Hugo Brazão and Graham Guy-Robinson are the winners of the VIA Arts Prize 2018. Their work incorporate elements inspired by Latin American and Iberian culture. Anna Beketov Their names were announced by a panel of judges at an award ceremony at the Embassy of Brazil on 13 December. […]
An exhibition of the work of ten Cuban artists settled near the Hudson River in New Jersey will run until December 9th. Their cultural background contributed to the formation of a discussion about the issues of a revolutionary identity. Marcella Via Identity is an abstract and multi-faceted concept […]
The film industry of the Caribbean country represents an alternative model of cinema. The struggle and achievements of the Cuban community in building socialism will be presented this November in a revolutionary film festival. The Cuban film tradition is revolutionary both in its content and practices. In March 1959, […]
The two-time BAFTA Scotland nominated film about the impact of Scottish factory workers against the Chilean dictatorship will be screened this Monday in London. Marcella Via Extra-juridical executions, systemic torture and forced disappearance are only some of the many human rights abuses that the political opponents of Augusto […]
This winter, this well-known international event will present the very best of contemporary visual theatre. The 2019 edition will see British artists at the forefront. During theatre plays, the transmission of a meaning or a specific message often goes deeper than the simple intonation of a sentence or choosing specific words. The body also plays a key role in communicating emotions and telling stories to the public.