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Art as a lifestyle: Melisa Mbile Sánchez Nawara

Art as a lifestyle: Melisa Mbile Sánchez Nawara

She has a degree in economics from UNGE (National University of Equatorial Guinea), a member of the National Balet Ceiba group, has a great passion for music and dance.
She discovers that she has the potential and wood of an artist at the age of five, at that time her mother took her to the rehearsals of the traditional Baleles typical of the Bisio ethnic group with the ladies who danced Nzanga; In the course of them, his mother could see that Melisa transmitted energy and was happy doing what she did.
The rhythm of the dance appropriated his body, to the point of not wanting to stop dancing once the rehearsals were finished.

As for the Bisio ethnic group, Melisa says that she is one of the richest ethnic groups in Equatorial Guinea due to the fact that her origins and settlement from the beginning has been from the Bata Coast; the beach, which has allowed them to identify with the sea. Tranquility, tranquility and the mystical.

After his speech, Mesila believes that the parents of young people should educate in cultural values ​​of our customs and traditions. He understands that the roles of the internationalization of the world and modernism are becoming increasingly important, but he believes that our customs identify us as a people.

“The ultimate goal of parents is to see their children happy, and if your child is happy drawing or singing, the parents’ duty is to enhance those skills”

Melisa tells us that her Mother has played a very important role in her life over the years, has instilled values ​​such as perseverance and perseverance, has also allowed her to take off in her professional career and artistic career.
His greatest difficulty as an artist is the moral damage of his countrymen, who scoff when you appear before them as an artist (singer, dancer, cartoonist, actor, etc.), society’s contempt for artists and the world of art .

His greatest difficulty as an artist is the moral damage of his countrymen, who scoff when you appear before them as an artist (singer, dancer, cartoonist, actor, etc.), society’s contempt for artists and the world of art .
The best moment as an artist for Melisa is when she is on stage and is cheered by those present, that is her best moment! ; That is the moment when she feels complete and enjoys doing what she does well.
The fact of being able to represent your country abroad, wear the shield, dance, sing for and for all the Guineans of the world, that for her, is unique.
From his perspective as an artist, for Melisa, art in Equatorial Guinea is undervalued, he believes that there is work to be done, that one day the great dream of every Equatorial Guinean artist will be fulfilled.

“I am convinced and I have always said that art is a therapy, and a lifestyle”

Author: Aquiles Mensah, Equatorial Guinea

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