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SA2020 Panel to Discuss Diversity in Local Arts

SA2020 Panel to Discuss Diversity in Local Arts

SA2020, Contemporary Art Month (CAM), the Guadalupe Cultural Arts Center (CAM) and the city’s Office of Diversity and Inclusion are presenting a panel discussion on March 29 to discuss diversity and inclusion in the arts. The SA2020 announcement says, “With our fantastic panelists and an audience Q&A, we hope to open a dialogue about inclusion

A conversation with poet Richard Blanco

“We forget that to be an intelligent, thriving human being means to pull from all sources of information, knowledge, and understanding.” Richard Blanco received our democratic society’s version of literary knighthood in 2013 when President Barack Obama chose him as the nation’s fifth inaugural poet. He is the first Latino, the first openly gay man,

Jose Torres-Tama’s One Man Sci Fi Latino Noir Show

Come one, come all to Jose Torres-Tama’s Aliens, Immigrants, and Other Evildoers! The Guadalupe Cultural Arts Center is currently hosting performance artist Jose Torres-Tama as its artist in residence. His upcoming show, Aliens, Immigrants, and Other Evildoers, has been labeled sci-fi Latino noir for its satirization of illegal immigrants as aliens from another planet. The