Ballet Hispánico Ballet Hispánico is America’s leading Latino contemporary dance company. The Company develops new work by Hispanic and Luso choreographers. Its ballet school teaches children through professionals. It also teaches Latin dance to adults. Diálogos at the Arnhold Center fosters cultural conversations within the community. Ballet Hispánico en … [Read more...] about Ballet Hispánico En Familia 2018 at the United Palace with Katiria Soto
Mother's Day Archive
The Mother's Day Archive contains New York Latin Culture Magazine's feature coverage of Latin culture around Mother's Day.
José Limón José Limón (Mexican, 1908 - 1972) was born in Culiacán, Mexico, a city on Mexico’s west coast just across the Gulf of California from Cabo San Lucas at the tip of Baja. He came to New York in 1928 to study design, but fell out of art into the New York dance world that spawned Modern Dance as we know it today. Limón performed a little on Broadway and quickly … [Read more...] about Limón Dance Company 2018 at The Joyce
Guillermo Cervera Guillermo Cervera (Madrid, 1968) is a freelance Spanish photojournalist who covers armed conflict and social issues. As a young man he found his father's stash of Playboy magazines. When his father found out, he replaced the Playboys with National Geographics. Photos of surfing enchanted the future photographer. When a friend suggested they go to Bosnia … [Read more...] about Guillermo Cervera