Cuban cartoonist Alfredo Martirena said that ”a good journalist prefers to save his news better than his own life” so does he with his work, and won the Award to Excellency at the Caricature Contest on Freedom of the Press in Canada.
The 13th edition of International Biennial in Havana completes its days on Sunday, where creators from 52 countries over a month turned into art public spaces in Havana and other provinces.
Cuban President Miguel Díaz-Canel recalled Victory Day over fascism today and highlighted the contribution of the Russian people to world peace.
More than 45 artists from France, Canada, Mexico and Cuba are participating Thursday in the 26th edition of the World Festival of Young Artists, held every year in this eastern Cuban province.
Several projects to conserve the existing values â€‹â€‹in this city and the Valle de los Ingenios, both declared by Unesco in 1988 as Cultural Heritage of Humanity, today promotes the Office of the Conservative.
The Latin Music Institute (ILM) today announced the screening of a new animated series that, among its characters, will have the renowned Cuban composer, guitarist and orchestra leader Leo Brouwer.
Cuba’s representative before the UNESCO Executive Council, Oscar Leon, denounced the economic, commercial and financial blockade imposed by the United States on the Caribbean Island, diplomatic sources said on Thursday.
Cuba on Tuesday noted here the crucial role of UNESCO in the consolidation of peace, which is increasingly relevant in light of growing global threats.
Four Cuban fiction movies will be competing at the Havana Film Festival of New York that will also dedicate special sessions to screen anthological films and recent productions of the island.