The Tico Times chats with a dynamic duo of Costa Rican artists, musician Alexis Morales and photographer Ginette Venegas.
In the fourth and final installment in our series on SIFAIS and its work in La Carpio, we ask a simple question: what would each Costa Rican have to do to replicate this project in needy communities nationwide?
In Part Three of our four-part series, meet the volunteers and students behind SIFAIS, the innovative program transforming La Carpio through cultural education.
In part two of our series on the SIFAIS organization in La Carpio, we sit down with the inspiration behind the movement: Alicia Avilés, who came to Costa Rica from Nicaragua 20 years ago.
Our four-part series explores how two women reached across borders and social divides to create a beloved organization in La Carpio. In Part 1, how SIFAIS got its start.
A preview of the 2017 International Design Festival in Costa Rica; tickets are on sale now.
Jimena Delgado captures Costa Rican landscapes such as the Río Blanco on silk scarves designed for everyday wear.
Columnist Natasha Gordon Chipembere brings us a prom memory that was part Brooklyn, part Costa Rica, totally ’80s, and elevated by George Michael.
“A notebook can be a door to thousands of worlds.” Francisco Cascante chats with The Tico Times about his handmade notebooks and his other artistic facets.
Artist and longtime resident Deirdre Hyde recalls her first visit to Costa Rica at 24 as the result of a British expedition’s unusual rule. She’s never looked back.