Casa de Los Tres Mundos
Casa de Los Tres Mundos
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Lonnelda M
Trinity, United States67 contributions
Jul 2018 • Solo
This is a not for profit organization that does so much for local culture and the community. They are truly a cultural center. They have music lessons, a choir, dance, art lessons and print shop and a radio station. Most of their programs are free and most of their performances are free or for very little money. They truly serve the community and have a reach out program to some of the poorest neighborhoods in the city to bring the arts to those who do not live close enough to come to come to them. They are also situation in a beautiful building just off the central square in Granada so very easy to get to. I recommend you stop in a few a minutes to view the building, or better still, attend on their wonderful events.
Written July 27, 2018
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heyjudithz
Knoxville, TN1,511 contributions
Mar 2018 • Business
The Casa tres Mundos, or House of Three Worlds, is a cultural center whose website states is "an institution created to initiate, support, and promote cultural projects in Nicaragua and Central America." It emphasizes support for the poorer segments of society through rural development projects. Artists were on site during our visit, including print makers, painters, and carvers. It is located in a gorgeous old mansion with an open center courtyard. Highly recommended!
Written July 9, 2018
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jenfogg
Orlando, FL66 contributions
Feb 2018 • Couples
We were led here by street art pasted around the city. There is some really great art here and we bought some right from the artists. The whole space is lovely with artist working in the inner courtyard. They also do films and other art events.. Great place!
Written April 2, 2018
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Nicholas K
Granada, Nicaragua16 contributions
Nov 2017 • Couples
As parents, we are always trying to engage our children in art and culture. We hope to spark curiosity, creativity and passion for everything from the most mundane to the most elaborate. Moving to Granada, we had no idea this would be 2 blocks away from our home. Our experiences have ranged from art exhibits, musical performances, holiday family celebrations, modern dance as well as interactive performance art. Another amazing aspect--most of these events are free-the one we paid for was very low cost. We have certainly attended more art performances since we moved here 6 months ago that we did-in likely 2 years in the US.
Written December 29, 2017
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Corinne D
22 contributions
Dec 2017 • Solo
I took a painting class here with Jamir. We spent about 3-4 hours working on an idea that I had for a painting. He was very professional and helpful in providing the materials and teaching me some new skills. The painting came out much better than I had even imagined! The other guys working here are amazing artists and really cool people. It's also interesting just to walk around the space and see their art-- what a great space.
Written December 18, 2017
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Emily M
Bryan, TX22 contributions
Nov 2017 • Couples
This is a great way to take in the local arts and artists of Nicaragua. We came on a Saturday so I don't think a lot was going on, but we were able to peruse around and see different schools of art including theater and print making. They have a lot of art hanging from Nicaraguan artists that's for sale for really good prices. However, if you're just looking to buy, most of the workshops have store fronts around the block, so you can just visit them from the streets instead.
Written December 1, 2017
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Steven W
46 contributions
May 2016 • Family
Tres Mundos is unique.They offer artwork, tours and many options for the traveler. Walk in and take a look. Ask all the questions you like. The staff is friendly and always ready to help you fing the activity that is to your liking. It is conviently located one block from central park.
Written April 14, 2017
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David G
27 contributions
Jan 2017 • Couples
At first glance there does not appear to be much to see but we just kept going and discovered areas where artists where working. A good place to buy local art from local artists.
Written March 1, 2017
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Girardbtp
Boston, MA10 contributions
Feb 2017
Other reviewers have complained about paying to see little. The guys out front just tried to have their Nicaraguan-American friend pay them a "donation." It's suppose to be free. The center is either in on it or allowing it to happen. I say don't visit.
Written February 24, 2017
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Nicaragua P
Leon, Nicaragua32 contributions
Jan 2016 • Friends
And yes, it was gratifying to see art presented, evidently the same art was made there in classes. My only issue is that it costs just to enter. There are literally dozens of equally majestic homes within walking distance that are completely free to enter. There are cultural activities here, but I did not have the good fortune to coincide with any. Next time!
Written December 23, 2016
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