Cartoon on COVID-19 pandemicAmong the cartoonists from the Balcony of Eastern Cuba that give life to works related to the COVID-19 are the art instructor Yuslier Lozada, from the municipality of Jobabo, and the well-known Antonio Medina (ANTOMS) and María Sao, members of the Circle of Cartoonists and Graphic Designers of the Union of Cuban Journalists in the province, who live in Las Tunas city.

José Martí Provincial Library, in Las Tunas

The navigation room of the José Martí Provincial Library, which had not provided Internet services for three years, will offer this facility free of charge once the quarantine has been completed, announced Carmen Velázquez Quintana, director of that cultural institution.

Albita, from the Los Zahoríes puppet theater, shares on Facebook audiovisual capsules with Fito, one of her puppets.

Her home is an oasis. In their bosom, they, both, build a family garden or organize a plastic arts workshop. The wife makes wonders in ceramics; he reviews the stories that he will later convert into videos; one of the sons studies for the entrance exams to Higher Education, another tries out a musical instrument and Daniel de Jesús, his 4-year-old toddler, paints and performs in some family works.

With the certainty that dawn is hope in itselfWith the certainty that dawn is not a portion of hope, but hope in itself, more than twenty artists from Las Tunas, inside and outside the national geography, have come together to give life to the poem "Ya amanecerá" ( Dawn is coming), by the young singer and songwriter Andrés Alejandro Sedeño Licea.

Abrazando la esperanza painting, for hopeThe Cuban flag flies beautifully high in the landscape. The ropes serve as a flagpole. A royal palm spreads out and almost reaches its same height as if it wanted to kiss it. Our countryside on a mask, the symbolism concentrated: Cuba is the hope.