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This edition: Episodio #41: Pastorelas Navideñas, La Capacidad, Luis Barrios, Carlos Arcieri

Episode Details

Original tape date: January 22, 2009.

(In Spanish with English subtitles) 

En este episodio "Mano a mano, cultura mexicana sin fronteras" nos lleva al Museo de la Ciudad de Nueva York, para celebrar las posadas navideñas.  Margarita Larios, integrante de esta organización, nos adentra al colorido de estas fiestas, que como dato desconocido, tienen referentes prehispánicos.
 
Después conoceremos a los participantes de La Capacidad, una iniciativa de jóvenes artistas que promueve el intercambio cultural con diferentes comunidades de Latinoamérica, mediante residencias artísticas y talleres.  En esta ocasión La Capacidad nos lleva de Nueva York a El Salvador.
 
Luego Patricio Lerzundi visita John Jay College para conversar con el reverendo Luís Barrios, profesor de estudios puertorriqueños que ha realizado un amplio trabajo de investigación sobre las pandillas juveniles y su transnacionalización
 
Y para finalizar, en Midtown, Manhattan, conoceremos al colombiano Carlos Arcieri, quien lleva trabajando más de 30 años en uno de los oficios más nobles y delicados como la reparación y construcción de violines y violas. Su trabajo como luthier es reconocido internacionalmente.
 
 
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In this episode, Mano a Mano, Mexican Culture Without Borders takes us to the Museum of the City of New York to celebrate the Christmas [posada].  Margarita Larios, a member of this organization shows us these picturesque celebrations which, although few realize this fact, have pre-Hispanic influences.
 
Then, we'll meet the participants of La Capacidad, an initiative of young artists, which promotes intercultural exchange with different communities in Latin America, through artistic internships and workshops. On this occasion, La Capacidad takes us from New York
to El Salvador.
 
After that, Patricio Lerzundi goes to John Jay College to chat with the Reverend Luis Barrios, professor of Puerto Rican Studies, who has done a great deal of research on juvenile gangs and their transnationalization.
 
And, finally, in Midtown Manhattan, we'll meet Carlos Arcieri, a Colombian with more than 30 years experience in one of the most noble and delicate professions, repairing and restoring violins and violas. He is a world-renowned luthier.

Guest List

Elizabeth Aguilar Actress

Carlos Arcieri

Carla Avila Asistente a la Posada

Rev. Luis Barrios Psicólogo y profesor de estudios puertorriqueños, J. J. College/CUNY

Carmen Boullosa Distinguished Lecturer, City College/CUNY

Oscar René Cornejo Fundador y director, Proyecto la Capacidad

Tania Jiménez D'Sahagún Fotógrafa y participante, Proyecto La Capacidad

Margarita Larios Directora de Eventos, Mano a Mano: Cultura Mexicana Sin Fronteras

Prof. Patricio Lerzundi Chair of the Journalism, Communication, and Theatre Department (JCT) at Lehman College

Luthier

Amber Marsh Titiritera y participante, Proyecto La Capacidad

Fredy Regalado Asistente a la Posada

Diego Viladoms Asistente a la Posada

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