Colombia Connection: UK Rules, OK?

From environmental collaboration to commercial connections, ties between Colombia and the UK are flourishing.

Oli’s big topic: I’m a migrant too

A lot of people look down upon Venezuelan migration. But many of us have similar stories and situations – more empathy is needed.

Letter from Tumaco: Notes from the forgotten pearl of the Pacific.

A trip to Tumaco reveals that the violence is there, but not as conspicuous as you might expect. A new series where writers share their observations about less-visited zones of the country.

Studying abroad: All abroad the study train!

In this article, we look at some of the questions to keep in mind if you’re keen to continue your education outside of Colombia.

ARTBO Q&A: Aaron Cezar, Delfina Foundation

Aaron Cezar, is the founding director of the Delfina Foundation in the UK and will be curating the Proyectos section of ARTBO this year.

San Felipe: The jewel in the city’s art scene

San Felipe is home to the Bogotá Art District and will be brimming with things to do during ARTBO.

World Cleanup Day 2019, a chance to help clean the planet

World Cleanup Day 2019 returns on September 21 as the biggest civic action cleanup movement Colombia has seen. Register here and get involved.

Don’t miss at ARTBO 2019: Tips from María Paz Gaviria, ARTBO...

ARTBO director María Paz Gaviria gives her tips on what to see at ARTBO 2019, Alfredo Jaar's 'A Logo for America,' Forum talks and Referentes.

Beyond ARTBO: A quick tour of this year’s fringe art festivals

Every year around ARTBO there are also some other smaller art festivals with plenty of things to watch, like Barcú, Feria del Millón and Espacio Odeón.

Café Pushkin still pushing for reintegration of former FARC members.

To find out more about the role that reintegration initiatives can play, The Bogotá Post spoke to César Jerez, the owner of Café Pushkin – a café that sources its products directly from various conflict zones in the country.