Afroxander | KCET
Afroxander is the pen name for writer/photographer Ivan Fernandez. His work focuses on the arts, history, politics, and sports of Latin America and its diaspora. Based in Southern California.
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“Totally Fake Latino News!,” a satirical show by Latinx performance trio Culture Clash is tailor-made for the unprecedented times we’re living in today.
Post date: 2020-09-16T08:27:34-07:00
Based in Los Angeles, Hola Mexico is the largest film festival of Mexican cinema outside of Mexico. Because of the pandemic, it moved its entire operation online for 2020, opening new opportunities for the festival.
Post date: 2020-09-15T08:04:15-07:00
There was a time that Los Angeles powered a lively Hispanic vaudeville scene, and its legacy still lives on in many performers today.
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Traditional Mexican dances (aka baile folklórico) are the forte of the Pacifico Dance Company, and they’ve helped train hundreds, performing in venues around the country and the world.
Post date: 2020-08-18T18:13:44-07:00
In the face of a bleak outlook for indie music venues, a new nonprofit emerges to save SoCal’s stages.
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Chilean artist Victor Castillo’s art style utilizes a classic Americana style of the 1950s reminiscent of Norman Rockwell and early Disney, but painted with a more innocent, cartoonish brush. Now his works are brought to life in CGI.