Samples of theater, dance, visual arts, music and literature of Bahamas will be presented at the 32nd edition of the Caribbean Festival, to be held in Santiago from July 3 to 9, 2015, which will be dedicated to this nation.
The large and prolific work of Salvador Wood in the movies will be remembered on Saturday, in Cojimar, east of this city, with which will start the festivities for the 56th anniversary of the Cuban Film Institute (ICAIC by its Spanish acronym).
Four original paintings by famous U.S. playwright Tennessee Williams are on display for the first tome in Cuba at the National Museum of Fine Arts (MNBA), in this capital.
The 24th edition of Havana's International Book Fair, Cuba 2015, was officially inaugurated today in this capital, and will run until February 22 at its main venue of the San Carlos de La Cabaña Fortress and in other areas of the city.
The 5th "Varadero Dances" International Festival began on Tuesday in that famous beach resort, organized by Paradiso, a company specialized in cultural tourism on the island.
The events and activities of the upcoming International Book Fair Havana 2005 can be access on the Internet in real time, according to the organizing committee.
A multimedia work entitled Fidel Castro, the 1959 Freedom Caravan was launched Thursday in Havana as a record of the island-wide tour of the Cuban leader upon the revolutionary triumph that defeated the Fulgencio Batista dictatorship.
The Litz Alfonso Ballet is presented in Canada with the show AMIGAS, tour that will last until February 27 through major cities in Québec, always with the Cuban heat and energy transmitted through dance and fusion music.
HAVANA, Cuba, Feb 5 (acn) Cuba's Queen of Country Music, Celina Gonzalez, died on Wednesday morning, sources of the Cuban Music Institute announced.
Gladis Collazo, president of the National Council of Cultural Heritage (CNPC by its Spanish acronym) and Salvador Vega y León, rector general of the Metropolitan Autonomous University of Mexico, signed a collaboration agreement strengthening links between the two institutions.
More than literature awaits to those choosing to participate in the varied program the Organizing Committee of the Republic of India has prepared as Guest of Honor at the 24th International Book Fair, to be held from February 12 to 22 in this city.
The Critics Circle of Great Britain, in the 15th edition of the British Dance Awards, gave on Tuesday a National Dance Prize to Cuban dancer Carlos Acosta in recognition of his achievements and lifetime work.
The National Ballet School of Cuba will assume from now the name of the teacher Fernando Alonso, worldwide recognized as the creator of his methodology, in ceremony held by the Ministry of Culture of Cuba, Prensa Latina news agency reported today.
The University of the Arts (ISA) welcomed Frei Betto (Belo Horizonte, Minas Gerais, August 25, 1944), who spoke with students and professors on social movements in the formation of contemporary Brazil.
The 14th International Congress Pedagogy 2015 starts today its discussion sessions in the Convention Palace, on a day that will include the involvement of several prominent figures in the national and international educational context.