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New Fashion Trend: Tattoos that Look Like Embroidery

There are 2 arts that require skillful use of the needle and that have merged to give rise to something unique and original: the art of embroidery, and the art of tattooing.

Little Boy with Autism Plays Piano, Is an Athlete, and Dreams of Being a Journalist

Ian Santiago is a child with autism. He plays piano and dreams of becoming a journalist. Since he was 4 years old, he learned to read and write. Indeed, this little kid is gifted with talent.

Rediscover Jacó through Art

In order to demonstrate Jacó's cultural richness, the Artify Jacó and Jacó City Art Tour projects invite you to rediscover the area with more than 20 murals that represent its nature, history, and art.

‘Green Book’: Best Film for US Producers

Just 2 weeks after winning 3 statuettes at the Golden Globes, "Green Book" won recognition on Saturday for the best film in the Producers' Union Awards (PGA), which triggers their chances for the gala of the Oscars of the...

Zoos Announce Special Programming during January 2019

Entertainment, cultural activities, and environmental education are part of the programming that the Zoological Foundation has to be enjoyed by the whole family at the Santa Ana Conservation Center and the Simón Bolívar National Zoo and Botanical Garden, during...

“Voilá!”: Young Costa Rican Animator Arrives at Disney Studios

The imagination and the illusion of little Oliver allow him to enter the universe of magic and fantasy, which will end up being reflected in a unique gift for his most beloved person. This is, generally speaking, the story...

Expanding Our Light

You know what they say, true beauty comes from within and I sure believe it! Feeling beautiful has to do with a state of mind, self acceptance and the connection with our authentic Self. Sounds easy but not all of...

Francisco Amighetti: A Renowned Costarican Artist

He was born in San Jose in 1907, a great painter, engraver and writer from Costa Rica. Having made more than 500 works, mostly engravings, many of them receiving important national and international recognition. In Costa Rica he is considered...

Amando Céspedes Marín: Father of Costa Rican Radio

Amando Céspedes Marín; He was born on August 1st, 1881, in San José, Costa Rica. He was one of the most relevant photographers and broadcasters of the first two decades of the 20th century, considered the pioneer of radio...

The Historical Evolution of Costa Rican Art

The beautiful Costa Rican art is of great pride for our culture, since over time it has been expressing what has been the social behavior of our people and the history of the country. The first two artists of...
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In a message that went from the emotional to the energetic, President Carlos Alvarado marked this moment: “It is time to move...

Andrea Vargas Makes 5th Place at World Athletics Championships Doha ’19

For the first time in the history of Costa Rican athletics, a female athlete comes in fifth place...

The Longest Overpass in Costa Rica Begins to Take Shape

The longest overpass in the country begins to take shape with the placement of 140 beams that allow observing the magnitude of...

Celiac Disease: Signs, Symptoms And Treament

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