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Wed January 8, 2014
Hispanic Arts Initiative Presents Punto de Vista: Latino Perspectives
The Hispanic Arts Initiative provides platforms for Latino visual and performing artists; raising awareness about Latino culture, and our fast-changing social demographics. The organization’s signature event is the annual Latino Visual Artists Exhibit. Punto de Vista: Latino Perspectives opens this Friday at the Womble Carlyle Gallery of the Milton Rhodes Center for the Arts. Hispanic Arts Initiative Executive Director Maria Sanchez-Boudy spoke with me recently about the exhibition, and David Ford began by asking her how the Hispanic Arts Initiative goes about enhancing cultural inclusion here in the Triad.
The opening reception for Latino Visual Artists Exhibit 2014 is this Friday night, January 10th from 6:00 PM to 8:30 PM in the Womble Carlyle Gallery of the Milton Rhodes Center for the Arts in Winston-Salem. Punto de Vista: Latino Perspectives invites you to experience the diversity of Latin American culture as expressed by 30 North Carolina artists accompanied by Latino musicians, dancers, and cuisine.