Casa de las Américas and the Research Center of International Policy (CIPI) will convene the III Seminar on Studies on Native American, Afro-descendant and Latino Communities in the United States to be held, through digital platforms, from November 17th – 19th, 2021.Full Story
The bolero as a musical genre was born in the city of Santiago de Cuba in 1883 and spread throughout the entire country, becoming an elegant poetic-musical expression of Cuban songwriting, and "Tristezas" by José "Pepe" Sánchez is known as the first bolero in history.Full Story
Watts is widely regarded as one of his generation's most influential drummers.
The volume, dedicated to Commander Manuel Piñeiro Losada and José M. Miyar Barruecos (Chomy), addresses, among other topics, international economic relations, socialism as a condition for development, the struggle for democracy, and the historical roots of a culture of solidarity.
Filmmakers, actors, and actresses from all over the world are gathering on the banks of the Nile River to present their latest work.
Until February, crowds and meetings of over ten people will be banned, which implies the prohibition of all cultural presentations until then.
UNESCO Director Azoulay stressed that this fundamental human right must be protected defend every day, especially in the face of new forms of digital exclusion.
The international ballet festival in Cali, Colombia celebrates the life and legacy of Cuba's prima ballerina assoluta, Alicia Alonso (1920-2019) in the context of the hundreth anniversary of her birth this year.
The festival will be held online and will be completely free.