The artists brought the desire to value the local culture and everyday aspects of its history. In the mural, native fauna and flora surround a black boy who represents the African contributions to the social formation of Marabá. The fish carried on the boy´s back allude to fishing and fishers, a traditional profession done by some of the artists’ relatives. The Marajoara ceramics pay homage to the indigenous people of Pará and, at the boy´s feet, children have fun playing games that also marked the childhood of the artists.

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