BY BÁRBARA RAMÍREZ AND ANTONIETA VALENZUELA
Terra Peninsular announced during a press conference its first participation in the 9th Baja Seafood Expo in Ensenada, with the photographic exhibition “Ángeles de Bahía”, composed of 14 photographs taken by José “el Güero” Arce Smith.
From October 3 to 7, 2017, the Baja Seafood Expo will be held in the esplanade of the Caracol Science Museum, located on Costero Boulevard; this year several activities related to sustainability and the environment will be offered with the purpose of raising awareness about the environmental and social impacts in seas and oceans.
The exhibition “Ángeles de Bahía” will be on display in the first floor at Salon Totoaba of the Caracol Science Museum from October 6th through 8th, 2017.
Bárbara Ramírez, Development and Communications Leader, explained that the project began in 2012 and it was achieved as a collective effort between Terra Peninsular and José “el Güero” Arce Smith, with the purpose of promoting Baja California’s natural beauty and the importance of natural resources and their sustainable use.
The exhibition has been previously presented in Ensenada and Mexicali, as well as in Guerrero Negro, Loreto and La Paz in Baja California Sur.
This exhibition seeks to show the scenic beauty of Bahia de Los Angeles, Baja California, through these photographs, and thus, to give visibility to these natural places, in order to awake public interest in learning and contributing to the protection of these sites.