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Nosara: A Magnet for Artistic Projects
Columbian curator Nina Arias proposes a new space for art
By Juan Carlos Saldaña

Little by little the Nosara area is developing in its cultural and artistic aspect, expanding its alternatives and receiving new people who arrive with energy and proposals.

Such is the case with Independent Curator Nina Arias, coming from Miami with an obvious Latin touch from her unmistakably Colombian roots. She has chosen Nosara as a base for her projects; due to its magnetic and evenly balanced mix of infrastructure and nature which gives necessary characteristics to work the market. She hopes that the artist’s works will be part of the design and beautification of the area’s commercial and housing spaces.

Nina’s background has been very artistically active and successful, making her an integral part of the artistic community of Miami for over eight years, having co-founded the Wynwood Art District Association, The Independent Cultural Access Society, as well as participating as invited curator of various other projects. Having recently moved to the community, she is already searching for creative young people from the area and taking charge of the Galería de la Luna (Moon Gallery), trying to make the space available to do monthly expositions hosting international and local artists as guests.
We are sure that her experience and dynamism will nourish the artistic presence in Nosara, an elemental part of a community as it is food for the human spirit and a proposition of a more harmonious way of life, questioning, reflection, order and beauty.

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Recipe Thiefs
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This month’s victim: Daniel Alvarado Salazar, Executive Chef of L’Aqua Viva. Chef Salazar, a native of San Jose, has 15 years of international culinary training and experience, as well as impressive “street creds” with Playa Dominical’s world-class Zona Sur and Hotel Villas Rio Mar. Chef Salazar has been creating nutritious, tropical-inspired delicacies, with his dedicated staff of six, at L’Aqua Viva for 2 years now.. More >

The Party Is Heating Up In Esperanza

Show horses, bull riding championships, dancing and competitions are part of the schedule of events to enjoy from December 17th to the 20th in the popular Fiesta of La Esperanza of Nosara.. More >

 

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