Healing Power of Family Traditions & Cultural Practice: Latino Community Conversation
CVAD student Martha Samaniego Calderón has extended an invitation to CVAD students on a Latino Community Conversation panel that she will be participating in this March. Two other presenters will join her: Yosa Alaniz and Grupo Pakal.
Martha will bring 3 to 4 charcoal drawings to help portray her anecdotes around the topic The Healing Power of Family Traditions and Cultural Practice. She believes this would be a good opportunity for UNT students to see a different way in which art can be used (to use it as a medium to generate dialogue in community with the artist present instead of just displaying it only at art galleries with the artist often absent).
This event will be held prior to the presentation of the play "Bless Me, Ultima" based on Rudolfo Anaya's book. The panel conversation will be from 5:00-7:00pm with light refreshments.
It is free to attend the panel. The play starts after the panel at 7:30pm and requires a ticket to attend.
March 2nd, 2019 at 5pm
Latino Cultural Center Art Gallery
2600 Live Oak St.
If you would like to attend the panel, please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Cara Mia Theatre website