New installment features talented kids discussing the connection and importance their heritage plays in their lives; all ‘Drawn To’ episodes are available on CN, the CN App, and across the network’s social platforms.
Cartoon Network is celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month with Drawn to Rhythm. The new installment of the series features two talented kids showing off their dancing skills and discussing the connection and importance their heritage plays in their lives. Lorenzo practices several musical instruments including the piano and xylophone and talks about his love of Colombian music, while Jayleen demonstrates multiple dances and gives us a glimpse into her Quinceanera.
Drawn To features new installments of monthly vignettes launching throughout the year featuring inspirational stories from real-life kids having fun and sharing common interests such as spending time with family and helping in their communities. The series seeks to elevate these voices, highlight diverse cultures, and provide a glimpse at the passions that bring kids together to celebrate unity and connectivity in a sometimes, uncertain world.
All Drawn To episodes are available on CN, the CN App, and across the network’s social platforms.
Each episode is produced in partnership with local artists to cultivate authentic connections with the topics being discussed. The Drawn to Rhythm and Hispanic Heritage Month graphics were created by Buenos Aires-based illustrator, Sol Cotti.
Source: Cartoon Network