By Carina López y Douglas Martínez
Over a hundred artistic and cultural activities flooded the streets of the Salvadoran capital this weekend during the Nuit Blanche (White Night) festival, which seeks to celebrate the diversity and cultural richness of the Central American country.
With more than 200 Salvadoran and French artists, the event is a concept taken from France with the idea of taking culture out of its physical spaces, such as museums, theaters, or other scenarios, to the streets.
At the inauguration of the meeting, the Minister of Culture of El Salvador, Mariemm Pleitez, said she was . . .