• Itziar Barrio residency!

    Itziar Barrio residency!

    Whilst at her residency at La Escuelita, Itziar Barrio researched Nicaraguan literature, the phenomenon of earthquakes and other cultural dimensions. She had fruitful meetings with a range of different local writers, organizations and institutions. She has also started to work on a new project involving video and sculpture that she will be finalizing on her next visit.

    Itziar Barrio will be teaching an audiovisual workshop in November 2015.

    Please visit our upcoming workshops page for more information

  • Follow us on Instagram!

    You can now follow La Escuelita on Instagram!

    Just search for 'laescuelitanica' and see exclusive pictures from around the property!


  • See what we've been up to in February!

    Wednesday, 6 March 2013

    If you felt so inclined, you could click me to see what’s been happening in the jungle outside of Niquinohomo and how the project is coming along!

    This month saw the arrival of a water supply, the first beds and furniture, new outside path and steps. The building was painted white as is traditional in the area and our new wall for projecting films was finished! And many more things besides...

    Thank you for your interest and support!

  • New pictures in Gallery!

    Sunday, 3 February 2013

    We’ve posted some photographs of how work is progressing at La Escuelita, as well as introducing you to our closest town, Niquinohomo. As well as being the quintessentially beautiful sleepy town, it is also the birthplace of Augusto Sandino.

    If you would like to see more, please click here

  • Work continues!

    Monday, 7 January 2013

    Updates from the land of volcanoes and lakes!

    Today we are proud to direct you to a new album in our ‘photos’ section showing how work is going at La Escuelita! 

    Please click here

  • La Escuelita Nicaragua Launches it's website!

    Thursday, 3 January 2013

    Today L.E.N launched it’s website for all to peruse, use and enjoy! We will update the site regularly in order to keep you abreast of the latest developments and happenings with our unique and tropical project! Please check back regularly!