The ceramic exhibition inaugurated at the Virgen del Carmen Cultural Center, with more than 300 handmade pieces


The mayor of Torrevieja, Eduardo Dolón, together with the councilor for the Elderly, Inmaculada Montesinos, the deputy manager of Agamed, Gemma Cruz and the professor of the School of Ceramics, Conchi Vaquero, have inaugurated the exhibition at the Virgen del Carmen Cultural Center of Ceramics organized by the Department of the Elderly.

In the exhibition you can see more than 300 pieces exhibited by the 80 students of the school who have participated in it. Particular pieces, with great taste and aesthetically very beautiful, handmade and with wonderful stories to tell for each of its protagonists. The exhibition has pieces such as crockery, ashtrays, busts, vases, meninas, paintings, among many others. It will remain open until March 22 in the exhibition hall of the Virgen del Carmen Cultural Center.

Lastly, it should be noted that the students of the School of Ceramics of the Department for the Elderly teach their classes at the San Pascual Senior Citizens' Home, led by Professor Conchi Vaquero.