Welcome to our Cultural Page, where you can join in many fun activities, access online resources, and find out more about our exciting programme of cultural events. There is something here for everyone, from children to grown-ups, whether you’re interested in music, dance, literature, or food.
Our cultural offerings would not be possible without the support of our Latin American cultural partners, consisting of artists, musicians, dancers, and more. If you’re interested in collaborating with us on a cultural project, please contact email@example.com.
SEMBRADORAS DE VIDA (MOTHERS OF THE LAND) – FILM SCREENING + PANEL
6th November at 7:00 (Doors open 6:30)
Join us for a free screening of the award-winning documentary MOTHERS OF THE LAND, about the indigenous Andean women who are working to preserve traditional agricultural methods on their land.
The film will be followed by a panel, Andean food, and traditional Quechua dancing.
A FOX WITH A CAMERA – THE PHOTOGRAPHY OF JOSE MARIA ARGUEDAS
Online Photography Exhibition
Latin American House, in collaboration with the Centre for Latin American and Caribbean Studies (CLACS) at Newcastle University, is proud to present “A Fox with a Camera”, a virtual exhibition exploring the photography of Peruvian novelist and anthropologist José María Arguedas in Chimbote, Peru. You can visit the website and see the exhibition by clicking the link below.
Image by José María Arguedas (courtesy of Sybila Arredondo de Arguedas)
Check out our “Cuentacuentos Latinoamericanos” series, with original and traditional stories for children of all ages.
El Dios Sol y la Reina de las Aguas - Ecuatorian Story
La Venganza de la Trenza- by Graciela Montes
La Mamá de la Mamá de Mi Mamá - by Alejandra Schmidt Urzú
Clarita Se Volvio Invisible - by Graciela Montes
Lo Que Ven Los Perros - Mexican Legend
De Verdad que No Podia - by Gabriela Keselman
La Pobre Viejecita - by Rafael Pombo
Interested in learning the basics of Latin American cuisine? Here, you can learn how to cook some of our most popular recipes through our online cooking classes.
Arepas con Reina Pepiada (Venezuela) and Arepa de Queso (Colombia)
Sancocho de Pollo Colombiano
Lomo Saltado (Peru)
Every month, Latin American House asks a Latin American artist in London about their favourite song. Check out all the videos in our “Mi Canción Favorita” series here.
La Bilirrubina Episode 2 - Camila Fabbri
La Bilirrubina Episode 1