The Comprehensive Pilot Program to Combat Urban Poverty trains children and adolescents in theater, music, dance and visual arts. By René Novoa for Infosurhoy.com – 20/12/2012 Honduras’ Comprehensive Pilot Program to Combat Urban Poverty’s (PPICPU) theater group performed The Wizard of Oz at the Teatro Manuel Bonilla, the country’s most important cultural space, in August. [...]
Art – Artists “To make their work, our artists not only use their hands and eyes, they let their hearts and souls conduct them in the creation of their fine art.” The Constitution of the Republic of Honduras recognizes our culture in Articles 172, 173 and 174, as an expression of the country of Honduras. [...]
The House of Culture in Comayagua is an important venue for national artists wishing to exhibit their works. Here pieces are displayed and can be sold to tourists visiting the city. The region of Comayagua is not only a historical place, but a haven in Honduras for artists. Here, many art-loving people are dedicated to [...]
The Government of Honduras awarded the National Award for Art to painter Rolando López and, the National Award for Literature, to the writer Aída Castellanos.
Honduras’s first virtual Art Museum published courtesy of Honduras.com in 1996.
The streets of the Historic center of Tegucigalpa were converted into a real carnival on October 10th, with the opening of the Art Festival 2010.
The Honduran Institute of Inter-American Culture, IHCI, opens its doors to artists who wish to participate in the “XII Bienal de Escultura y Ceramica” (Sculpture and Ceramics).