The Eduardo León Jimenes Foundation project celebrates its more than three years of work in favor of Dominican art and culture.

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Solar energy is positioned as the option of greater penetration and development possibilities in industries and institutions.

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The cultural institution celebrates today 3 of October decade and a half dedicated to promoting Dominican art and culture from its Caribbean context.

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This nineteenth version of Ciudad Reciclada was carried out by Centro León under the auspices of Fundación Propagas.

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The Cultural Center offered 14 temporary exhibitions in different Dominican and foreign spaces, about art, culture and archeology.

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This eighteenth version of Ciudad Reciclada was carried out by Centro León under the auspices of Fundación Propagas.

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This seventeenth version of Recycled City was carried out by Centro León in coordination with Meridian International Center and the United States Embassy in Santo Domingo.

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The activity complements the educational program of the Recycled City project, which links art and the environment.

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Exhibitions, educational projects and a lot of culture, characterized these twelve months of institutional work.

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Leon Center and Propagas Foundation they inaugurated the seventh mural of Ciudad Reciclada, for the first time in a public school in Santo Domingo Norte, and the sixteenth version of this educational program in the country.

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The educational program of Centro León developed its fifteenth version in this educational center; for the first time in San Cristóbal.

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The seriousness of the problems caused by solid waste has motivated the creation of public and private initiatives that avoid the negative impact of the same.

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{gallery} Meeting between communities Students, teachers, artists and parents' associations of various institutions participating in this artistic-environmental program, met to exchange their experiences with the attendees.

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Recycled city: educated city

The educational and reflective intervention of this program leaves traces beyond the made-up murals: teachers and students, communities that transform their habits and their vision about garbage management and responsible consumption with the environment.

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Students and teachers from the educational centers, Santiago Apóstol Children's Shelter and Pontezuela School Below the city of Santiago, two artistic murals created from recycled materials were inaugurated. As a result of the twelfth and thirteenth editions of this environmental awareness program.

Published in 2013

The recycled city is a program that conducts a learning experience with adolescents and young students addressing urban environmental problems through the art of recycling. Promotes participants' awareness of the damage that non-biodegradable garbage causes to the environment, and through recycling exercises and creation of creative objects from these materials, discover the possibilities of protecting the environment and natural resources in a creative way .

The recycled city produces environmental benefits through the rehabilitation of the strip of a river, or a place affected by non-biodegradable waste, and affects the integration of the resident community near the site in the task of cleaning and sanitation. The intervention of murals in public areas with recycled material strengthens the awareness of young people about the damage that these wastes bring to our environment, and the possibility of using them in different creative ways.

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The Basic School of Pontezuela is the eleventh educational center that participates in the environmental program Recycled City, as part of the training and social responsibility projects of both institutions.

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On Sarasota Ave. Nuñez de Cáceres in the city of Santo Domingo, you can see the Mural number ten completed in the country, as part of the environmental education program Recycled City and social responsibility of both institutions.

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Centro León with Philip Morris Dominicana inaugurated the mural of La Ciudad Reciclada together with students from the Teófilo García School located on 27 Avenue in February of the aforementioned sector in Santiago.

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Philip Morris Dominicana and Centro León inaugurated the second mural in Villa Progreso of the environmental education project The Recycled City together with students from the Popular School of Art and Crafts (EPA) located in Parque Eduardo León Jimenes in Santiago.

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