- published: 07 May 2016
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A little video walking around N Quito looking at graffiti and street art.
Johana shares stage with the kids from "Su Cambio por el Cambio" (Your Change for a Change), introducing us to her powerful argument that art can in fact produce powerful change in society. Together they give us a glimpse of what can be accomplished with promoting art among teens and young adults in conflict and impoverished areas. Photographic designer and visual artist born in Quito in 1992, Johanna specializes in documental photography and has published several Works, which include the Photo documental book “Art as a Tool for Social Transformation”, the community newspaper “Art in my Neighborhood”, the photographic essay “Mothers of Urban Culture” and the documentary “The New Generation” which obtained an honorary mention award for Photojournalism for peace “Juan Antonio Serrano” in 2...
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Tours in Quito Ecuador offered by Metropolitan Touring http://www.metropolitan-touring.com/ToursInEquador A journey through three eras, three museums and three visions of Quito, Ecuador. Join the tour at: http://metropolitan-touring.com/content.asp?id_page=354
An art museum in Quito, Ecuador. One of my favorite place of my study abroad trip.
There is an abundance of Graffiti that has grown from Underground Street Art to a Legitimate Art Form in Quito, Ecuador and the Galapagos Islands. While traveling back from an excursion, we were able to shoot photos of this great Art that PJ Adkins - recorded for TravelCompanion2106.com.
Part 2 in the Quito Street Art series. Walking around the Jipijapa and la Carolina neighborhoods in North Quito looking at some cool graffiti. Horns were honked and traffic was dodged to bring you this video. Part one in this series can be watched here: https://youtu.be/ZQV7-p8RViU
Follow the music, admire the art, place yourself inside historic architecture, in Telesur's "Cultura Latina". This week's program, hosted by Mauricio Izquierdo, starts in Lima, Peru with a visit to the Municipal Theater, an architectural jewel and one the city's landmarks. It was destroyed in a fire in 1998 and has been completely restored. Then it's on to Quito, Ecuador to the Casa del Alabado, which since 2010 has housed one of the most impressive collections of pre-Colombian art in Latin America. teleSUR http://multimedia.telesurtv.net/v/cultura-latina-348442/
This is an introduction to my gallery and my art work in a 150 year old colonial house that I have been restoring in Quito, Ecuador. To view my art work, visit www.carolelindberg.com. You can see more of my art here Website: www.carolelindberg.com Facebook: www.facebook.com/carolelindbergartgallery Tripadvisor: www.tripadvisor.com/9769542?m=19905
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