Tuesday, 30 September 2014
A York College exhibit displays the work of two photographers who've captured Caribbean carnivals for 25 years.
A video report from SinoVision takes viewers to "The Grid," an exhibition of Beijing artist Li Daiyun, who relinquished control to the paint, letting it find its own direction.
Russian-born artist Tatiana Tret makes art she calls "lyrically optimistic" in glass, Russkaya Reklama reports.
Bakwas, showcasing Indian performers in different contexts, returns to the city.
Afro Latin Jazz and salsa dancing marked the celebration at the Harlem School of the Arts.
Mali singer-songwriter Salif Keita performed in NYC, part of a multi-city tour to raise funds and awareness of albinism, reports Afrikanspot.
Old-timers and newcomers alike celebrated in a neighborhood in transition.
A Mexican girl’s quinceañera is more than a beautiful gown and a perfect hairdo. Each element symbolizes the coming of age of a young woman and her commitment to make her parents proud, El Diario reports.
Music, storytelling and photography will blend the traditional and the modern.
The growing Mexican community took to the streets on Sunday to celebrate Mexican Day Parade, El Diario reports.
With music, dance and activities, the new center opened its doors to the community.
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