Viernes de Tertulia 2016 /2017

 

CAC presents “Viernes de Tertulia", a chic retrospective of creativity and artistic individuality. Different Latin artists from different backgrounds, Dramatalurgy, Poetry, Novels, Journalists, Directors, Cinematographers, are invited for an intimate look at their creative How’s and Why’s. These Literary Encounters will be held at the Miami Hispanic Cultural Arts Center throughout the year on the third Friday of every month, in Spanish, and are hosted by the respected El Nuevo Herald journalist Luis de la Paz.

April 21 8:30 pm

Viernes de Tertulia with Luis de La Paz (Miami Herald Journalist)

As every third Friday of the month, the cultural meeting "Viernes de Tertulia" is presented with the renowned Miami Herald peridodist Luis de la Paz, who on this occasion presents the following guests: "50 de 3: Celestino antes del alba, De donde son los cantantes y Tres Tristes Tigres", special Participation: Daniel Fernández, Rolando Morelli y Luis Aguero.

Access & Parking Free

March 17

Viernes de Tertulia with Aristides Pumariega

March 17 2017

8:00 pm

111 Sw 5th ave. Miami Fl.

Presenting as every third Friday of each month, the important personalities of art and culture,

Cartoonist

Aristides Pumariega

Friday of Tertulia, artistic and literary event, announces its day of February of 2017 the cartoonist and caricaturist Arístides Pumariega.
 
The Friday program of Tertulia, led by writer and journalist Luis de la Paz, is a production of the Creation Art Center, an organization chaired by Pedro Pablo Peña, general director of the Miami Hispanic Cultural Art Center.
 
Friday of Tertulia will have its next activity on Friday, March 17, 2017, at 8:30 p.m., at 111 SW 5th. Avenida, with the participation of Arístides Pumariega. More information at (305) 549-7711.
 
 
Arístides Pumariega (Arístide). Draftsman, plastic artist, cartoonist, graphic designer, artistic director of flat press, artistic director of musical and humoristic shows.
 
He was born in Madruga, Havana, December 18, 1935. He studied journalism at the National School "Márquez Sterling". He was professional musician from the 15 to the 22 years and journalist and graphic artist (caricaturist) from the 22 to the present.
 
Cuban of deep connection of his work with the Caribbean and of intense Cubanism and musicality. Scenographer and art advisor of Cuban television and clubs: Red Room of Hotel Capri, Caribbean Room of Habana Libre and Tropicana. He was musician of the combo of Senén Suárez and of its own set, Kubanart. His graphic work is considerable. He has participated in multiple collective and personal exhibitions, his work is in several countries. Personal and collective exhibitions in Cuba, Venezuela, Canada, Mexico, Colombia, United States.
 
He has published several books, coauthored with the writer Rebeca Ulloa: Fidel Castro, the last dinosaur, Subdesarrolloperez@balsero.coño, El Viejo y Mal, Azúcar (anecdotes and caricatures of Cuban musicians). All published in Colombia. In Miami, in 2013, Olancho Café and in 2016 the book Body to Body, with Neo Club Editions. He is currently working on an anthology of his graphic work.
 
He has published in newspapers and magazines in Cuba, Colombia, Mexico, Canada, the United States and others. In Cuba, he was artistic director of the humorous weekly Palante y Palante and magazine Opina. He published in the magazine Bohemia and in almost all the periodicals of his time. In 1969 he was separated from the press of his country, punished by Fidel Castro for having played with a few words from one of his speeches, and confined first to agriculture and then to a company as a worker. In those years of punishment, he made Transiport magazine but his name could not appear. His character Subdesarrollo Pérez, has remained as representative of the costumbrismo in the Cuban graphic history.
 
In 1998 he travels and stays in Colombia, where he has participated in several exhibitions and has published in the magazines Diners and Contravía; In the newspapers El Espectador, El Tiempo and in online publications. And he worked as a university teacher.
 
Considered the Dean of Caricature in Cuba, he is among the 20 most recognized caricaturists of the twentieth century in Cuba and among the 100 in the world, according to the study conducted by Fumetto, Italian Humor Center. He has received national and international awards among which stand out: Montreal 1967 prize, "Man and the Earth"; Japan Prize 1994 "The Way"; Repeatedly awarded at the International Biennial of Humor in San Antonio de los Baños and other national competitions.
 
In 2005 he travels to Miami from Colombia and in 2008 he finally resides in Miami, where he has made several personal and collective exhibitions, has ventured into the world of the animated, performing several with animator Michael Marichal. He has collaborated with several newspapers and magazines online, and local newspapers, such as El mundo NP and with the weekly LIBRE and magazine Caritate, of the Apogeo Foundation. It remains active in the political caricature, and personal that are the genres in which it has stood out the most and is recognized. In the Cultural Center CubaOcho in La Pequeña Habana, has an important collection of fresco murals with caricatures of personalities of music and culture. He also made a giant mural for the Art Garden in Hialeah; And in 2017, as part of the Hialeah mayoral project at the JFK Library, made the mural "Don Quixote de la Mancha".
 
He collaborates with his art in the production of promotional materials of various manifestations. In Miami he received a proclamation from the mayor's office, as well as from the mayor of Union City. In New York 2006 he made two exhibitions and in his work the New York New York collection stands out. And in 2017 he exhibited his work at the Instituto Cervantes.
 
The documentary by Ubaldo Medina Arístide and his three banks collects his activity as an artist and part of his life, in essence is the story of survival of a caricaturist in a totalitarian regime like Cuba and several collections of his work are shown. 

February 17 / 2017

Viernes de Tertulia with Cristina Rebull

Introducing Cuban actress and singer Cristina Rebull ( Emmy Winner 2013)
Who will tell his experiences through the arts and will also harmonize with his voice this special night.

February 17 8:30 pm 

at Miami Hispanic Cultural Arts Center.

Free Admission and Parking

January 20 / 2017

Viernes de Tertulia presents Poets and Storytellers Reinaldo Garcia, Sindo Pacheco, Legna Rodriguez, Elvira de las Casaa, Liliam Moro, Hernan Vera, and German Alvares

 

Friday of Tertulia, an artistic and literary event, announces its day of January 2017 with Poets and Storytellers: Reinaldo García Ramos, Sindo Pacheco, Legna Rodríguez Iglesias, Elvira de las Casas, Llliam Moro, Hernán Vera Álvarez and Germán Guerra.

 

The Friday program of Tertulia, led by writer and journalist Luis de la Paz, is a production of the Creation Art Center, an organization chaired by Pedro Pablo Peña, general director of the Miami Hispanic Cultural Art Center.

 

Friday of Tertulia will have its next activity on Friday, January 20, 2017, at 8:30 p.m., at 111 SW 5th. Avenida, More information at (305) 549-7711.

 

 

Pacheco (Cabaiguán); Rodríguez Iglesias (Camagüey); García Ramos (Cienfuegos); De las Casas (Cienfuegos); Moro (Havana); Vera Álvarez (Buenos Aires), Guerra (Guantánamo).

November 18 /2016

Viernes de Tertulia with Teresa Maria Rojas

Viernes de Tertulia  by Luis de Paz, presents in special way the Actress and Theater Director Teresa Maria Rojas,at Miami HIspanic Cultural Arts Center this November 18 at 8:30 pm, Free Admission.

Teresa Maria Rojas graduated from the University of Havana in 1957 and studied acting at Sala Prometeo, a small theater located in the city. After leaving Cuba in 1960, she went to Venezuela and then to Miami in 1963. Rojas began working as a professor of theater and acting at Miami Dade College (MDC, also formerly known as Miami Dade Community College) in 1972. In 1985, Rojas founded the Prometeo Theater, a bilingual theater group at MDC, serving as its artistic director. More than four hundred students worked in the Prometeo Theater each year.

During her teaching career, Rojas has performed, produced, and directed over ninety plays. In recognition of her teaching, she has been endowed with three teaching chairs. One of her former students, Nilo Cruz, wrote a Pulitzer Prize-winning play in the drama category, Anna in the Tropics. Rojas performed in the play when it returned to Miami after its Broadway debut

October 21 /2016

Viernes de Tertulia with Baltasar Santiago Martin

FRIDAYS OF TERTULIA
Baltasar Santiago Martin in

FRIDAY OF TERTULIA presented by Luis de la Paz

On OCTOBER 21, 2016, at 8:30 p.m.

at Miami Hispanic Cultural Arts Center
111 SW 5th. Miami Avenue Fl.


Balthasar Santiago Martín (Matanzas, 1955). Structural engineer, writer and cultural promoter. In 1987, he founded the ARAR GROUP (Art and Architecture) in Havana and in 1993 he joined the editorial board of the journal Civil Engineering. After six years in the city of Querétaro, Mexico, where he studied a master's degree in Education, he moved to Miami. He worked as a professor of computer and painting al fresco in the community center "Abriendo Puertas", then resumed structural engineering for almost sixteen years as a designer and inspector of works.

As a writer he has eight books published: Love each other (Betania, Madrid, 2006); Waiting for the wake (Alexandria Library Editorial, Miami, 2007); Warming the bat (Editorial ZV Lunáticas, Paris, 2008); A life, a train (Editorial Alexandria Library, Miami, 2010 & 2012). This book was presented at the 2010 Miami International Book Fair and in Santo Domingo in 2012; Vision 21/21 (Linden Lane Press, Miami, 2011); Vision 21/21 (2012/2013), Linden Lane Press, Texas, 2013 and Orgy Words (Eriginal Books, Miami, 2016) and Vision 21/21 (2013/2016) Editorial Linden Lane Press, Texas, 2016.

In March 2008, he created the APOGEO Foundation for Public Art, and in November 2012 the art and culture magazine Caritate, after almost four years as a columnist and editor in chief of the magazine Venue.

He was a correspondent in Miami for Newsweek magazine in Spanish from 2010 to 2014. He is gathering information and writing a biographical novel, entitled Alicia Alonso. Dancing on the edge, on the prima ballerina assoluta cubana.

September 23 / 2016

Viernes de Tertulia with Humberto Lopez Morales

Friday of Tertulia, artistic and literary event, announces its day of the month of September of the 2016 with the Cuban professor and academic Humberto López Morales.
Led by writer and journalist Luis de la Paz, it is a production of the Creation Art Center,

Friday of Tertulia will have its next activity on Friday September 23, 2016, at 8:30 p.m., at 111 SW 5th. Avenida, with the participation of Humberto López Morales. More information at (305) 549-7711.


Humberto López Morales. (Havana, Cuba, 1936). Teacher and academic. Doctor of Philosophy at the Complutense University of Madrid, Honorary Doctorate of the Universities of Valladolid, Alicante, Alcalá, Salamanca, Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, University of Costa Rica, Universidad Nacional Mayor de San Marcos de Lima, University of Lleida, University of Seville, University of Chile, National Autonomous University of Nicaragua (León), University of Tucumán (Argentina), Autonomous University of Santo Domingo, Primada de América, National University of Distance Education (UNED), University of Panama, University University of Almeria, University of Heidelberg (Germany), University of Antioquia (Colombia) and recently, in April 2016, University of Cadiz. Nineteen doctorates honoris causa in total.

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August 2016

Viernes de Tertulia with Armando Alvararez Bravo

Armando Alvarez Bravo Representative of the generation Cuban Poetica of the 50, which is considered one of its greatest exponents. He is a poet, narrator, critic and essayist. Numerous member of the Cuban Academy of Language, as well as corresponding member of the Royal Spanish Academy. He was founder of the Pen Club of Cuban Writers in exile, and during a period its president.Add Event Details here

July 15 2016

Viernes de Tertulia with Alexis Ortiz

Alexis Ortiz. Writer, journalist, film and TV scriptwriter. electoral and communications consultant. Announcer. cultural analyst and commentator sports (baseball, football-soccer and boxing). He has written fifteen books, brochures and more than twenty thousands of articles, chronicles, reports, stories and poems. He has directed radio stations, newspapers and magazines. He has been a newspaper correspondent in Spain, France and England. He has conducted radio and TV programs of general information, interpretation of the news, political analysis and cultural issues, historical, sports, environmental and community in four television stations and more than thirty stations in Venezuela. He has been a columnist for major newspapers in the country. Several blogs and columnists Hispanic publications in the US and Latin America. It was a three-term deputy to the National Congress of Venezuela (and as such chairman of committees and subcommittees, among other was a member of the committees of Congress Culture Venezuela and the Latin American Parliament).

June 17 2016

Viernes de Tertulia with Mariela A. Gutierrez

Mariela A. Gutierrez (Havana , Cuba ) is Professor in the Department of Hispanic Studies at the University of Waterloo , Ontario , Canada; He has been a member of the University Senate since 2001 , he was head of the Department of Hispanic Studies for seven years ( 1998-2005) The areas of expertise of Dr . Gutiérrez are Hispanic literature and civilization , specializing in Afro - Hispanic studies (mainly Cuba , the Caribbean and Colombia ) and is the leading specialist of the work of the illustrious Cuban ethnologist

February 19, 2016

Viernes de Tertulia with Luis Agüero

“Viernes de Tertulia”, artistic and literary event, announces its presentation for February 2016 with the writer Luis Agüero. “Viernes de Tertulia”, led by writer and journalist Luis de la Paz, is a production of Creation Art Center, an organization chaired by Pedro Pablo Peña, General Director of the Miami Hispanic Cultural Art Center, and is sponsored by ArtesMiami and Tula Productions

January 15, 2016

Viernes de Tertulia with Luis G. Diaz Ortega

“Viernes de Tertulia”, artistic and literary event, announces its presentation for January 2016 with the writer Luis G. Diaz Ortega. “Viernes de Tertulia”, led by writer and journalist Luis de la Paz, is a production of Creation Art Center, an organization chaired by Pedro Pablo Peña, General Director of the Miami Hispanic Cultural Art Center, and is sponsored by ArtesMiami and Tula Productions

November 20, 2015

Viernes de Tertulia Celebrating The Book Fair

“Viernes de Tertulia”, artistic and literary event, announces its presentation for November 2015 Celebrating The Book Fair. “Viernes de Tertulia”, led by writer and journalist Luis de la Paz, is a production of Creation Art Center, an organization chaired by Pedro Pablo Peña, General Director of the Miami Hispanic Cultural Art Center, and is sponsored by ArtesMiami and Tula Productions

October 16, 2015

Viernes de Tertulia with Jose A. Albertini

“Viernes de Tertulia”, artistic and literary event, announces its presentation for October 2015 with the writer Jose A. Albertini. “Viernes de Tertulia”, led by writer and journalist Luis de la Paz, is a production of Creation Art Center, an organization chaired by Pedro Pablo Peña, General Director of the Miami Hispanic Cultural Art Center, and is sponsored by ArtesMiami and Tula Productions

September 18, 2015

Viernes de Tertulia with Hector Santiago

“Viernes de Tertulia”, artistic and literary event, announces its presentation for September 2015 with the writer Hector Santiago. “Viernes de Tertulia”, led by writer and journalist Luis de la Paz, is a production of Creation Art Center, an organization chaired by Pedro Pablo Peña, General Director of the Miami Hispanic Cultural Art Center, and is sponsored by ArtesMiami and Tula Productions

August 21, 2015

Viernes de Tertulia with Jose Abreu Felippe

“Viernes de Tertulia”, artistic and literary event, announces its presentation for August 2015 with the writer Jose Abreu Felippe. “Viernes de Tertulia”, led by writer and journalist Luis de la Paz, is a production of Creation Art Center, an organization chaired by Pedro Pablo Peña, General Director of the Miami Hispanic Cultural Art Center, and is sponsored by ArtesMiami and Tula Productions

July 17, 2015

Viernes de Tertulia with Pedro Corzo

“Viernes de Tertulia”, artistic and literary event, announces its presentation for July 2015 with the writer Pedro Corzo. “Viernes de Tertulia”, led by writer and journalist Luis de la Paz, is a production of Creation Art Center, an organization chaired by Pedro Pablo Peña, General Director of the Miami Hispanic Cultural Art Center, and is sponsored by ArtesMiami and Tula Productions

June 19, 2015

Viernes de Tertulia with Orlando Rossardi

“Viernes de Tertulia”, artistic and literary event, announces its presentation for June 2015 with the writer Orlando Rossardi. “Viernes de Tertulia”, led by writer and journalist Luis de la Paz, is a production of Creation Art Center, an organization chaired by Pedro Pablo Peña, General Director of the Miami Hispanic Cultural Art Center, and is sponsored by ArtesMiami and Tula Productions

Friday, January 18 / 2013 at 8:00 p.m.

The first event with special guest journalist Olga Connor,

Olga Connor, to be interviewed at this first “Encuentro en La Casona” is a respected journalist, professor, and author. She has been a Sunday columnist for the literary pages and editor of sections of El Nuevo Herald since 1987. She is a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania, where she earned a Ph.D. in Romance Languages. Ms. Connor has been a literature professor for more that 20 years, teaching at Swarthmore College, Dickinson College, the University of Pennsylvania, the University of Miami, and Florida International University. Ms. Connor has diligently and passionately covered cultural events and happenings in Miami, maintaining the local community apprised on the city’s cultural activities via her columns and articles.

. Friday, February 15 / 2013 at 8:00 p.m.

Pedro Roman reconocido actor y cantante cubano.

Friday, March 15 / 2013 at 8:00 p.m.

Cuban poet, novelist and playwright Jose Abreu Felipe

Jose Abreu Felipe, poeta, narrador y dramaturgo cubano, su obra comprende libros de poesía, narrativa, libros de relatos. Como dramaturgo ha publicado Amar así (Miami, 1988), Teatro (Madrid, 1998), que reúne las piezas, Parapetados, Un cuerpo que con el tiempo se va perfeccionando, Alguien quiere decir una oración, Si de verdad uno muriera y Muerte por aire; y Tres piezas (Miami, 2010), que incluye Orestes, Rehenes y Provisional, desechable y biodegradable; y Árido (Miami, 2012). Recibió el Premio Baco de Teatro 2012, otorgado por TEMFest (Teatro en Miami Festival).

Friday, April 19 / 2013 at 8:00 p.m.

Celebrating the 33 Anniversary of the Cuban exodus of Mariel.

Conmemoración del 33 aniversario del éxodo del Mariel y en particular del 30 aniversario, del Festival de las Artes del Mariel, realizado en septiembre de 1983, en el Tamiami Park. Participarán la escritora y promotora cultural Nancy Pérez Crespo, el artista visual Pedro Damián y el director artístico y fundador del Festival Internacional de Ballet de Miami, Pedro Pablo Peña, quienes participaron directamente en la organización del festival del 83.

Friday, May 17 / 2013 at 8:00 p.m.

Renowned Cuban actor, writer, playwright, and broadcaster Evelio Taillacq

Narrating his great career both in Cuba and in exile.

Friday, June 21 / 2013 at 8:00 pm

Renowned Cuban actor, writer, playwright, and broadcaster Evelio Taillacq

Renowned Cuban actor, writer, playwright, and broadcaster Evelio Taillacq Narrating his great career both in Cuba and in exile.

Friday, June 21 / 2013 at 8:00 pm

Juan Manuel Salvat, Cuban writter and journalist,

Juan Manuel Salvat, Cuban writter and journalist, founded in 1965 Universal Publishing, printing over 1600 books on cuban authors and many more with a cuban theme. Universal Publishing Mision is to preserve the founding values of the cuban and hispanic literature.

Friday, August 16 / 2013 at 8:00 pm

Renowned Cuban poet, writer, reviewer Angel Cuadra

Graduated in law at the University of Havana Count founder of the literary group. Emigrated to America in 1985, earned a master's in Hispanic Studies at Florida International University, where he was assistant professor in the Department of Modern Languages​​. He is also professor of Prometheus Theatre Workshop, the Miami-Dade Community College. And for years he wrote a weekly column in Diario Las Americas.

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