Sad, wanting extra, to say what they assume, to generate debate, to create and create tradition. So are the 4 younger individuals who perform the challenge targeted on offering areas and content material that enrich youth important pondering: La Revista Cultural.
Daniela Torrico (22), Josué Canelas (21), Nikolás Vásquez (21) and Julio Torrico (21) are college students of the Social Communication profession on the Universidad Mayor de San Simón (UMSS) and the inventive thoughts behind Dicen Por Ahí , challenge from which La Revista Cultural emerges, a complement that addresses all types of subjects associated to tradition, similar to literature, cinema, music, pictures, gender, historical past and dance, amongst others.
When Daniela determined to appreciate the concept that had been round her head for a very long time, she considered her mates, with whom she shaped a staff that expanded a lot that it now contains younger folks from different universities or folks from different departments curious about tradition.
“On the college, they did not give us these areas as we needed. We realized that there have been very succesful boys in issues that we didn’t deal with, so we started to develop, ”explains Josué.
The concept of the younger folks was to create an area for different folks like them, who wish to deal with present issues or just discuss what they’re enthusiastic about.
“The target of the journal and the web page is to offer a voice to school children who’ve the identical goal as us, as a result of that’s what is lacking. We consider that there are younger individuals who have the power, important pondering and don’t give them the chance, ”says Julio.
Step one was to create the digital portal Dicen Por Ahí, on the finish of 2019. They started to develop workshops, talks and webinars, however it was nonetheless not sufficient. After brainstorming between the 4 of them – and with the idea of a college newspaper that that they had – they took on the problem of creating the journal as soon as a month, refined the graphic half and started to incorporate different younger folks as collaborators. The primary quantity got here out in August 2020 and at present they’ve already offered the seventh.
“The challenge begins, from the start, significantly. It’s one thing that we preferred and it has helped us to develop, ”says Julio.
Up to now, that they had virtually 30 collaborators, most of them between 18 and 25 years previous and it’s now not restricted solely to UMSS college students, however they’ve the participation of younger folks from different universities.
Among the many individuals who take part month by month in La Revista Cultural within the writing half are Diego Palacios, Nivia Saravia, Grecia Núñez, Adriana Zapata, Fernanda Rodríguez, Sara Zeballos, Fanny Quiroz, Belén Balderrama, Daniela Beltrán, Adrián Arévalo and Álvaro Montoya . As well as, within the graphic and illustration space are Daniel Moya, Andrés Araníbar and Camila Gonzales. The truth is, for this final space they opened a name to all those that have expertise to design.
Nonetheless, in addition they have a sector for specialists, who share a subject that they know in depth and, on this method, encourage readers.
All through the 24 pages that make up the digital journal, creativity and themes don’t have any limits. “The tradition in Bolivia is just not solely folklore, we now have romanticized that. With the journal we wish to present that our tradition goes additional, ”says Josué.
After seven points, a number of workshops and seminars behind, Daniela assures that the best satisfaction they really feel is giving an area to different younger folks to satisfy their want to put in writing about one thing they like.
Ever since they began, larger and larger targets have been set. Now they dream of presenting their journal in print and that the Dicen Por Ahí portal continues to generate important content material from younger folks for younger folks. “We all know that it’s troublesome, that’s the reason we’re advancing steadily, attempting to not make errors, it’s a dream, we now have to strive now,” emphasizes Daniela.
And Julio says: “We wish to present that Bolivia actively participates in international tradition and that it additionally produces it.”