Gabriella Reginato's publication served as a pretext for the Comer as a Dominican gathering linked to the Ser Oscar de la Renta exhibition.
Five sectors were winners in the thirteenth edition of the contest that recognizes collective work in the communities of Santiago.
This edition of the contest aims to stimulate contemporary artistic expressions and practices, among other objectives.
The 13 edition of the Decora tu barrio Contest brings prizes and activities to promote creativity, recycling and collective work in the communities.
The documentary short film was written and produced by Juanjo Marte. It tells the story of Victor, a humble sweet potato seller.
The live presentation opened the September programming 2019, with a classic repertoire of bossa nova and boleros.
The dance evening concluded the August program at the León Center. Vivo Café is an activity that takes place on a Friday every month with presentations by artists and live groups.
On the occasion of the Bicentennial of the National Independence of Colombia, the Colombian group brought to the León Center the music that characterizes the Orinoco River basin in South America.
The American saxophonist came to Santiago for the first time, as part of the billboard in the city of Santo Domingo Jazz Festival 2019 organized by Casa de Teatro.
Members of Amigos Centro León participated in this cultural tourism excursion in the municipality of Sánchez, Samaná.
The live performance of the Cuban saxophonist was part of the celebration at the León Center of the 2019 Music Festival and Santo Domingo Jazz Festival.
The exhibition is the result of several years of research carried out by the Faculty of Archeology of the University of Leiden, under the Nexus 1492 project.
The auditorium of the National Archaeological Museum was the scene of a set of activities related to rock art located in the national territory.
The program allows you to enter the collections of visual arts, archeology, ethnography, among others that custody and shows the León Center in its permanent and temporary exhibitions.
A conference and panel with Dr. Ulrike Kuch allowed this international celebration to reach the monumental city and the León Center.
Professionals and those interested in health issues met at the León Center to be part of this discussion.
The activity concluded the program of the León Center for the Month of La Francophonie, which promotes the search for equality, solidarity and respect between the francophone countries and the rest of the world.
The archaeological exhibition takes up its international itinerancy from the 16 of March to the 30 of June of 2019, this time in the Caribbean region.