Paying tribute to the artistic and cultural legacy of Lolita Soriano Estrada, the Mayor's Office of the Citizen Power of Managua, held an educational conference on the life and work of the "Godmother of Nicaraguan Artists", on the 101st anniversary of her birth, the morning of this Monday, June 19, at the museum that bears his name.
This celebration and educational dialogue was attended by Vice Mayor Enrique Armas Rosales and historian Wilmor López, who shared that Lolita Soriano was a woman devoted to culture and art, as well as a writer, nurse, teacher and founder of schools for children and young people. .
"A great promoter of Nicaraguan culture, a distinguished woman who helped promote art, painting, poetry, music, dance, who in those days sought to keep cultural activities alive," said Deputy Mayor Armas.
During the conference, historian López, who was an old friend of Soriano's, recounted Lolita's work.
“She was a woman of integrity and dedicated to culture, she received the cultural delegations in those years, she was the founder of the Liceo Lola Soriano school, together with her husband they began to write monographs on Nicaragua that no one had done before in the country, I was friends with her from 1990 until the day she died, a street was named in honor of her, in her travels she collected interesting idols, which were scattered throughout the history of Nicaragua,” López shared.
Lolita Soriano, was born on June 18, 1922 and is remembered by the municipality as a woman dedicated to the noble causes of men and women who dedicated themselves to the arts, who in deserved gratitude consecrated her as "The Godmother of Artists of Nicaragua".