The Madonnari Festival returns to Puerto Vallarta for its 14th year, bringing chalk art back to the streets of downtown, an event organized by the committee of sister cities Puerto Vallarta-Santa Bárbara, in coordination with the City Council.
The inscriptions and activities begin November 8 – 10 in the side corridors of the municipal presidency, as well as in the Plaza de Armas.
In this edition, there will be categories for children, junior, youth and adults, and there will be no registration fee for people and artists who wish to participate, who will be provided with chalks needed to turn the sidewalks of downtown into a work of art.
As in previous years, artists from different states of the country participate in the annual festival, with Puerto Vallarta being the first city in Mexico to participate in the international art event.
In addition to promoting art and culture, this event also promotes Puerto Vallarta, and the winning artist participates in the event that takes place in Santa Barbara, California, United States, Sister City of Puerto Vallarta.
Madonnari has already become a tradition in the city and is an added value of the twinning with Santa Bárbara; an annual artistic promotion event for local values, and an inspirational opportunity for children and young people.
The president of the Committee of Sister Cities Puerto Vallarta – Santa Bárbara, announced that 115 artists participated in the event last year, so this time it is expected to have a greater number of artists.
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