Rosita Alarcón, popular singer.
 
 
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Rosita, the singer: Rosita Alarcón is a popular singer who, after turning 50, decided to get her guitar and work for our identity.
The barrel-organ player: Sonia Trujillo is one of the two female barrel-organ players now working in Chile.
High and low culture : Musicologist Juan Pablo González is convinced that in cultures such as ours "the elite looks down on massive artistic expressions".
Women and clay: Delfina Aguilera is part of a long tradition of artisans, known as the "loceras de Pilen".
Murals in La Victoria: One of Santiago's strongest and most popular forms of street-art.
Public space for use: In Santiago, Children use the Fuente Alemana as their own private pool.
Typical snacks: Cecilia and Casandra Fernández are two sisters working for the preservation of our country's flavours.
A life of clay: Olga Salinas is Pomaire´s eldest ceramist and one of the few who maintains a technique one hundred per cent manual.
Aymara Cosmo Vision: Their culture is based on the cult of the Pachamama (Mother Earth), offering a unique combination of native and Catholic traditions.
Black people in Chile?: The "Oro Negro" foundation states that African influence in Chile is much deeper than what historians have told us.
Aymaras: Their culture is based on the cult of the Pachamama (Mother Earth), offering a unique combination of native and Catholic traditions.
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