raymon-elozua

“I traveled to Cuba under the auspices of the Copperbridge Foundation. What was most impressive was how they connected us to two local dance and theatre groups that were exposing and teaching disadvantaged children the joys of the performing arts. Seeing such enthusiastic teachers and parents struggling against economic odds was heart wrenching yet joyous. Without Copperbridge’s experience and connection to Cuban culture, I doubt if I would have been exposed and been able to aid such groups.”

 

Raymon Elozua

IMG_8103“When we visited the Art School we were hosted by “Oz” a former student and now teacher.  After our tour, he and I talked a bit.  I gave him a gift of photograph notecards that I make and sell is the US … he insisted on giving me a gift of one of his prints.  I recognized it as a head that reflected a map of Havana.  He was pleased that I knew what he wanted to convey; I was touched that he wanted to give me a gift.  “The universal language of the Arts” touched us both.” 

Rosalyn Pachter

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