Get Ready for a Celebration of Latinx Art: State of Latinx Art Conference
Attention all art enthusiasts! Get ready for a vibrant and exciting celebration of Latinx art at the “State of Latinx Art Conference! This event promises to be a fun and upbeat gathering of artists, curators, and art lovers alike.
The conference hosted by ALMAAHH (Advocates of a Latino Museum of Cultural and Visual Arts & Archive Complex in Houston, Harris County), will be held on Saturday, April 15, 2023, at POST HTX. This will be a great opportunity to connect with the vibrant Latinx arts community and discover the latest trends, exhibitions, and projects happening in the world of art.
Join Maria C. Gaztambide, Ph.D. Executive Director and Chief Curator, Public Art of the UH System in conversation with Gilbert Vicario, Chief Curator of the Pérez Art Museum Miami, Maria Elena Ortiz, Curator at the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth, Susana Smith Bautista, Ph.D. arts leader, independent consultant, and art historian, and other remarkable leaders in Latinx art in the country. These accomplished professionals will share their knowledge, insights, and experiences about the current state of Latinx art, and offer valuable advice for aspiring artists and art lovers.
The best part? This event is completely free! All you have to do is register in advance to secure your spot. To register, simply visit the registration page and fill out the registration form. Hurry, as spaces are limited!
Don’t miss out on this opportunity to celebrate the rich and diverse world of Latinx art. Register now and get ready for a fun-filled and inspiring event!
- WHAT: State of Latinx Art Conference
- WHEN: Saturday, April 15, 2023, from 11 am to 2 pm
- WHERE: POST HTX, 401 Franklin St., Houston, TX 77201
- MORE INFO & Tickets: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/state-of-latinx-art-conference-tickets-520635373417
- This event is free! Registration is required.
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