Latino Heritage Week: Rachel Green Lecture
|When:||Monday, September 23, 2013 from Noon to 1 p.m. Gallery reception to follow.|
|Where:||Fine Arts Gallery, Armstrong Atlantic State University|
|Admission:||Free and open to the public.|
About this event:
Armstrong's Rachel Green, professor of art, presents the lecture, “Un Tejido de Nuestras Culturas” (A fabric of our cultures).
As part of Armstrong’s Latino Heritage Week celebration, Hispanic Outreach and Leadership at Armstrong (HOLA) and Armstrong AMT are partnering to present an artist talk on the Argentinean indigenous community of General Enrique Mosconi near Salta, Argentina.
"Un Tejido de Nuestras Culturas: Art and Community in Argentina" is a student international art exhibition inspired by study-abroad experiences in Argentina. This exhibition includes work by Armstrong students and faculty, Georgia College students, as well as works by our Argentinean host artists.
Armstrong’s Rachel Green, professor of art, says she coordinates this collaborative effort so that “students and artists from the local area invest in service projects with their Argentine counterparts to build communities and use the visual arts as a pathway for exchanging ideas and developing understanding.”
Gallery reception to follow.
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