Artist: Pablo Hugo Rozada Vena in Subtitles

Pablo Hugo Rozada Vena has come from Aviles, Spain as a well known artist to participate in the Compassionate St Augustine Project.
First Coast.TV caught up with him at an art studio as he worked on an obelisk with a Pedro Menéndez theme to it. He spoke in his mother tongue Spanish to our camera about his art, the project, and his impressions on St Augustine. We placed subtitles to share his thoughts with our English speakers.

Compassion Through the Eyes of Children

St. Augustine is Florida’s First Compassionate City and the Obelisk Project is part of the process.

The mission is to influence, inspire and grow a culture of compassion in St. Augustine through advocacy, awareness & action. The meaning of compassion, was interpreted by St. Johns County students, as they unveiled their obelisks last night, as another leg of Compassionate St. Augustine’s public obelisk art project.

Over 400 students in 28 schools participated in painting and decorating 4-foot obelisks that are now visual representations of compassion awareness.

The project is part of the Obelisk Art 450 initiative where 25 professional artists were selected to express their interpretations of the foundational values of the Spanish Constitution — freedom, democracy, human rights and compassion.

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Compassionate St. Augustine, Obelisk Art 450: Compassion through the Eyes of         Children

450 Years of St Augustine in Posters Part 2

First Coast.TV sat down again with Warren Clark to talk about the Posters that are everywhere in the city of St Augustine as it continues its 450th celebrations. He continued to talk about the history and stories behind these illustrations.

The posters are beautiful and the history on them pops out with its colors and drawings. In this part 2, we end with a slide show of some of these posters.

450 Years of St Augustine in Posters Part 1

First Coast.TV sat down with Warren Clark to talk about the Posters that are everywhere in the city of St Augustine as it continues its 450th celebrations. He talked about the history and stories behind these illustrations.

The posters are beautiful and the history on them pops out with its colors and drawings. This is part 1, so please stay tuned for part 2.

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