The Mountains Wore Down to the Valleys Opening Reception

5:00 pm – 7:00 pm Join us for an opening reception to celebrate the artists behind our newest exhibition, The Mountains Wore Down to the Valleys! The Mountains Wore Down to the Valleys is a collaborative sound and visual installation by New Mexican artists Adri De La Cruz and Marisa Demarco. The multi-phase exhibition begins with a sound experience that transforms over the course of 72 hours as 20 musical compositions on vinyl records erode over time.  Stories of strength emanate from another record that plays multigenerational interviews (more…)

El Voto Femenino: Exhibit Opening

Friday, January 24, 2020 6 pm Join us for the opening of “El Voto Femenino: Sufragistas Latinas luchando por el derecho al voto. Celebrating Hispanic Women’s Suffrage Worldwide”. This exhibit, which will run from January 24 through June 30. The exhibit features women from 24 countries in the international Hispanic diaspora who were instrumental in women’s suffrage, including Nina Otero Warren (New Mexico, US), Bertha Lutz (Brazil), Mathilde Hidalgo de Procel (Ecuador), Elvia Carrillo Puerto (Mexico), Ofelia Domínguez Navarro (Cuba), Elena Caffarena (Chile), Josefa Llanes Escoda (Philippines) (more…)

Opening Reception: The House on Mango Street: Artists Interpret Community

5:30 pm to 7:30 pm The National Hispanic Cultural Center Art Museum will be opening a new, bilingual exhibition entitled The House on Mango Street: Artist Interpret Community, on April 29, 2016, with a free, public opening from 6-8pm. Organized by the National Museum of Mexican Art in Chicago and curated by NMMA’s Visual Arts Director and Chief Curator Cesáreo Moreno, the exhibition features art works inspired by the classic novel The House on Mango Street, first published in 1984 by award-winning author Sandra Cisneros. Free event

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