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This Sunday, third edition of “Florida Between Sidewalks

Florida Entre Veredas (FEV) takes place this Sunday 27 from 16:00 to 20:00 in the town of Florida, Olivos

This Sunday the 27th from 16:00 to 20:00. there will be a new edition of it Florida between sidewalks (FEV), an artistic event open to the public in the town of Florida, Olivos, in the north of Greater Buenos Aires. There, more than 20 art workshops and more than 50 resident artists will open their workplaces, show their creative spaces and take their productions to the streets. It will be possible to visit the workshops and open studios of artists, cultural and exhibition spaces as well as the shops and gastronomic places that accompany artistic proposals.

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Among the various activities planned, the activity organized in the Freya store stands out, which will take place in the town of Ayacucho 1383. There, the authors will share readings about “The food”. Majo Moirón, Natalia Romero, Magally Etchebarne, flowers monfort y Gabriela Larralde. There will also be a “vitamin oracle”, in charge of anna eyebrows.

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Florida between sidewalks (FEV) is a collective and self-managed initiative of culture makers from an area of ​​the Buenos Aires neighborhood of Florida, Vicente López. It proposes a free tour through the tree-lined streets of the neighborhood and takes the sidewalks as a space for the encounter with art, culture and gastronomy. The first edition was held in 2021, with the aim of making the work of neighborhood artists known among the neighbours, generating networks and strengthening the neighborhood identity.

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It is an invitation to walk the streets of Florida, open the doors of the workshops, go through the art processes and taste the flavors and knowledge of the neighborhood.

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