Florida, Nov. 17.- The Floridian writer, storyteller and artisan Elena María Obregón Navarro was recognized with the Living Memory 2022 award, in the category of personality, a distinction granted by Juan Marinello Cuban Institute of Cultural Research, to families, individuals and artistic units bearers of Cuban traditions.
Elenita, as she is known in the cultural movement of the territory, is also an improviser and theater actress, deserving of awards and recognitions in provincial and national events, among the most recent the first mention in the 11th edition of the Cuba Soneto national contest stands out. .
Linked to important groups and literary movements inside and outside the country, Elena María Obregón Navarro was selected to participate in the first Ibero-American Congress of the Décima and Improvised Verse.
This is the seventh Living Memory award achieved by a Floridian artist as part of the cultural research carried out by the Gilberto Miralles Loro Master of Science, a specialist at the municipality’s Luis Casas Romero House of Culture.