Friday, October 13, 2023, 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm
Celebrate the essence of Hispanic Heritage Month with our extraordinary exhibition, showcasing the profound creativity and innovation of women artists from the Hispanic and Latino communities. Through diverse mediums and perspectives, these talented creators explore the intricacies of culture, identity, and history, inviting you to experience their unique narratives and contribute to a more inclusive artistic dialogue. Join us in honoring their impactful contributions and celebrating the vibrant tapestry of voices that shape our cultural landscape.
Opening Reception: September 22nd at 6:30-8pm
Second Reception: Friday, October 13th at 6:30-8pm.
Location: 191 Highland Ave, Second Floor, Suite 2A, Somerville, MA
We are extending collaboration with another Arts Council driven space, The Inside Out Gallery, which will be featuring, Artistas de Somerville, including artists: Consuelo Lopez, Fermin Castro, Laidy Saenz, and Mario Quiroz.
National Hispanic Heritage Month is an annual observance in the United States that celebrates the rich culture, history, and contributions of Hispanic and Latino Americans. It takes place from September 15 to October 15, encompassing the independence days of several Latin American countries, and serves as a time to recognize and honor the diverse and impactful achievements of this vibrant community.