Revista Latina NC cultivating our traditions in celebration of 2022- Revista Latina Dia del Niño Cultural Festival from North Carolina. A special thanks to the Artists, Dance Groups, Collaborators, Writers, Sponsors, Organizations and all the people who participated and enjoyed this celebration.
Takiri means in Quechua language "He who creates music and Dance". The purpose of this group is to show the Latin American Culture through dances. We dance rhythms from Latin America, especially Colombia, Puerto Rico, Ecuador, Mexico and Peru, including Cumbia, Bambuco, Mapale, Merecumbe and Plena among others.
Diamante Arts & Cultural Center, celebrating its 17th Annual Día de los Reyes / Three Kings' Day Parade in the City of Cary, North Carolina.
The North Carolina community gathered to celebrate the traditional arrival of the Three Wise Men,...
Celebration of the Day of the Dead with Revista Latina.
"The success of any activity is only achieved when the strength and dynamism of several people who support their energies in the same direction come together."
Carolina Fonseca, Visual Artist creates these candles "Vela de Unidad" and "Las Caras de los Sueños", for the Dia de Muertos offering of Revista Latina.
One of the most representative traditions of the country is the Day of the Dead, a time when thousands of families place an offering to share bread, water, sweets and other ornamental elements with different meanings with the deceased.
With the aim of helping to preserve and expand our traditions and culture, the first celebration of the national holidays and commemoration of the Independence of Mexico was held in Louisburg, North Carolina.
This civic cultural community event also had as an emphasis the dissemination of the traditional dance groups of the peoples of Mexico that exist in this area of North Carolina since, as is known, Mexico is one of the countries with the most cultural richness in the world. and Mexican migrants keep their deep-rooted roots crossing borders.