The Tico Times speaks with Peregrino Gris musician Randalla Nájera.
Luis Carlos Campos describes painting, adversity, and what his works have taught him.
Gerardo Mora overcame blindness, discrimination and alcoholism to pursue his dream as a musician. Here’s his extraordinary story.
The Tico Times talks to poet James Just, who moved from the United States to Costa Rica with his wife, Irina.
The Envision Festival is set to launch its seventh edition on Feb. 23-26 in southern Costa Rica.
Stephanie Chaves uses bright colors and provocative images to promote sexual education and awareness. She spoke to The Tico Times at the Mercado Central.
Painter Delphine Raveau, like many others, fell in love with Costa Rica and couldn’t go away. Now, she calls it her home and her source of inspiration as an artist.
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.