10 Hispanic singers that have released songs about the Pandemic

Due to the coronavirus pandemic, various countries have experienced a national quarantine. Some artists used this time to write songs and encourage their listeners to follow the World Health Organization’s guidelines. The message has been to remain hopeful. This is a list of 10 artists who produced songs about the […]

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10 Female Directors Showing that Mexican Film is More than Roma

Female Mexican filmmakers are on the rise. Miranda Leggett reviews some of these active directors working on multiple genres and telling under-the-radar stories. Each of the women director included has won at least one national or international prize. Esta lista incluye directoras actuales de México que han trabajado en géneros […]

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10 Latin American Museums You Can Visit Virtually

As traveling restrictions, safety measures, and other COVID-19 related concerns take precedence in today’s reality, alternate ways to enjoy art and culture have emerged. The Google Arts and Cultures project, created almost ten years ago, is a resource to view the work of many museums virtually. The following list contains […]

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COVID 19: Atlanta’s Arts Community & LatinX Culture [VIDEO]

The COVID-19 pandemic has paralyzed the normal life of our city and the world.  Music, arts, performance events are cancelled for the foreseeable future. Our artists and entrepreneurs are struggling.  The Latinx and other vulnerable communities are wrestling in numerous ways.  But it will end.  Y resistiremos.  Stay at home. Be […]

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2010s Chilean Electropop: A Decade in 10 Essential Tracks

Over the past ten years, Chile has witnessed the emergence of a large electropop scene in which different artists use drum machines, synthesizers and state-of-the-art software to explore the different political, social, romantic and sexual manifestations of men and women immersed in modern life. From names known in Latin America, […]

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