Culture and the arts have a niche for the whole family in the Parque Central Cultural Center, a space that despite the pandemic has reactivated its programming to offer a conglomerate of activities, following biosafety protocols.
This was reported by Marcela Lunar, the center's Programming Coordinator, who pointed out that the reactivation began this year with educational, theatrical, musical and cinematographic activities.
September began with the concert that marked the return of the group Nou Vin Lakay and, in musical matters, it will continue with the live presentation, on September 17, of the rapper Gona.
As far as cinema is concerned, Lunar pointed out that the Sala Antonieta Colón offers a double function every Tuesday and Thursday at 2:00 and 4:00 in the afternoon.
Lunar added that, in addition, the cultural center offers a series of workshops that will be taking place throughout September, October and November.
Thus, as of September 27, registrations will open to participate in workshops for young people and adults of Afro-Brazilian dance, bachata, salsa and urban dance, while for girls and boys there will be collage and plastic arts courses.
On October 1 and 2, the performing arts will rise to the stage with the staging of Frutos Extraños by the Amaká Colectiva Performing Arts Company, directed by Lunar.
"There is also the relaunch of the Collective Furnace project, BarN'Red, at the end of the month, and we are preparing a performing arts festival for the end of November," he added.
Those interested in purchasing tickets or participating in the workshops can go to the center from Monday to Sunday from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm in flexible weeks and from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm in radical weeks.