All aboard for an evening with San José’s museums, galleries and design shops.
A look at this weekend’s festivities in San José.
We visit the tenth edition of the Central American Biennial, which has adorned San José and Limón with art from around the region this month. Catch it in its final days!
Costa Rican painter, Fernando Obando’s new exhibit in Santa Ana features a series of 11 self-portraits, but not just any self-portraits: Obando has painted himself in different time periods throughout history in order to explore how humanity reached its current state.
The Breness Art Gallery in Barrio Escalante will open its doors during tonight’s Art City Tour.
The comic features 17 different characters, including Carilo, a child obsessed with soccer; Jimmy, who believes in aliens; and Mariela, an environmentalist who wears a heart in honor of sea turtle conservationist Jairo Mora.
Tonight’s auction at the National Gallery, housed within the Children’s Museum in downtown San José, will feature more than 100 art pieces by different renowned artists, including Man Yu Fung paintings, and raise money for children’s charities.
The Costa Rican-North American Cultural Center (CCCN) is celebrating 70 years as cultural bridge between the United States and Costa Rica. It is an English teaching center, but also houses the Eugene O’Neill Theater and Sophia Wanamaker Art Gallery in its main campus in Barrio Dent, San Pedro. In honor of the milestone, the CCCN organized two free […]
A total of 20 pieces are on display, using media including paint, animation, videos and mixed media on paper. The current exhibit is called Tándem, a reference to the process both artist went through to prepare and coordinate their work: peadling together, as on a tandem bicycle, to attain a unique artistic outcome.
“Over View” is a touring exhibit that features five Costa Rican videographers. This is good for the home team, and it’s exciting to see creative Costa Ricans featured prominently, but the exhibit’s real achievement is its diversity.