CLOSING January 13, 2018
Our fall exhibition features local Latina artists’ work that reflects the mutilfacted identities of women of color. The walls echo with the rich color, pattern, and iconography of Latina art. Judy Miranda, Ana María Hernando, Jessica Luna (+), Arlette Lucero, Meggan DeAnzaand contributor Colorado Coalition Against Domestic Violence use their creative energy to ignite what you may have thought was puro cuento, pure myth.
January 5, 5 – 9 pm
5- 9 pm, music, drinks, and art.
In January enjoy a bilingual sensory performance that will activate all of your senses. Performance will begin at 730 pm
January 11, 6- 7 PM
New year, new you!
Noemi Nunez will be leading a final reflection as we prepare to close Las Hadas. Honor yourself by celebrating your strength and community. Bring your mat and water bottle and join us in front of Arlette Lucero’s Tree of Life mural to align with where the land and sea meet.
Cost of class $10
Would you like to RSVP a spot?
email Janel Rosales at email@example.com
No need to be an expert in the Spanish language or yoga.
January 12, 6- 7 PM
Tour with local muralist Josiah Lopez up and down Santa Fe Art District to discover the rich history embedded in between the streets. First meet at Museo de las Americas for the final walk-through of Las Hadas exhibition to say good-bye to the vibrant and energizing work..
Located in the heart of the Santa Fe Arts District, Museo de las Americas is the premier Latin American art museum in the Rocky Mountain region. Museo is dedicated to educating our community through collecting, preserving, interpreting, and exhibiting the arts and cultures of Latinidad in the Americas, from ancient to contemporary, though innovative exhibitions and programming. Museo has served the Denver community for 26 years through award-winning exhibitions, arts education programming and special events.