The Cuban Institute of Cultural Research Juan Marinello announced on Monday the postponement of the international events scheduled to take place in April and May, as part of the prevention and confrontation measures of the Covid-19.
Journalists from domestic and local media, radio and television of Cuba held on Thursday the Public Press Festival, in which professionals show their daily work, new projects and debate with public.1
Artists from the Canadian province of Quebec are showing their experiences in documentary filming.
The National Ballet of Cuba directed by Viengsay Valdes and the National Dance Company (NCD) of Mexico will pay tribute to the Cuban prima ballerina assoluta Alicia Alonso, with three performances of ‘Giselle’ at the Palace of Fine Arts.
The 5th edition of the Salsa Music will open on Tuesday in this capital with the special participation of Puerto Rican singer Victor Manuell and major Cuban orchestras.
The 29th International Book Fair (IBF) concludes this Sunday in this capital with dance, music and theater shows, in addition to the usual sales of volumes.
President Miguel Diaz-Canel received the Director of the Royal Spanish Academy (RAE) and President of the Association of Spanish Language Academies, Santiago Muñoz, who is visiting Cuba.
The 29th International Book Fair in Cuba dedicates its first day to exalt the 60 years of relations with Vietnam, invited of honor to the event.
Cuban President Miguel Díaz-Canel attended the opening last evening of the 29th International Book Fair (FIL), dedicated to Vietnam, to Ana Cairo, National Social Science Award, and to playwright, Eugenio Hernández.
Around 700 titles and some 2,000 copies will bring Vietnam to the 29th International Book Fair (IBF) in Cuba, where it will be the Guest of Honor, according to representatives of its delegation.