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Museum of Costa Rican Art decorated with bicentennial mural

The Museum of Costa Rican Art is a free attraction located in what was once the terminal building for the nation's international airport.

Photos: Inside the Museum of Costa Rican Art in San José

The Museum of Costa Rican Art is a free attraction located in what was once the terminal building for the nation's international airport.

5 questions for Costa Rican artist Luciano Goizueta

The Tico Times chats with painter Luciano Goizueta about our daily routines, the hidden side of cities and chaos theory - just for starters.

5 questions for Costa Rican artist Ulillo

The artist known as Ulillo discusses street art, future plans and his greatest inspiration.

5 questions for 2 graphic designers: ‘The street is the biggest museum’

A belief that art is all around us sends a binational team of graphic designers into Costa Rica's streets. Meet Iden-tica.

New gallery to be inaugurated during the Art City Tour

The Breness Art Gallery in Barrio Escalante will open its doors during tonight's Art City Tour.

5 questions for Costa Rican artist Dino Real – ‘Everything can be art’

"It’s very important that we are happy with our city. Many of the performances that I’ve done involve the streets, the audience, and creating accessible art for all sorts of people." Costa Rican artist Dino Real steps into our Weekend Arts Spotlight.

5 questions for a painter: ‘Art is the pursuit of the truth’

Miguel Hernández launched his artistic career at the age of 7, inspired and taught by the members of his family in Santa Bárbara, Heredia.

PHOTO ESSAY: Don Tina, the cabuya master

The fiber from Costa Rica's cabuya plant, part of the agave family, has been used for centuries to make rope and woven items. Don Tina teaches the art to others as a way of keeping the tradition alive.

Book exchange to ‘liberate’ paperbacks in Cariari

Like a bibliophilic scavenger hunt, the so-called World Book Liberation Day invites participants to scatter used books around the complex, and all of these editions are up for grabs.

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