What is more fascinating than a tool from our ancestors? In Colombia, La Chamba is a piece of pottery to prepare food that has been made there for centuries. Named after its origin, La Chamba, Colombia, this pot has a unique look but also a very unique creation process. Let’s see how La Chamba is created, where it comes from and some different recipes you can make in it!
Explore musicians David Rothemberg´s recent work ¨Bug Music¨, a fascinating approach to playing the clarinet with bugs
In this episode we learn about El Sanjuanero Tolimense, often called simply Sanjuanero It is a traditional Colombian bambuco song.It’s one of Colombia’s most recognizable folkloric songs, and it is the anthem of the Festival Folclórico y Reinado Nacional del Bambuco.
National Geographic Magazine contributor photographer and Guggenheims Foundation Fellow Maggie Steber, explains some of her tricks to find good stories.
Maggie Steber, National Geographic Magazine contributor photographer and Guggenheim Foundation, shares five tips for beginner photographers.
Have you ever wondered why birds sing? In this documentary inspired by the book of the same title by musician and eco-philosopher David Rothenberg’s viewes explore the intriguing theories on why birds sing.
As a photographer, I have always been fascinated with how ultrasounds can create an image of internal body structures such as tendons, muscles, joints, blood vessels, and internal organs. Did you know that the first ultrasound was developed to measure flaws in metal castings in the 1940s? I am also mesmerized by the fact that 3D ultrasounds can make live, moving images of a beating heart.
In this new episode, I journey into the most beautiful river in the world. Located in Colombia, its […]
In this episode, we learn about Molas. The full costume includes a patterned wrapped skirt, a red and […]