La Escuela de Diseño de la Universidad Adolfo Ibáñez, en colaboración con el David Rockefeller Center for Latin American Studies (DRCLAS), organizó la visita a nuestro país del profesor Krzystof Wodiczko, artista interdisciplinario y profesor de Arte, Diseño y Dominio Público en Harvard University Graduate School of Design, quien dictó una conferencia pública sobre su obra el día martes 17, en la UAI.
UM POETA, UMA PROFESSORA DE LETRAS E ALGUMA POESIA
Francisco Alvim e Clara de Andrade Alvim leem poemas e conversam sobre poesia contemporânea brasileira.
This event is free and open to the public.
Sponsored by Consulate General of Brazil in Boston Department of Romance Languages and Literatures, Harvard University Nancy Clark Smith Chair Fund DRLL Brazil Studies Program at the David Rockefeller Center for Latin American Studies ARTS@DRCLAS ...
Speaker: Judith Colell, Spanish filmmaker and Vice-President of the Spanish Academy of Arts and Cinematographic Sciences, will be presenting her film "53 días en invierno" (53 days in Winter). Released in 2006, the film was a real surprise on the Catalan and Spanish film scene because of its unusual style and laconic narrative. This is a great opportunity to review the film and to talk to the director. The screening will be followed by a film discussion...
The 8th Floor was proud to host a social event on Sunday, March 23, attended by President Jimmy Carter and by his grandson, Georgia State Sen. Jason Carter. President Carter visited The 8th Floor, the art gallery supported by philanthropists and art collectors Shelley and Donald Rubin in New York City, where the art exhibit Drapetomanía: Grupo Antillano and the Art of Afro-Cuba, curated by Harvard Professor Alejandro de la Fuente, is currently on display.
Drapetomaníais a tribute to Grupo Antillano (1978-83), a forgotten visual arts and cultural...
Harvard Divinity School, Rockefeller Cafe, 47 Francis Avenue, Cambridge, MA
Performance by Professor Jose B. Cuellar, aka Dr. Loco.
This will include a pachanga/baile for all who attend. Dr Loco’s style includes short vignettes about the place of origin and history of the songs he plays so an educational and entertaining evening is in store for us all.
William James Hall #1, 33 Kirkland St, Cambridge, MA
Speaker: Jose B. Cuellar, Professor of Raza Studies at theCollege of Ethnic Studies ofSan Francisco State University. He will be lecturing on the diverse musical traditions and practices of the Latin@ diaspora.