CREATE ACCOUNT

FORGOT YOUR DETAILS?

While current tensions in Latin American journalism make the news, audiences are urged to remember Uruguayan journalist, author and poet, Eduardo Galeano, who passed away in 2015.

Read More

Ai Weiwei, a Chinese artist and activist, will be exhibiting his work in Buenos Aires.

Read More

The Universidad Nacional Autónoma de Honduras (UNAH) Cinemateca Enrique Ponce Garay celebrates three years gathering film treasures that record the development of cinema in Honduras and important events in the nation’s political and social history.

Read More

The Association of State Workers (ATE), the country’s largest union of public employees, is calling attention to unresolved and precarious employment.

Read More

Alfaguara publishers relaunched this Nicaraguan writer’s novel, which was conceived as a mockery of the exercise of power during the Sandinista revolution.

Read More

Although the admiration of music is deeply embedded in Brazilian culture, there are still very few “renowned” Brazilian musicians who have the freedom to effortlessly take artistic risks while staying true to their loyal fan base.

Read More

The images of the Saudi soccer team in the Adelaide Australia stadium mocking a moment of silence in memory of the London bombings have gone viral.

Read More

It was five in the morning when Claribel Alegría first found out she had won the 2017 Reina Sofía Prize for Iberoamerican Poetry, one of the most prestigious awards for poets.

Read More

A new season of pianists will perform at the Centro de Extensión Artística y Cultural Universidad de Chile (CEAC) in Santiago.

Read More

An author can be famous for his or her style, but sometimes there are aspects of that style that haven’t been examined. Mexican author Juan Rulfo isn’t famous for being funny.

Read More
TOP
x Shield Logo
This Site Is Protected By
The Shield →