The participation of children from the Latin American School program immersed themselves in the creation of calaveras catrinas, an iconic manifestation of the Day of the Dead celebration in Mexico. With their dexterous hands and imagination, the children brought these skulls to life, each of which was a unique reflection of their creativity and love for Mexican culture.
"Loop - Ciclo" stands as a testimony to the unwavering persistence and unquenchable passion that drive Latin American artists and art lovers to promote their culture in foreign lands. Despite cultural barriers and prejudices, it is revealed how Latin American art has the power to build cultural bridges and promote diversity. It is a call to reflection, urging you to appreciate cultural and artistic wealth in all its forms, through the prism of persistence, creativity and passion that reside in the hearts of Latin American artists.
Edgar Bernal's "Wings of the City: Sculptures Under a Frosty North Carolina Winter" photography exhibition is a fascinating visual dialogue that fuses two forms of art, sculpture and photography, to explore the human capacity to transcend adversity and achieve spiritual elevation. Inspired by the series of sculptures "Wings of the City" by renowned Mexican artist Jorge Marín, this exhibition offers a unique perspective that captures both the human essence and the intrinsic beauty of the sculptures, as they are subjected to the challenge of the harsh winter in Carolina of the North.
Latin American School, dedicated to teaching Latin American language and culture, is excited to launch its new Saturday program, offering exciting opportunities for personal growth, cultural enrichment, and academic success. Latin American School's Saturday program features various courses: Spanish as a Heritage Language (SHL), Spanish as a Second Language (SSL), SAT Math and Creative Math, English and SAT Essay Writing, Chess, Arts and Crafts, and Dance folkloric. This diversity ensures that all students can find courses that align with their interests and academic goals.
The summer camp organized by the Latin American School at the Consulate General of Mexico in Raleigh has come to an end, leaving behind an unforgettable experience and an invaluable opportunity for cultural exchange and personal growth for all the participants. For three weeks, the children had the opportunity to immerse themselves in the cultural richness of Latin America and strengthen friendship ties with people from different countries.
Born in Mexico in 1996 L. Oliver Pratt is a Mexican fine artist with 8 years of experience in figurative sculpture in various media and techniques.
Interested from an early age in Art. The discovery of clay and plasticine led...
The City of Raleigh, North Carolina dressed in the colors and traditions of Mexico. Between catrinas, dances, artists, Mariachi music, the sounds of the guitar, the jarana and the violin of the Huastec sones, and the offering, a fundamental element of this celebration.
Tina Alberni Semi-Abstract Artist. He grew up between Puerto Rico, Colombia and Miami. Her bi-cultural and vibrant heritage and experience are woven throughout the fabric of her art, layering in a variety of techniques and materials with geometry, color...
The great capacity to manifest, or transmit emotions in poetry and art; that natural and intense release of feelings through these magnificent works, which sometimes cause us so much impact, and at the same time arouse our deepest interest, is certainly a great stimulus for the heart.
How many times, when contemplating a canvas, do we walk between reflections, going deeper beyond our feelings? How many times, in the intimacy of that encounter, do we surprise a tear or a smile?
RALEIGH — The North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services is reporting the first pediatric flu-related death for the 2023-2024 flu season. A child in the western part of the state recently died from complications associated with influenza infection. To protect the family’s privacy, additional information will not be released.