Issue - July 2009



July 2009

Editorial

In this issue: Rachel Dakin tell us about her visit to Community of Producers in Arts; Rebecca Wearmouth writes about El Hogar de Ninas San Francisco; before concluding Walter Sanchez C describes the art of Stained Glass.read more...

July 2009

Cultural Agenda - July 2009


Courtesy of Honorable Municipalidad de Cochabamba - Oficialía Superior de Cultura

Teatro Achá

Miércoles 1 Concierto de Piano - Julio Rodríguez

Miércoles 2 Concierto de música - Grupo Khiswara

Jueves 3 al domingo 5 Presentación Ballet Sentimientos de mi Tierra

Martes 14 Presentación Taller Municipal de Teatro

Miércoles 15 al viernes 17 Presentación Grupo Jacha Mallku

Jueves 18 lunes 20 Presentación Escuela Danzando

Martes 21 Presentación Taller Municipal de Teatro

Jueves 23 al viernes 24 Presentación Concierto Donato Espinoza

Jueves 30 viernes 31 Presentación Grupo Alax Pacha

Salón Gildaro Antezana

Exposiciones de los artistas

Exposiciones de los artistas

7 al 20 de julio Joice Reyes Lens

21 al 3 de agosto Teófila Aguirre, N. Arispe Rafael Canaviri Lucio Piedra Fernando Zensano


Salón Mario Unzueta

Exposiciones de los artistas

22 al 4 de julio Concurso de pintura salón de invierno ABAP – CBBA

6 al 18 julio Edwin Gulich Gonzalo Mamani Jhonny Serna

20 al 1 de agosto Osvaldo Figueroa Marcelo Bascopé Gualberto Condori



Calendario de festividades patronales y agricolas de Cochabamba

Vacas, Pasorapa, Omereque, Mizque Independencia, Kanata, Tiraque, Tiquipaya 15-16 julio Virgen del Carmen

Tapacari, Paso, Kanata, 25 de julio Tata Santiago

Toco 26 de julio Señor de Toco o Justo Juez

Changing Lives with Culture

At the height of summer in 1991 a group of street children meet to discuss the creation of a Theatre Company. Their minds are full of questions, bubbling with excitement as they talk. “Is it very difficult to make a Project?”… “The difficulty is how to finance the Project!” They consider all of the costs; accommodation, costumes, food. Their minds race through naïve ideas. “We could steal!”… “And we can deposit the money in a bank and…” Their eyes shine while their hands express the details of a possible robbery in La Paz. Many innocent suggestions are transformed to become what is now COMPA, the Community of Producers in Arts; a group of children and adolescents living on the streets. At this moment COMPA is born.

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