Kennesaw State hosts local Latin American art exhibit
The Kennesaw State University Department of Visual Arts will present "Ventana al Arte Latino…
Georgia (May 29, 2002) — Kennesaw State hosts local Latin American art exhibit
Cheryl Anderson Brown
The Kennesaw State University Department of Visual Arts will present "Ventana al Arte
Latino" (Windows to Latin Art) in the Sturgis Library Gallery‚ June 1−29. The opening
reception‚ featuring music by Latinfeeling Band‚ will be held from 7−9 p.m. June 1.
The exhibition is co−sponsored by the KSU Center for Hispanic Studies‚ the KSU Foundation Inc. and the KSU Art Galleries.
The featured artists‚ all members of the Latin American Art Circle‚ include Jorge Arcos‚ JosÈ Ignacio CastaÒeda‚ Marcio Curti‚ Valerie Dibble‚ Diamela Fernandez‚ Roberta Griffin‚ Ricardo Jabardo‚ Cesar Lima‚ JosÈ Mendez‚ Eugenio Molinet‚ J.F. Ochoa‚ Wendy Phillips‚ Nicolette Reim‚ Joe Remillard‚ Pedro Resendiz‚ Monica Ruiz Velez‚ Enrique Sanxhez‚ Jeffrey Skillings‚ Cristina Tamames and Jaime Valero.
Gallery hours are 11 a.m.−3 p.m. Monday−Friday; 7−9 p.m. Wednesday−Thursday; and 1−4 p.m. Saturday. The gallery is located on the first floor of the Sturgis Library on the KSU campus. There is no admission fee. For more information‚ call 770−499−3223.
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