In a few days, Havana will host the fifth edition of the International Salsa Festival, a dance music genre deeply rooted in Cuba that was born from the synthesis of Cuban son and several Caribbean […]
From December 5 to 15, 2019, Havana hosted the seventh continental art with the exhibition of 300 films from 37 countries, headed by Argentina and Brazil and with audiovisuals from other parts of the world, […]
The death at 98 of Alicia Alonso, the most iconic dancer in Latin America, orphaned the Cuban dance movement, because she was its foster mother and the ambassador of Cuban ballet. Viengsay Valdés is now the […]
Aged 39, Katia Gonzalez Salazar is a multi-skilled activity leader at the Centre des Métiers d’Art in Pointe-à-Pitre (Guadeloupe) for seven years. She graduated from the Academia Provincial de Artes Plásticas “José Joaquin Tejada” de […]
Kariculture.net, unique Caribbean trilingual cultural magazine, wishes you a happy New Year 2019 !
As part of the program entitled “Plural identities”, the city of Pointe-à-Pitre decided to highlight culture of all foreign nationals who live on its territory. After Lebanon last March and Haiti last May, it was […]
On September 14, 2016, the magazine Kariculture.net was launched in the Guadeloupean and Caribbean media landscape. Its launch was not easy but the challenge was taken up in spite of everything. Kariculture.net is, for the […]
Pupils from “La Corde La /La Cuerda La” music school performed several compositions for half an hour. As part of the “Rendez-vous aux Jardins”, an annual event organized in France and the French overseas territories, […]