They have a printmaking shop with some of the prints displayed on the walls and some that you can buy. The artwork is really exceptional. We also found some of the prints on telephone poles around town.
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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...More
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...More
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...More
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...More
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.
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.
There is a sign out in front that will tell what activities or performances are coming up. Many times there are art shows on exhibit. Children take classes in music and dance there and sometimes you can see them in rehearsal.
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....More
We bought some original art from painters at work and watched ongoing drawing and music classes. It was great to see drawing being well taught and to see artists doing original work.