Posts Tagged 'Uruguay'
Normally, life in São Paulo – just like in many other huge cities – is one hell of a rat race. The traffic jams, the heat, the rain, the overcrowding. Add to that the present festive season mayhem. You want
The CASA Latin American Theatre Festival returns for 2011, premiering six new works from theatre companies based in Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Costa Rica and Venezuela. The festival will take place from Monday 17th October until Sunday 23rd, and will also include the Nuestra CASA Scratch Festival, offering emerging artists the opportunity to display their work.
Copa America 2011 has started and, already, it’s not looking great for the hosts Argentina. After drawing their first two games their tournament is in the balance! And Brazil aren’t faring much better! Thankfully, to watch all the games this summer you can head down to Guanabara or Bar Kick.
Fundação Iberê Camargo in Porto Alegre is fast-becoming one of the major spots for contemporary art in Brazil, recently featuring work by Regina da Silveira and with Joaquín Torres García and Giorgio de Chirico exhibitions coming later this year.
Marking the anniversary of MERCOSUR, a seminar at St Antony’s College in Oxford offers an thorough insight into the current affairs in the realm of politics and economics in the Southern Cone.