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Presentación de SIN CABEZA: nuevo poemario de Yarisa Colón Torres

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A pray for my mom

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A todos los que la conocen. Mi mamá esta pasando por momentos díficiles y necesita de sus oraciones. Oren por mi mamá y sus bendiciones serán devueltas. Namasté!

To all who know her. My mom is passing bye difficult situations and need your prayers. Please pray for my mom and your blessings will be returned. Namasté!

written on the wind-prelude

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De la vida sé que esta escrita en el viento.

Jueves 20 de mayo, Lectura de poesía en La Chiwinha

-FAVOR DE DIFUNFIR-
Este jueves, 20 de mayo de 6:00 a 8:00 p.m. Lectura de poesía en La Chiwinha. Con la participación de:

Piscolabis

Concepto original y dirección artística:
Ñequi González Martínez y Gabriel Vallecillo Forteza

Coreografía e improvisación: Colectivo SOPLO

Colectivo SOPLO: María de Azúa, Marina Barsy, Efraín del Hierro, Juan del Hierro, María Elena García, Ñequi González Martínez , Vesna Lantigua (de Andanza), Yllén López Puigdollers, Carolina Martínez, Nadine Martínez, Norka Pérez, Janyl Rodríguez,Gabriel Soto, Nicole Soto y Gabriel Vallecillo Forteza.

Músico: Julián Bonnet Cuello


SOPLO continúa su gesta artística en espacios de representación inusuales. Con Piscolabis, aprovecha la exquisita plazoleta de Bellas Artes para darle vida a la conciencia. Este entremés presenta un ente flotando libremente en el punto medio de la realidad a la fantasía, hasta sumergirse en una de las disparidades de nuestra vida moderna: lo “domesticado” y/o lo “primitivo”.



...Como parte de las actividades de la Semana Internacional del Baile 2010, del Instituto de Cultura Puertorriqueña.

Gente da minha terra - Mariza

Considero que el fado es hermoso. Aquí una de sus exponentes con una voz fabulosa. Qué la disfruten!

Black (2005)

A movie you should see with cleanex. One of the best movies I had ever seen.

Seraphine de Senlis

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Séraphine Louis was born in Arsy (Oise) on September 3, 1864. Her father was a manual laborer and her mother came from a farmworking background. Séraphine's mother died on her first birthday and her father, who remarried, also died before she was seven; at which point, she came under the charge of her eldest sister. She first worked as a shepherdess but, by 1881, she was engaged as a domestic worker at theconvent of the Sisters of Providence in Clermont (Oise). Beginning in 1901, she was employed as a housekeeper for middle class families in the city of Senlis.Alongside her arduous day jobs, Séraphine painted by candlelight, largely in secret isolation, until her considerable body of work was discovered in 1912 by German art collector Wilhelm Uhde.[1] While in Senlis, Uhde saw a still-life of apples at his neighbor's house and was astonished to learn that Séraphine, his housecleaner, was the artist.[2] His support had barely begun to lift her horizons when he was forced to lea…

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Producto del taller tomado con Yarisa Colón Torres
Papel pintado por Yarisa Colón Torres