Nicolás Pereda invited us to watch his short film El Palacio (The Palace) in preparation to our coming Film & Collectivity workshop, to be held on May 23-27.
Performance artist, Rita Kamacho, presented this work as a result of our Art & Ephemerality workshop. The group watched from Artscape Youngplace Mezzanine two women throw flags as an ephemeral expression of time passing.
In our digitized and mediated world, this workshop will target the sounds of the human voice as the prime source material for creative play. Inexorably linked with communication, voice is an instrument of tremendous subtlety, power, and universality – and readily available to record, manipulate, and emanate or broadcast.
We’re very excited to announce that Santee Smith, Artistic Director of Kaha:wi Dance Theatre, will conduct an immersive workshop in Tepoztlán Mexico. This is an amazing opportunity to collaborate with one of the most important Canadian contemporary choreographers. Tepoztlán is a magical village situated by Tepozteco Mountain. Sign up now to attend to this unique […]
Laura Barrón talked with us about her career and how she has transformed her vision of the landscape along the years. This conversation is part of our ICE Photography Series.
In October 2020, TRIEC’s PIN’s members from the Arts Sector conducted a series of webinars to inform artists and art-related professionals about support alternatives given the COVID-19 crisis.
After publishing her first novel, Las Teorias Salvajes(Savage Theories), Argentine writer Pola Oloixarac became a key player in contemporary Latin American art and literature. Her craft showcases a form of writing that goes beyond the limitations of genre and the borders of the page itself.
TPL & the Institute for Creative Exchange, Americas Present: Alberto Ruy Sánchez and Literature Beyond the Genre Novelist, essayist, poet, editor and director of celebrated magazine, Artes de México, Alberto Ruy Sánchez is considered one of Latin America’s most important literary figures
This week we begin with a series of poetry readings. Irene Artigas, Armando López and Ernesto Garcianava are the first poets to read with us