Welcome to the planetary generation! PLANETARY SONG: BROTHERHOOD ON EARTH (HC EDITORES, Costa Rica) is an independent project, managed entirely by its compiler, without any connection with organizations, institutions, companies, ideologies or political, cultural, economic interests, social conceptions or religious beliefs. The participants and their contributions are free of any manifestations of discrimination, racism, nationality, age, sex, sexual orientation, disability, race, ethnicity, language, economic level, academic level, among other human entelequias. This is a multilingual, multi-artistic and multicultural project: a full-length PLANETARY SONG promoting peace and global brotherhood. Its central theme is the environment.
From the pre-Hispanic era of Mexico and Latin America, to the history of modern art of the best European painters. All this in one place. The North Carolina Museum of Art is located at 2110 Blue Ridge Rd in Raleigh, North Carolina.
Ligia has given her existence a lot of color and has done it to her full freedom, her success is synonymous with reference, since she discovered her talent for painting, her inspiration has been colorful ... Ligia is a daughter, sister, wife, mother, friend, poet, artist but above all a great humanist, who throughout her life has been committed to carrying motivational messages through her artistic expressions (painting-literature) that so much adores.
The official and international launch of the novel "Marathon" was a luxurious presentation that lasted one hour and fifty minutes. After welcoming and thanking the guests who were given the opportunity to share a literary evening, the host author spoke to us in summary of his work. After his intervention, we gave the space to the Spanish writer and "creator of universes of magical colors" Julio L. Calderón, who read a paragraph of the book that we present. Then, the Puerto Rican writer, poet and international columnist Tania Anaid Ramos González, Azula, presented Wilson's literary profile.
Last Wednesday, August 27 of this year, the Consulate General of Mexico in Raleigh became the scene of a unique and emotional event directed by the Consul General of Mexico, Claudia Velasco Osorio: the presentation of the book "El Arte. Espejo de an Immigrant. Story of Cornelio Campos", written by María del Refugio Sandoval Olivas, affectionately known as Cuquis Sandoval. This book combines the richness of the narrative with the chronicle of a life marked by migration and a passion for art.