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The Biblioteca Madre project will amplify the voices of indigenous people, females, and people with disabilities of Latin America engaged in artistic practices, empowering them to reach new audiences through multimedia educational content. A team of artists and educators will connect and collaborate with the selected artists to create an online multimedia library that showcases their history, culture, and traditions. The resulting library, along with lesson plans and teachers guides, will be shared with youth-serving organizations across Latin America and the USA.

The Biblioteca Madre program will launch in July 2024 via online showcases featuring the artists and highlights of their materials.  Organizations and schools that are interested in participating will complete a short registration form to gain access to the materials and complete a short evaluation form to provide their feedback.

Please fill out this short interest form to be added to the roster of participating organizations:

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Your donation will help us connect with more artists and share their stories with more youth across the US and Latin America.

Meet the Artists

The list below represents work done by artists outside Biblioteca Madre project. The opinions displayed here are those of the artist(s) and are not endorsed by ComMotion, Partners of the Americas, or the US Department of State.

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Angie Vanessa Cardenás Roa

Visual Artist


Ninari Chimba head shot

Ninari Chimba

Singer and Songwriter


Maite Galban head shot

Maite Galban Cueto



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Idalmis Garcia

Actress and Drama Therapist


Claudia Landavazo head shot

Claudia Landavazo

Dancer and Choreographer


Eli Vera Maripangui

Eli Vera Maripangui

Theater artist, Scenic storyteller, Artistic educator and Cultural mediator


Ana Clara de Moral head shot

Ana Clara de Moral

Puppeteer, Educator and Artist


Adriana Pacheco

Adriana Pacheco

Musician and Singer


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Orquesta Sonidos de Luz



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Federico and Isabel Pacheco

Stained Glass Artists


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Eduardo "Negro" Sosa



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Laura Carrión (Warmi Taki)



Diana Tarnofky Head Shot

Diana Tarnofky

Oral Storyteller


The Education and Culture Program is supported by funding from the U.S. Department of State and implemented by Partners of the Americas in partnership with the Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs.

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