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More than 200 children painted the Panama of their dreams together with Olga Sinclair

More than 200 children between the ages of 7 and 14 painted on canvas what the Panama of their dreams would be like, as a result of a private alliance between Sistema Clave and the Olga Sinclair Foundation (FOS), in order to motivate Panamanian children and youth to dream big, live healthy and internalize how through art they can build a more humane society.

Fifteen of the best works by boys, girls and young painters participating in the collective painting workshop will be chosen by Telered to be placed on billboards and muppies in the capital city to highlight art among children in Panama during the month of August as part of the “Art is Key” campaign.

The artist Olga Sinclair emphasized that we are living at a defining moment in our evolution; where art acts as a catalyst for personalities and talents in the most important stage of human life. “Art can be the tool that enables our children to develop their full potential, allowing them to touch the sky with their hands,” she said.

For Sistema Clave, fully training current and future generations to dream high and express through art how to build a better Panama is essential to “inspire, guide and accompany our cardholders on the path to better control their finances and leave positive footprints in the country. This is possible when we generate opportunities that add value for cultural and social integration in our societies, an approach that we share with the Olga Sinclair Foundation, said Michelle Camazón, Director of Customer Experience.

More than 200 children painted the Panama of their dreams together with Olga Sinclair

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