Startup Cuba sits down with filmmaker Esteban “Steven” Petersen to learn about the motivations behind his award-winning short film.
Author - Erin Goodman
Erin Goodman has been an editor and a contributor at Startup Cuba. She is a longtime follower of US-Cuba relations and contemporary Cuban culture. Erin first traveled to Havana in 2002, and later founded a travel and translation company, taking groups of women to Havana with a focus on the arts and entrepreneurship. She has translated for The New York Times, OnCuba Travel, and many other publications.
Jorge Olivera Castillo has spent his entire life fighting for freedom of expression, and paying dearly for it.
A Startup Cuba exclusive interview with the folks behind the scenes of Mucho Mucho Amor: The Legend of Walter Mercado
Los Hermanos is a story of what’s possible to achieve when we break our geopolitical differences down to a human level.
Puerto Rican drummer and grammy winner Henry Cole has launched a new craft music movement with La Música Artesanal.
The San Isidro Movement is a group of Cuban artists, journalists and academics founded by Luis Manuel Otero Alcantara, a 32-year-old self-taught performance artist known...
Photojournalist Greg Kahn explores the role that fashion, style, and trends play in defining millennial identity in Havana.
Author Alvaro Santana-Acuña talks to us about his new book Ascent to Glory, and Gabriel García Márquez's ties to Cuba and self-imposed quarantine.
Cuban-American artist and illustrator Edel Rodríguez's work has been on the covers of Time, Newsweek, and more. He believes art is a tool for social change.