The MACMA makes a didactic suitcase to take the festivity of Sant Antoni to schools

Bring the students of the Marina Alta the iconography, also the magic, of the San Antonio festivity and at the same time raise awareness among the youngest and the smallest ones on the footprint of one of our most deeply rooted traditions.

This is the purpose of the didactic suitcase that the MACMA has designed and coordinated in order to make it reach all the schools in the region and thus start a project of dissemination and promotion of a holiday that deserves reflection and, consequently, a demand for its recovery features of traditional culture.

With these words, the MACMA technique responsible for the project, Núria Gómez Bolufer explained an initiative of great pedagogical scope that aims to provide the centers of the region with a fundamental resource for the dissemination of San Antonio within the framework of the classroom. The suitcase made by the MACMA includes a CD with audiovisual, musical, and plastic resources as well as printable cards; It also includes a copy of the cards to work with, the card game Vitol i Vitol and the map of porrats y Sant Antonis of the Marina Alta.

A didactic proposal that aims to playfully work on the theme with one of the most sensitive and early age segments regarding the permeability and knowledge of a festival as deeply rooted as San Antonio: a celebration that since the MACMA has been enhanced in the last exercises. In fact, shortly the Cultural Mancomunidad will publish the III Guide Porrats, focs and Sant Antonis of the Marina Alta: a monographic guide that aims to recover the traditional festivals that are being lost, as well as the living memory of our peoples.

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