Different events take place in the Aztec country during the year
Identity & Culture
Identity / Culture
The nominees for next year’s edition of the biggest film awards from the Spanish speaking world have been announced
When visiting Bogotá, be sure to include MAMBO in your itinerary
Colombian artist Doris Salcedo has installed her latest art work, “Palimpsest”, at the Museo Reina Sofía, Madrid
These artists create colorful and powerful murals in cities of Latin America and the rest of the world
Both countries claim the authorship of the dish
“El Mercado de las pulgas de Usaquén” is a centre of culture and entrepreneurship promotion that aims higher each year.
The contemporaneous art museum in Bogotá gets the international excellence sign.
The influence of the ocean on mangrove formations at the Los Flamencos Flora and Fauna Sanctuary in the Colombian Province of La Guajira, began more than three centuries ago.
The capital of the province of Antioquia, Medellin is looking to leverage the transformation it has experienced in recent years to consolidate itself as a venue for international events.
Education Minister Gina Parody spoke once again Tuesday about Colombia’s commitment to ending illiteracy by the year 2018, a goal whose achievement means that some 676,000 young people and adults will have to learn to read and write.
According to UNESCO, if action is not taken, half of the 6,000 languages currently spoken in the world will disappear by the end of this century. Most at risk are lesser-spoken languages usually within indigenous or native communities.
Bogotá found a unique way to include art lovers and enthusiasts in a new initiative pertaining to the arts
It's been 50 years since the first edition of "Cien Años de Soledad" was published.
Depeche Mode on Wednesday announced it will come to Bogotá
American rap artist Wiz Khalifa has kicked up quite the controversy on his visit to Colombia.
Gabriel García Márquez was born 90 years ago on this day—on March 6, 1927—and grew up in Aracataca, Colombia
Bikinis, bare skin, face paint, feathers. Pretty much what you'd expect this time of year from Rio Carnival, right?
There is something intrinsically Colombian about the explosive sport of tejo, beyond the gunpowder and alcohol.
Colombian sculptor Gabriel Beltrán will be the first Latin American artist to exhibit at the prestigious Christine Brügger gallery in Bern, Switzerland, where he will show a work characterized by its innovative, dynamic and joyful language.
The Nobel laureate sent the Cuban dictator all of his books and received his factual and grammatical notes before submitting them to his publisher
The Colombian is the first Latin urban artist to reach ten digits with a video on youtube.