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First US-Cuba Museum Exchange in 5 Decades

Cuban artists, all of whom were raised on the island and have launched international careers from there, are exhibiting their works in Key West. Organizers say it is the first exchange between Cuban and U.S. museums in more than five decades Read More

50 Years of Decorative Art at Havana Museum

With an extensive program of activities including lectures, performances and exhibitions grouped in topics, techniques, and styles, the National Museum of Decorative Arts in this capital will hold its 50 years of existence Read More

Cuba Provides Art Teachers to Arjona''s School in Guatemala

Three Cuban art teachers are working in the school popular singer and songwriter Ricardo Arjona recently opened in Ixcanal, a small village where he himself placed in Dec. 2012 the first bloc for the construction of that educational center. Read More

Cuban Circus Act Awarded at International Chinese Festival

A Cuban acrobat quartet was awarded with a bronze medal at the 1st International Festival of Circus held in the southern city of Zhuhai, China, for its performance in the Russian Bar Act. Read More

Flap over late cultural figure's estate

Officials say they conducted an inventory of art, books, furniture and documents belonging to the late Alfredo Guevara, and three valuable paintings were determined to be missing. Read More

Chinese Acrobatic Company Fuyong to Perform in Havana

The Chinese company Fuyong Acrobatics Art Troupe returns to Havana to perform in this edition of the International Summer Circus Festival Circuba 2013, which is scheduled from July 16 to 21. Read More

Cuban art opens up to the world

Today Cuba's art scene is vibrant and global. Read More

Cuba, Venezuela Agreement Strengthen Cultural Ties

Authorities from Venezuela and Cuba strengthen cultural ties today through bilateral and social programs, such as "Corazon Adentro" Cultural Mission. Read More

Telesur news channel gives Cubans glimpse of world

There have been some strange sights on Cuban TV sets recently. Read More

U.S. bottleneck snags Florida Orchestra's Cuba exchange

The Florida Orchestra has run into the first real glitch in its cultural exchange with Cuba. On Friday, the orchestra learned it had to postpone plans to send concertmaster Jeffrey Multer to perform on Feb. 10 with the National Symphony Orchestra of Cuba in Havana. Read More

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