DE ESPERANZA Y DE LOCURA / OF HOPE AND MADNESS
Aug. 28–Oct. 26, 2013
Work by Erika Harrsch, Miguel Luciano, Esperanza Mayobre, Omar Pimienta, Favianna Rodriguez, and Judi Werthein
A group exhibition of Latino artists who deal with migration and immigration issues understood as flights of both hope and insanity.
Image credit: Erika Harrsch, Currency Kites, mixed-media on nylon with carbon and fiberglass rods.
MAIZE Y MÁS:
From Mother to Monster?
Nov. 1, 2013–Feb. 15, 2014
Work by Yvonne Escalante, Yolanda Guerra, Fernando Mastrangelo, Viva Paredes, and Jorge Rojas
An exhibition that explores the role that corn plays in our current food system and in Latino culture and uncovers the links between food, cultural identity and health.
Related Event: Tortilla Oracle performance by Jorge Rojas—
Nov. 1, 2013, 7–11pm
Image credit: Yvonne Escalante, Keeping Time, mixed media.
Nov. 15 & Nov. 16, 2013, 8:00 p.m.
Nov. 17, 2013, 2:00 p.m.
$25 at the door/$20 online/
$10 students/ Get Tickets »
Theatre/dance performance by Teo Castellanos D-Projects
To have and have not: Fat Boy is a compelling multi-disciplinary performance that explores global themes of scarcity, abundance, poverty, and consumerism.
Image credit: Teo Castellanos D-Projects,