Art in the Cuban streets. Photo: Enrique González (Enro)/ Cubadebate.

Art is breathed in the streets of Havana, especially on the Paseo del Prado, one of the most popular avenues in the city. There, some exhibit their handicrafts, others their drawings, while teenagers and young people skate around.

I was lucky enough to meet others who, in addition, share their talent with the little ones, who are encouraged to draw with the paints they are offered. In a sort of "use" of colors: they share and learn.

Around Jesús Miguel Otero and Santiago Jacinto, two young artists, children crowd: curious and eager to "get lost" in the strokes. Approaching them is a privilege, they spread happiness and enthusiasm.

Street art becomes an unusual drawing workshop for children. Photo: Enrique González (Enro)/ Cubadebate.

Children in the area take advantage of the space to share with others and draw. Photo: Enrique González (Enro)/ Cubadebate.

Jesús Miguel Otero is a young visual artist. Photo: Enrique González (Enro)/ Cubadebate.

Cameras steal children's attention. Photo: Enrique González (Enro)/ Cubadebate.

Drawing, another space for recreation. Photo: Enrique González (Enro)/ Cubadebate.

Fun. Photo: Enrique González (Enro)/ Cubadebate.

Children draw on the Paseo del Prado. Photo: Enrique González (Enro)/ Cubadebate.