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Work of Fernando declared National Cultural Heritage

During a ceremony, on the 138th anniversary of the outstanding intellectual’s birth, held in the Aula Magna of San Gerónimo University College, in Havana’s central historic district, Gladys Collazo, president of the National Cultural Heritage Council, announced that the work of Ortiz has been declared National Cultural Heritage

An intimate portrait of a giant

The photographic exhibition Fidel: An Intimate Portrait was inaugurated in Havana’s Casa del Alba Cultural this August 1st, including more than a dozen images captured by his son, Alex Castro

Bebo is Cuban

The decades he lived far away, first in Sweden and later in Spain, never made Bebo Valdés less ours, or stopped him from promoting Cuban music

Havana D’ Primera records live concert

Havana D’ Primera's Alexander Abreu - composer, singer, trumpet player and band leader - talks about the group's new CD

Miami and Hialeah: Playing politics with culture?

To uphold the current anti-Cuban policy dictated by the White House, the mayors of Miami and Hialeah have adopted a unique cultural policy: no dealings with artists resident in Cuba


JR in Chinatown

The renowned French artist JR is participating in the XIII Biennial of Havana with his thought-provoking giant photographs

Raven Wilkinson fought racism

On December 17, at the age of 83, ballet icon Raven Wilkinson, the first black woman to sign a contract with a major company, passed away

Behind the vanguard: Fruitful and inclusive arts education

The broad and diverse cultural festival entitled “Artes de Cuba: From the Island to The World,” to take place May 8 through June 3 in Washington’s Kennedy Center, reflects the island's sustained and fruitful arts education program, key to the training of new talent