. Plus children’s entertainment and disco. Registration in advance by telephone to 680 251 271 or 629 860 809. Snack and a drink for all participants September 17: 10.00: Virgen del Rosario pilgrimage (romería) accompanied by the statue of the Virgen. From the parochial church to Lo Albentosa park 12.00: Mass at Lo Albentosa park sung by the Virgen del Rocío brotherhood choir from Torrevieja 17.00: Start of the pilgrimage return journey. Finishing at the parochial church September 23: 12.00: Humor Amarillo (yellow comedy)
Eva Poyato (left) explaining the minutiae of one of her paintings to Silvia Egea Morales, councillor for culture and tourism