La historia detrás de la primera máscara de madera tallada por el maestro artesano colombiano Francisco Padilla en el barrio Galapa de Barranquilla.
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!
In this audiograph, Afro-Colombian singer La Burgos, Alegres Ambulancias de San Basilio de Palenque explains the Colombian Lullaby known as Arrullo Palenquero.
Enjoy this episode as we explore the most fascinating roots of the musical traditions of San Basilio de Palenque.
In this audiograph, I interview Afro-Colombian singer La Burgos, Alegres Ambulancias de San Basilio de Palenque. She tells me about her family traditions, the funeral of her mother, the iconic Colombian cantadora and tamborera from the Batata dynasty, Graciela Salgado Valdés who passed away in 2013.
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.
In this new episode, National Geographic photographer and Guggenheim Fellow Maggie Steber talks about her experiences photographing strangers in more than 70 countries.
This episode is the ultimate video guide to colonial Cartagena in Colombia. What do to, what to eat and where to go. Find the most instagrammable places in the city. A great vlog to prepare for a trip to this unique and magical city, located on the Caribbean side of the country.
We know that many of you are itching to get out and explore the world, and travel companies like Colombia Photo Expeditions believe leisure travel will return and can be done safely. For this reason, they have designed a set of “Peace of Mind” natural history, birdwatching and photography tours that we think are the safest way to get you back out there when international air travel resumes