CAMAGUEY, CUBA.- Cuba will be represented by 24 works in the Third International Festival of Video-Art that begins on Friday in the eastern province of Camagüey with the participation of artists from four continents.
Almost a hundred materials from 33 countries will compete in this event, the only one of its type in Cuba.
Diana Perez, coordinator of the event, said that works from the United States, Mexico, Ecuador, Spain, France, the United Kingdom, Germany, Nigeria, Morocco, India and Turkey, among others, will be competing.
In addition, nearly 200 other works will be exhibited out of competition.
The festival will run through November 30 and its program includes lectures by specialists such as Magali Espinosa, a professor with the University of Havana, Javier Vilatela, from the German University of Munich, and Andres Tapia, from the University of Pittsburg in the United States.