The time in Havana, Cuba
Havana, Cuba.-A work by Cuban artist Fabian Sotolongo is part of the collective exhibition We Draw for Gaza, against the Israeli genocide in Gaza supported by U.S government, displayed at the museum Mahmoud Darwish, Palestine.
Granma newspaper reports today that the exhibition will be on display during the month of August and it is made up of works by artists from many countries who showed their support to the people of Palestine, attacked by the Zionist war machine.
Havana, Cuba.-The National Art Teaching Award was granted to renowned pianist and piano professor, Alicia Perea, in recognition of her dedication to the formation and training of the new generations of artists and art professionals in Cuba.
Founder of the National Art School in 1962, Alicia Perea directed that prestigious art educational center for 16 years, where she also worked as a pianist teacher. In 1987 Perea directed the Cuban Culture Ministry’s Music Division and the Cuban Music Institute.
Havana, Cuba.-Indirect talks between the government of Israel and the Hamas resistance movement brokered by Egypt do not seem close to a peace agreement. Analyst Maria Elena Alvarez explained at the Roundtable TV program that the positions of the parties are irreconcilable.
On the one hand, Tel Aviv demands the disarmament of the armed group, and this in turn calls for the end of the blockade among other minor demands, but they do not reach an agreement.