On the Caribbean island of Cuba there is a unique group, which builds on tradition, and for 90 years has kept alive the heritage of members of the diaspora and the culture of their ancestors. Mayra Pardillo Gómez Its repertoire includes dances from Lanzarote, Tenerife and La Palma, […]
Censorship, hostility or repression against the homosexual community or immigrants are realities that still exist in British and Spanish society. Talking about it is not always easy, but with art, many things are possible…and more effective.
In the neighbourhoods of La Marina, Simpson and Pueblo Nuevo in the 1920s, rumba and Guaguancó reigned in the dance halls and popular festivities. Wilfredo Alayón At that time, in the town of Matanzas 62 miles east of Havana, a birthplace of important musicians, musical septets were born […]
Fears and anxieties are used to create and diffuse fake news and manipulate the electorate. This is what happened at the last Brazilian election. A group of researchers studied the case in order to develop a method to deal with fake news. Nathan Raia At the last vote […]
This is what the Festival of Latin American Women in the Arts (Flawa), will do between the 15th and 19th May, in London. A way to show the perceptions of women from Latin America in film, music, literature and arts. London and the UK are home to a rich […]