Date(s) - Thursday, October 13, 2022
Admission to the Oct. 13 reception and the “Narratives” exhibit is free and open to the public.
“Exploring the Hispanic and Latin-American cultural influence of these multi-national artists–many of whom have been influenced by Latin American writers–is a good way to embrace the spirit of Hispanic Heritage Month,” ArtServe Executive Director Jason Hughes said. “The ‘Narratives’ exhibit will showcase the often-interwoven storytelling aspect of Hispanic and Latin art that gives it so much depth and expression.”
Nations represented at Narratives will be: Puerto Rico, Colombia, Brazil, Cuba, Argentina, Venezuela, Ecuador, Mexico, Aruba, Chile, Haiti and Uruguay.
Narratives is curated by Anaibis M. Yero, an art history specialist from Cuba, together with Latin American Art Pavilion founder and director Maria A. Napoles, also from Cuba. Napoles is the former executive director of the Florida Arte Americas Art Fair.
Tickets and additional information HERE.