Colors and sea creatures jump from the exhibition of the Children’s Drawing Contest of the 9th Festival of the Oceans to the delight of the thousands of tourists who use the services of the Cancun International Airport, an complex with the highest passenger and aircraft traffic international and second in passengers and national aircraft in Mexico.
The exhibition shows 96 drawings that were registered by primary and secondary school students from the mexican State of Quintana Roo, the rest of Mexico and Colombia, Chile, France and the United States, to present, through their plastic works, problems that humanity is causing in the oceans such as the climate crisis, the disappearance of the vaquita, plastic pollution, overfishing and invasion of exotic species, but above all showing solutions to inspire audiences to reflect and change habits to conserve the oceans, essential in sustaining life in the planet.
This is the third time that the Cancun International Airport has hosted the Children’s Drawing Contest exhibition at theFestival of the Oceans, with a pause in 2020 due to the pandemic.
The exhibition will be open to the public in Terminal 4 of the Cancun International Airport from June 2 to September 30, 2021. The winners from Quintana Roo obtained bicycles and interactions with dolphins in Delphinus, while the winners from the rest of Mexico and abroad respectively won a trip with airfare, an all-inclusive hotel stay at Dreams Natura Resort and interactions with dolphins at Delphinus.