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Centro Cultural Borges re-opens in state hands after two-year closure
Below is the luxurious Galerías Pacífico shopping mall; nearby are the iconic murals depicting various scenes of family, nature and other sociocultural values. Artistic exhibits surround this midpoint on all sides, creating a meeting place where these three elements intersect.
The Centro Cultural Borges, bearing the name of
LatinArab Festival returns to Argentina, expands to Chile and Brazil
The Festival Internacional de Cine Latino Árabe (“International Latin Arab Film Festival”), known colloquially as LatinArab, celebrates its 10th edition this year.
LatinArab, organised by Cine Fértil, will feature screenings in Buenos Aires from May 3 to 19, 2022. For the first time, the festival will also run simultaneously in Santiago de Chile and Niteroi.
Over 40 films from more than 30 countrie
Buenos Aires’ famed Book Fair returns after two-year absence
This year’s Feria Internacional del Libro de Buenos Aires (“Buenos Aires International Book Fair”) is a 45,000-square-metre metropolis where stands are numbered like buildings on countless labelled calles (“streets”). Within it intersect the complexities of publication, access to literature and in-person porteño culture.
The Feria del Libro, which runs this year from April 28 to May 16, returned this week with its 46th edition, opening its doors to the publ
Mingus Centennial Festival to celebrate legendary US jazz musician
The Mingus Centennial Festival, marking 100 years since the musician’s birth, takes place this Friday, April 29 and Saturday, April 30, 2022 at the Centro Cultural 25 de Mayo (Av. Triunvirato 4444), with events kicking off at 8pm on both nights.
Multiple jazz ensembles and the ‘Mingunos’ tribute band are among those performing to celebrate the iconi
23rd BAFICI film festival opens in Buenos Aires to a full house
The Buenos Aires Festival Internacional de Cine Independiente (“Buenos Aires International Independent Film Festival,” BAFICI) kicked off on Tuesday with a full house on opening night.
Boasting over 290 films and more than 450 in-person events this year — not to mention the more than 200 features available to stream online — the 23rd edition of the prestigious event runs from April 19 to May 1.
Opening night was held at the Cine Multip
Argentina’s Shakespeare Foundation ready to celebrate the Bard’s birthday
The Bard’s birthday will be commemorated on social media with a montage of video and artistic tributes by students, teachers and enthusiasts, all sent in to a foundation dedicated to bringing people together through the life and works of Shakespeare.
The English playwright is to be celebrated in the best possible way: throu
Buenos Aires' famous Recoleta Cemetery is now charging tourists to enter
As reported by Perfil last weekend, the Buenos Aires City government is now charging the visitors who pass through the cemetery’s gates. The new rule kicked in last Monday, April 4, evoking mixed reactions from city workers and tour guides alike.
Patrons visiting with int
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