Dia de los Muertos Exhibition
Sunday, October 12th
3:00 pm – 7:00 pm
It’s that time of year again! ChimMaya invites you to our annual Dia de los Muertos exhibition.
Resident Artists: Yolanda Gonzalez, Juan Solis, Emilia Garcia, Victor Amor, Ixchel Amor
Participating Artists: George Yepes, CiCi Segura-Gonzalez, Jose Lozano, Pola Lopez, Joe Bravo, Laura Vasquez-Rodriguez, Robert Palacios, Ofelia Esparza, Heriberto Luna, Helena Amor, Hector Silva, Peter Tovar, Maria Kane, Chuy Rangel, Gilbert Reyes, Tito Sturcke, Luis Genaro, Ernie Herrera, Rudy Torres, Ernie Anguiano, Antonio Pelayo, Ivan Godinez, Gennaro Garcia
Featured Image….’La Viuda Alegre’ by Hector Silva
ChimMaya has been undergoing a major renovation of our gallery space for 5 weeks. We removed walls in our main gallery, added two new rooms….and a patio.
With all the increased tension in our country and the world….we invite you to spend an afternoon with incredible art, talented artists, and great people in our newly expanded space.
Come celebrate the beauty and rich culture of the Latino community!
(Please specify if you are rsvping for Ana Castillo)
Limited Seating….admittance will be by ‘rsvp only’
Ana Castillo is the author of the novels ‘Peel My Love Like an Onion’, ‘So Far From God,’ ‘Sapogonia,’ and ‘The Mixquiahuala Letters’ as well as the short story collection ‘Loverboys.’ Her books of poetry include ‘My Father Was a Toltec,’ ‘I Ask the Impossible,’ and ‘Watercolor Women/Opaque Men: A Novel in Verse.’ Her accolades include a Carl Sandburg Prize, a Southwestern Booksellers Award, and an American Book Award. She taught creative writing at DePaul University until 2006 and she frequently lectures at colleges and book festivals around the country. She currently lives in New Mexico.
Thank you for your patronage of ChimMaya
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