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December 30th

2010 Alejo Carpentier Literary Award given to Cubans

The 2010 Alejo Carpentier Literary Award was granted to Rafael de Aguila, Ernesto Pena and David Leyva by the homonymous Foundation and the Letras Cubanas Publishing House. Read More

Las Tunas, the capital of sculptures

Since the very birth of the province of Las Tunas in 1976, with the new political and administrative division, there was an emerging movement of professional and amateur sculptures here. Read More

Local artist talent to participate at new years' eve in Camaguey

The local cultural system in this central-eastern province will use its artistic talent in the special program with which the people of Camaguey will bid farewell to 2009 and welcome 2010. Read More

Cuban cattle farmers gather 2 million litres of milk in 2009

The so-called “Patria o Muerte” Basic Unit of Cooperative Production, located in the municipality of  Jimaguayú, in the central-eastern province of Camaguey, was the first farm of its kind in the country that stockpiled 2 million litres of milk in the present campaign. Read More

December 29th

“My Havana” Painting Exhibit

The exhibition “Habana Mía” (My Havana) by Cuban visual artist Ileana Mulet is being presented at the Museo de Arte Colonial  (Colonial Arts Museum) (San Ignacio No. 61, Habana Vieja) from last December 15th to January 30th, 2010. Read More

Great Concerts at the end of the year

Two of the greatest concerts of all times were enjoyed in the End of Year Concert which was offered by the López Gavilán Junco family together with the National Symphonic Orchestra. Read More

Camagüey and Canada in visual arts exhibition

Characteristic elements of primitive art are present in the exhibition that took place in that city, with pieces from Joel Jover and Osmany Varonaboth from Camaguey province and the Canadian James K-M. Read More

Southern Cross Solidarity Brigade Arrives in Cuba

The solidarity brigade Southern Cross, whose members come from Australia and New Zealand, arrived in Cuba where it will celebrate the advent of the 51st Anniversary of the Cuban Revolution.<br /> Read More

Dance in Urban Landscapes Encounter

Retazos Theatre Dance and The Office of the Historian of the City of Havana are calling all of those who might be interested to participate in the 15th edition of the International Dance in urban Landscapes Encounter. Read More

U.S. official visits American held in Cuba

Havana says U.S. contractor gave communications equipment to dissidents<br /> the Cuban government has given a U.S. diplomat access to a jailed American citizen accused of providing communications <br /> Read More