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Work by local artists goes on display at Valencia

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The Port Authority of Valencia organised the exhibition at its clock tower building
Artwork by local artists has gone on display at the Port Authority of Valencia’s clock tower building.

Cruise passengers can attend the free ‘La Comunitat de l'humor’ exhibition, consisting of 190 illustrations by 19 cartoonists.

Children are invited to draw characters from the cartoons on display and learn new techniques using different materials.


The port authority organised the attraction in collaboration with the University of Alcalá de Henares and the Quevedo Institute of the Arts of Humour.

Visited by 4,000 people over the festive period, it remains open until February 5.

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