Our new publication An Approach to Advanced Problems in Appraising Art with a special focus on Cuba by Alex Rosenberg is the subject of his presentations in Havana and the New York.
The Windows Project, created by choreographer Pedro Ruiz, fosters cross-cultural opportunities for understanding and dialogue through the creation and performance of dance. After choreographing Horizonté for Danza Contemporanea in Havana, he returned to his hometown, Santa Clara to choreograph for the contemporary dance troupe Danza del Alma.
Ilya and Emilia Kabakov create the Ship of Tolerance during the Havana Biennial. Pictures on the sails were painted by Cuban children.
Study Abroad Programs at the Ludwig Foundation of Cuba include documentary video production, photography, Cuban history, art and culture, and international relations.
iPhone Boot Camp at the Ludwig Foundation of Cuba explained building applications and programming on Apple devices.
Ludwig Foundation of Cuba's staff members had internships in Boston and Vermont before visiting the cultural institutions in New York City. Their experience enhanced their English language skills, expanded their cultural and professional exposure and made new contacts.
Left: Architect Roberto Gottardi discussing the architecture of the Instituto Superior de Arte (ISA) with a group participating in a program at the Ludwig Foundation of Cuba
Right: Introduction to Old Havana for a group of students participating in a course at the Ludwig Foundation of Cuba.