Emerging will be a meeting place for debate, information, dialogue and action. From theater, film, music and literature to daily social imagery and its multiple settings, we will create a space for conversation, understanding and, above all, for the acceptance of the complex and multiple identities of women.read more >>
When, with this century, balconies began to grow on façades – note that in old colonial mansions the balconies, in general, are scarce and tiny, except in those that have them as a sloping roof over a balcony with wooden balustrade – connecting to the next one in a continuous process, from one corner to the other, there appeared those inseparable elements of Cuban ironwork, the guardavecinos, placed to define the portions of the aerial world destined for the upper urban floors of this one or that one.
The first Cuban literary works that included speculative scientific elements and interests were those written by writer Francisco Calcagno. However, it was not untilthe writings of Juan Manuel Planas (1887-1963) that one can speak for sure of the birth of Cuban science fiction.read more >>
Homeland, family, freedom, music, love, heroism, peace and justice are the guiding threads of Pablo Massip’s most recent documentary Me dicen Cuba, by and for the Five anti-terrorist heroesread more >>
As editor of the newspaper El Camagüeyano, where he began to work on March 20, 1924, the future national poet of Cuba, Nicolás Guillén, took on the Pisto Manchego section, in which he combined journalism, literature and the promotion of products, businesses and services with new grace and rigor.read more >>
Since ancient times, and in almost all cases, it has been men who have created the patterns of beauty. This text investigates, from a gender perspective and in a concise way, the consequences of this phenomenon.read more >>
Cuban singer Eme Alfonso, director of the first Havana World Music encounter, states that music from all over the world is coming together in Cuba.
This year, cultural practices in the village of Santa Fe have gained a great vitality thanks to the founding of a new project, headed by the Italian Association for Cultural and Social Promotion (ARCI).
The first metals cooperative in Old Havana opens a hope for renovation of the city’s patrimonial ironworks.
Pedro Junco Redondas was born on February 22, 1920, in the city of Pinar del Río. He began to study piano when he was 8 years old and in August 1933, he received the diploma that credited his abilities as a pianist, although he went down in history for his composition Nosostros.
Manuel Galich hall at Casa de las Américas again serves as the stage for a proposal that dialogues from its most intimate pathways with the routes of Cuban theater.