Culture

A bilingual literary cabaret in London July 27, 2015 09:37

A bilingual literary cabaret in London

  Hispano-American and English artists have a date for a day of artistic and cultural exchange, which will feature various arts from story-telling to [...]
 
Indigenous roots in modern art July 21, 2015 03:08

Indigenous roots in modern art

Argentina has a long tradition of craftsmanship that has managed to survive and is reflected in artworks and design in the country today. This [...]
 
Death of a Gentleman… The uncertain future of cricket July 6, 2015 01:39

Death of a Gentleman… The uncertain future of cricket

It is the second most popular sport in the world, representing identity and tradition for thousands of its fans. So what would happen if [...]
 
 
Y Wladfa, Welsh Patagonia June 30, 2015 07:36

Y Wladfa, Welsh Patagonia

On the 7th of July, London will host celebrations to mark the 150th anniversary of Welsh settlement in Patagonia. A Catholic mass will be [...]
 
The Baroness of the Atayde Circus June 30, 2015 03:26

The Baroness of the Atayde Circus

It is a motley but fluid world that is falling from the husk of its past like ceaseless, burning rain amongst passions ardent and [...]
 
Anne Frank’s fears June 29, 2015 23:55

Anne Frank’s fears

In a short and tumultuous life, Anne Frank, a German girl, was born in 1929 and upon turning 12-years-old received a diary from her [...]
 
 
Venezuela and the end of colonisation June 29, 2015 23:43

Venezuela and the end of colonisation

On July 2nd, a special film screening will mark Independence Day in Venezuela.   Venezuela Solidarity Campaign organisers are celebrating the triumph of the [...]
 
Syria, its people, their rights, their refugees June 22, 2015 12:55

Syria, its people, their rights, their refugees

The civil war which began in the Asian country in 2011 has killed more than 200,000 people. A meeting will take place on June [...]
 
Summer cine in England June 22, 2015 00:31

Summer cine in England

The indie film production company Soda Films is bringing 12 films to premiere this summer.   Titles like Phoenix, The Goob, or Shooting for [...]
 
 
Pilger and the war hidden by the media June 14, 2015 00:02

Pilger and the war hidden by the media

The documentary “The war you don’t see” will be screened on the 24th of June, showing the role that press and propaganda has taken [...]
 
Amir Amirani: The media are acting like war cheerleaders June 6, 2015 23:26

Amir Amirani: The media are acting like war cheerleaders

Ignoring public opinion in what was the biggest worldwide protest against the war in Iraq has meant that over half a million people died [...]
 
A union of voices for a cause June 1, 2015 00:58

A union of voices for a cause

On the 17th of June Karine Polwart, one of the most important singer-songwriters in Scotland will share the stage with two notable community choirs [...]
 
 
Leopoldo ‘Teuco’ Castilla, from the village to the world May 11, 2015 02:43

Leopoldo ‘Teuco’ Castilla, from the village to the world

Recently honoured in Venezuela with the Victor Valera Mora International Poetry Prize, the Argentinian writer Leopoldo Castilla has gone through life discovering the world [...]
 
All the voices: journalism, diversity and politics May 11, 2015 02:24

All the voices: journalism, diversity and politics

This little bilingual booklet by journalists from England and Portugal is designed to stimulate thinking about the voices that the mainstream media mostly leaves [...]
 
Latino art and debate at Bolivar Hall May 10, 2015 19:58

Latino art and debate at Bolivar Hall

Music, performances, and a fusion of sound, discussion and film, will take place throughout the month of May in the Venezuelan cultural center.   [...]
 
 
 

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