Havana’s Historic Center Cultural Projects for the Cuban families

Havana’s Historic Center Cultural Projects for the Cuban families
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20 July 2015
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The Quinta de los Molinos offers a different weekly tour through that great green space of the city that approaches the public to the plants, animals and environment. Las artes en el Barroco relates the public to this theme through audiovisual conferences offered by BSc Isachi  

Durruthy Peñalver, specialist from Teatro Martí, BSc Emilio Alejandro Sarandeses Morera, from the Museo de Arte Sacro, and BSc Liset Valderrama, visual arts expert of the Cultural Management Direction.

The Special Route Jose Marti en el camino de los libertadores, dedicated to the 120th anniversary of the beginning of the Guerra Necesaria (1895-1898), the last part of the struggle for the liberation from the Spanish colonialism lead by Jose Marti and the Cuban Revolutionary party, includes the visit to museums that treasure historic evidences related to these facts: The City Museum, the Numismatic Museum and the Juan Gualberto Gómez House.

The weekly Route Alicia Alonso. Órbita de una leyenda, takes place at the Centro Hispano-Americano de Cultura and is a tribute to the Cuban Prima Ballerina Assoluta in her 95th birth anniversary. This program includes arts exhibits, guided visit, conferences and audiovisual materials.

The cultural program Rutas y Andares para Descubrir en Familia celebrates 15 years trying to approach the public to the historic-cultural patrimony treasured in Havana’s Historic Center.  Since the first itineraries through museums created in 2001, that were afterwards complemented with thematic tours, the project has grown and enriched with virtual tours and summer workshops for children, young people and adults.

Translation: Liana Fleitas (Cubarte)

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