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April 21st

Sixth edition of the International Poor Cinema Festival extended to Camagüey

The sixth edition of the International Poor Cinema Festival, organized by the famous movie maker Humberto Solás, extended its proposals to the province of Camagüey, April 18th-to 21st. Read More

Cuban painter Nelson Domínguez to exhibit most recent pictorial work in Japan

The Cuban painter, drawer and illustrator Nelson Domínguez exhibits his most recent pictorial production at the Miurart Village Museum, found in the city of Matsuyama, Japan, informed the Cuban Embassy in that nation. Read More

Cuban Artistic and Literary Promotion Agency celebrate its 20th anniversary in 2009.

The Artistic and Literary Promotion Agency, Artex, attached to the Cuban Culture Ministry is preparing to celebrate its 20th anniversary in 2009. Read More

April 20th

Las Tunas, Cuba: Plenary of the Communist Party Debates Agenda to Substitute Imports.

The Plenary of the Provincial Committee of the Communist Party of Cuba in Las Tunas carried out important debates on the substitutions of imports, starting from the potentialities of the territory in this field. Read More

Art Instructors in Junior High Schools in their Desire of Spreading the Cuban Culture

Art Instructors of this eastern province of Las Tunas work in all the junior high schools of the eight municipalities of this territory, in their desire of spreading the Cuban culture in the communities. Read More

A wonderful tribute to the Cuban painter Wilfredo Lam

With his engrossing Flor luna (Moonflower), artist Wifredo Lam delivers the portrait of a woman with generous breasts, thorns in her hair (or is it a mane?), a Bogeyman face and a horse-like mouth rendered the more grotesque by what appears to be an engorged fang. Read More

Cuba and the imports of rice for the population

Cuba has begun clearing sickle bush from thousands of hectares of rice land as soaring prices force it to reconsider importing hundreds of thousands of tonnes of the population's main staple, local media reported. Read More

"Larios" workshop gallery and its history in Camagüey, Cuba.

"Larios" workshop gallery remains as a delusion of grandeur trace left by those enormous housings built during the 18th century in the former village of Santa María del Puerto del Príncipe. Read More

Danza Cuba returns to Canada with Lizt Alfonso

For most of us, Cuban dance is showgirls in feathered headdresses cha-cha-ing at the Tropicana or the sweaty couplings in the underground salsa clubs of Havanas Miramar district. Lizt Alfonso Danza Cuba, the biggest dance troupe to come out of the country, explodes all those preconceptions. Read More

''No-Budget'' Film Festival to Award Best Movie on Marginalized Groups

The jury of the Sixth International 'No-Budget Film Festival, in Gibara, Cuba, will award the Latin American documentary that best expresses the values of small communities and marginalized groups. Read More