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Los Rostros Ocultos/ Hidden Faces: Exhibit by Angelica Contreras

Latino Arts, Inc. 1028 South 9th Street, Milwaukee, WI

Contreras' work explores the relationships between tradition, identity and pop culture, incorporating techniques like acrylic, oil and collage into her pieces. Growing up in the United States and Mexico, provided her a rich palette of imagery, as well as that from other cultures. As in most of her work, there is an element of nostalgia

$1
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Los Rostros Ocultos/ Hidden Faces: Exhibit by Angelica Contreras

Latino Arts, Inc. 1028 South 9th Street, Milwaukee, WI

Contreras' work explores the relationships between tradition, identity and pop culture, incorporating techniques like acrylic, oil and collage into her pieces. Growing up in the United States and Mexico, provided her a rich palette of imagery, as well as that from other cultures. As in most of her work, there is an element of nostalgia

$1
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Los Rostros Ocultos/ Hidden Faces: Exhibit by Angelica Contreras

Latino Arts, Inc. 1028 South 9th Street, Milwaukee, WI

Contreras' work explores the relationships between tradition, identity and pop culture, incorporating techniques like acrylic, oil and collage into her pieces. Growing up in the United States and Mexico, provided her a rich palette of imagery, as well as that from other cultures. As in most of her work, there is an element of nostalgia

$1
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Global Read Webinar Series 2021

Once a month, the World Area Book Awards (Américas Award, Africana Book Award, Freeman Book Award, Middle East Book Award, and the South Asia Book Award) sponsor a 60 minute webinar on a book recognized by one of the awards. Each webinar features a presentation by an award-winning author with discussion on how to incorporate

Free
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Los Rostros Ocultos/ Hidden Faces: Exhibit by Angelica Contreras

Latino Arts, Inc. 1028 South 9th Street, Milwaukee, WI

Contreras' work explores the relationships between tradition, identity and pop culture, incorporating techniques like acrylic, oil and collage into her pieces. Growing up in the United States and Mexico, provided her a rich palette of imagery, as well as that from other cultures. As in most of her work, there is an element of nostalgia

$1
Recurring

Los Rostros Ocultos/ Hidden Faces: Exhibit by Angelica Contreras

Latino Arts, Inc. 1028 South 9th Street, Milwaukee, WI

Contreras' work explores the relationships between tradition, identity and pop culture, incorporating techniques like acrylic, oil and collage into her pieces. Growing up in the United States and Mexico, provided her a rich palette of imagery, as well as that from other cultures. As in most of her work, there is an element of nostalgia

$1
Recurring

Los Rostros Ocultos/ Hidden Faces: Exhibit by Angelica Contreras

Latino Arts, Inc. 1028 South 9th Street, Milwaukee, WI

Contreras' work explores the relationships between tradition, identity and pop culture, incorporating techniques like acrylic, oil and collage into her pieces. Growing up in the United States and Mexico, provided her a rich palette of imagery, as well as that from other cultures. As in most of her work, there is an element of nostalgia

$1
Recurring

Global Read Webinar Series 2021

Once a month, the World Area Book Awards (Américas Award, Africana Book Award, Freeman Book Award, Middle East Book Award, and the South Asia Book Award) sponsor a 60 minute webinar on a book recognized by one of the awards. Each webinar features a presentation by an award-winning author with discussion on how to incorporate

Free
Recurring

Los Rostros Ocultos/ Hidden Faces: Exhibit by Angelica Contreras

Latino Arts, Inc. 1028 South 9th Street, Milwaukee, WI

Contreras' work explores the relationships between tradition, identity and pop culture, incorporating techniques like acrylic, oil and collage into her pieces. Growing up in the United States and Mexico, provided her a rich palette of imagery, as well as that from other cultures. As in most of her work, there is an element of nostalgia

$1
Recurring

Los Rostros Ocultos/ Hidden Faces: Exhibit by Angelica Contreras

Latino Arts, Inc. 1028 South 9th Street, Milwaukee, WI

Contreras' work explores the relationships between tradition, identity and pop culture, incorporating techniques like acrylic, oil and collage into her pieces. Growing up in the United States and Mexico, provided her a rich palette of imagery, as well as that from other cultures. As in most of her work, there is an element of nostalgia

$1

Pinto con Tinto: Carnival Masks & Boas Vibrações

Latino Arts, Inc. 1028 South 9th Street, Milwaukee, WI

Carnival in Rio is all about the Boas Vibrações, which means Good Vibes in Portuguese. Join Latino Arts on Fat Tuesday to unleash your inner artist and learn more about the cultural history behind the Carnival masks and the colorful Brazilian Celebration! This in-person evening of tinto sipping and hands-on painting activity will fill you

$30
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Los Rostros Ocultos/ Hidden Faces: Exhibit by Angelica Contreras

Latino Arts, Inc. 1028 South 9th Street, Milwaukee, WI

Contreras' work explores the relationships between tradition, identity and pop culture, incorporating techniques like acrylic, oil and collage into her pieces. Growing up in the United States and Mexico, provided her a rich palette of imagery, as well as that from other cultures. As in most of her work, there is an element of nostalgia

$1
Recurring

Global Read Webinar Series 2021

Once a month, the World Area Book Awards (Américas Award, Africana Book Award, Freeman Book Award, Middle East Book Award, and the South Asia Book Award) sponsor a 60 minute webinar on a book recognized by one of the awards. Each webinar features a presentation by an award-winning author with discussion on how to incorporate

Free
Recurring

Global Read Webinar Series 2021

Once a month, the World Area Book Awards (Américas Award, Africana Book Award, Freeman Book Award, Middle East Book Award, and the South Asia Book Award) sponsor a 60 minute webinar on a book recognized by one of the awards. Each webinar features a presentation by an award-winning author with discussion on how to incorporate

Free

Tertulia “Atributos de una niña Hispana” (Libro infantil)

Platicaremos del potencial de nuestras niñas y los desafíos desde una perspectiva docente. Además, sobre la importancia de la formación de la identidad de las niñas hispanas.  ¿Cómo acceder? Ingresa a nuestra página de Facebook en la fecha y horario indicado para este evento! Será una transmisión en tiempo real vía Facebook Live. ❗#RIFA de

Free

2021 PALM Graduation Gala

The 2021 PALM Graduation Gala is taking place in the form of a virtual program to be streamed online via the Roberto Hernández Center's FB and YouTube pages. We will share the program link at 5:15 PM on Friday April 30th. At the time of the event, feel free to post congratulatory messages in the

Free
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Global Read Webinar Series 2021

Once a month, the World Area Book Awards (Américas Award, Africana Book Award, Freeman Book Award, Middle East Book Award, and the South Asia Book Award) sponsor a 60 minute webinar on a book recognized by one of the awards. Each webinar features a presentation by an award-winning author with discussion on how to incorporate

Free

Pinto con Tinto: Talavera Bird Houses

Latino Arts, Inc. 1028 South 9th Street, Milwaukee, WI

Join us for an evening of painting, wine and tapas at our Pinto con Tinto: Talavera Bird Houses event!Unleash your creativity at this unique paint-and-sip event. Celebrate the start of Summer by painting your very own bird house to take home all while enjoying wine and tapas and learning about the Talavera technique of painting.Commonly

$25

The Big Idea VIII: Stronger Together – Opening Reception

Latino Arts, Inc. 1028 South 9th Street, Milwaukee, WI

The Big Idea: Our 8th installment of our Big Idea exhibition features the work of local students and artists from the UCC Adult Day Center and will focus on the big idea of how we are indeed "Stronger Together". This motto serves our community as we all persevere as a united front through the pandemic

Free

Mexican Fiesta Entertainment – Fri, 8/27

Henry W. Maier Festival Park 200 N Harbor Dr, Milwaukee, WI

Entertainment line-up:Friday, 8/27 | Saturday, 8/28 | Sunday, 8/29EL REY / ROSEN AUTOMOTIVE STAGE1:00PM Grupo Musical Klan 4142:00PM Ballet Folklórico DAOM3:00PM Mariachi Infantil Los Nietos de Sebastián Lupercio4:00PM La Dezz5:20PM Rosen Automotive Raffle5:30PM JR Aldaco and the Midwest Allstars6:45PM Browns Crew8:00PM Gego y Nony de Milwaukee9:15PM NORIEL10:30PM Cache MKEANTHEM BLUE CROSS BLUE SHIELD12:00PM Mahuatzi-Danza Group from Ciudad Juárez Chihuahua1:00PM Mariachi Nuestras Raíces de José A. González2:00PM Sonidos y

Mexican Fiesta Entertainment – Sat, 8/28

Henry W. Maier Festival Park 200 N Harbor Dr, Milwaukee, WI

Entertainment line-up:Friday, 8/27 | Saturday, 8/28 | Sunday, 8/29EL REY / ROSEN AUTOMOTIVE STAGE12:00PM ICD Company by Manuel Gaona1:00PM Mariachi México Vive2:00PM La Dezz3:15PM David Farias5:00PM Mi México Querido Sonidos y Movimientos de México, Ballet Clásico CIA, Mariachi México Vive, Orquesta Tlalipac & Danza Macuixochitil-Xipetotec | Special performance by: Natalia Ramos- Soprano | Cesar Delgado- Tenor |Carlos

Salsa Dancing Under the Stars

UWM Planetarium 1900 E Kenwood Blvd (UWM Physics Building), Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Put your dancing shoes on and join us for a night of dancing and stars. Enjoy a demonstration by Salsa Organica followed by salsa lessons from UWM dance instructor Krislyn World in the courtyard outside of the Physics building. When you need a break, pop into the planetarium for storytelling and stargazing shows at 6:10

Free

Community Presentation of UWM’s Latino Activism Oral History & Archives

Golda Meir Library, Conference Center, fourth floor 2311 E Hartford Ave, Milwaukee, Wisconsin

A presentation of the results of a two-year oral history project conducted by the Roberto Hernandez Center, faculty, staff, and the UWM Libraries. UWM Libraries Director Michael Doylen and Roberto Hernandez Center Director Alberto Maldonado will begin the event; Jesus Salas and Dr. Patricia T. Najera will offer historical remarks; UWM Librarian Heidi Anoszko will

Free