In commemoration of the Battle of Carabobo and Armed Forces Day in Venezuela, the Venezuelan Embassy in Washington invites the public to a screening of the film “Taita Boves” by director Luis Alberto Lamata at its cultural space, the Bolivarian…
This Saturday, June 8, the Committee in Solidarity with the Bolivarian Revolution will hold a concert entitled “We Are All Venezuela” at St. Stephen and the Incarnation Church in Washington, DC.
Last Friday, the Embassy of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela to the United States hosted a reception for the Venezuela Section of the Latin American Studies Association (LASA) during its annual conference, held this year in Washington.
Busboys and Poets, a local community gathering place in Washington, DC, hosted a discussion Thursday night about elections and participatory democracy in Venezuela with three panelists who offered their firsthand impressions of the last presidential race and said the results…
Busboys and Poets, a community gathering place in Washington, DC, will celebrate “Venezuela Week” from May 20 to 26 in collaboration with the Embassy of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela to the United States. As part of the celebration, all…
“No other human being on the planet has been able to make studying and teaching music a way of life for so many millions of young children and young people as José Antonio Abreu has done; that is why we…
The Embassy of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela to the United States extends its thanks all the community members who visited the ambassador’s residence and the Bolivarian Hall last Saturday during Passport DC’s 2013 “Around the World Embassy Tour.”
The Chargé d’affaries of the Embassy of Venezuela to the U.S. has announced a temporary pause in cultural programming at the Bolivarian Hall, the cultural space of the Embassy in Washington, DC, due to renovations.
The Embassy of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela in Washington, DC, will soon announce its upcoming cultural events.
Last Friday, the Embassy of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela to the U.S. launched an exhibit of drawings by the Venezuelan architect and fine artist Edgar Henríquez at its Andrés Bello Hall in Washington, DC.