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The Altos de Chavón Regional Museum Of Archaeology Talks…

Regional Museum of Archeology Altos de Chavon

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… And we should listen!

 The Altos de Chavón Cultural Foundation and the Altos de Chavón Regional Museum of Archaeology have a wonderful calendar of cultural events planned for the next few weeks. A great opportunity to hear professionals talk about important cultural and political subjects in the country.

For the complete calendar of Casa de Campo events visit:

February the 26th, 6PM:  “El carnaval dominicano como lectura popular a los componentes étnicos del país”: Talk on the Dominican Carnival (Carnaval Dominicano), presented by anthropologist and visual artist Lenin Paulino at the Altos de Chavón Regional Museum of Archaeology.

This talk will be conducted in Spanish.

Contact: [email protected], 809-523-8554

February the 28th, 6PM:  “Cinema Forum: Even The Rain”: Even the Rain is a 2010 Spanish drama film directed by Icíar Bollaín about Mexican director Sebastián (Gael García Bernal) and executive producer Costa (Luis Tosar) who travel to Bolivia to shoot a film depicting Christopher Columbus’s conquest. Sebastián and Costa unexpectedly land themselves in a moral crisis when they and their crew arrive at Cochabamba, Bolivia, during the intensifying 2000 Cochabamba protests, which their key native actor Daniel (Juan Carlos Aduviri) persistently leads. The film was directed by Icíar Bollaín, based on a screenplay by Paul Laverty. 

This talk will be conducted in Spanish.

Price: RD$100

Contact: 809-523-8554

March the 14th, 6PM:  Talk “Arquitectura de Santo Domingo, Enclave Cultural”: Talk by the Dominican architect José Enrique Delmonte Soñé – architecture historian and president of the Fundación Palm. This talk will address the architecture of the Dominican Republic’s capital city, Santo Domingo.

This talk will be conducted in Spanish.

Contact: [email protected], 809-523-8554

April 12th, 6PM:  Talk “De Trujillo a Fernández Domínguez y Caamaño”: Based on the book of the same name. The talk will be presented in Spanish by the book’s author historian Tony Raful.

Contact: [email protected], 809-523-8554

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