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Sounds of Cultura


  Sounds of Cultura (SOC) : Son Jarocho Collective

We'll talk about a collective of inter-generational students that are learning the tradition of Son Jarocho. Son Jarocho is a traditional musical style of Veracruz, a Mexican state along the Gulf of Mexico. Members Dr. Michelle Tellez and Quetzalli Enrique talk about the collective.


  Sounds of Cultura (SOC): Francesca's Art Gallery

Francesca's Art Gallery is a new gallery in Phoenix that will feature local artists from throughout Arizona. Mario E. Diaz, President of Mario E. Diaz & Associates, talks about the gallery he recently opened.


  Sounds of Cultura (SOC): Hidden Histories in Latin American Art

“Hidden Histories in Latin American Art” exhibition features Latino and Latin American artists who investigate stories or histories marginalized by the media, historical events and present circumstances. Dr. Vanessa Davidson, Shawn and Joe Lampe Curator of Latin American Art for the Phoenix Art Museum, talks about the exhibition.


  Sounds of Cultura (SOC): American Sabor: Latinos in U.S. Popular Music

The Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Service (SITES) brings "American Sabor: Latinos in U.S. Popular Music" to the Arizona Latino Arts and Cultural Center (ALAC) in Phoenix for the final leg of the exhibit's 12-city nationwide tour. Francisco X. Gutierrez, ALAC board chair and Elizabeth Toledo, ALAC education director talk about the exhibition.


  Sounds of Cultura (SOC): Nosotr@s Somos

Entre Nosotr@s is holding an art exhibition "Nosotr@s Somos" showcasing Latina, Chicana, Indigenous and Latin-American artists. Vanessa Nielsen de Molina, an Entre Nosotr@s member, and artist Carolina Mesquita talk about the exhibition.


  Sounds of Cultura (SOC): Mariachi Opera

Arizona Opera brings the world's first mariachi opera to the stage. Cruzar la Cara de la Luna blends the artistry and passion of mariachi with the story of a Mexican immigrant family. Arizona Opera General Director Ryan Taylor and James Garcia, community liaison for the Arizona Opera discuss the upcoming performances.


  Sounds of Cultura (SOC): Hecho a Mano

Hecho a Mano, presents works of Mexican traditional artists, as well as contemporary local artists. CALACA Director Marco Albarran and artist Gennaro Garcia discuss the exhibition.


  Sounds of Cultura (SOC): Antonio Berni: Juanito and Ramona

Dr. Vanessa Davidson, curator of Latin American Art for the Phoenix Art Museum, talks about Antonio Berni: Juanito and Ramona, an exhibit featuring work by artist Antonio Berni. The exhibit is the first retrospective of Berni and was organized by the Museum of Fine Arts Houston in collaboration with the Malba-Fundación Costantini in Buenos Aires.


  Sounds of Cultura (SOC): Fiesta Mexicana Dance Company

Fiesta Mexicana Dance Company has been in the Valley for almost 20 years. The company is the official dance group for the City of Phoenix. We'll give you an inside look at what it's like to be part of the company.


  Sounds of Cultura (SOC): Rhythm and History Contemporary Cuban Art from the Collection

In 1998, the ASU Art Museum presented the first exhibition of contemporary art from Cuba organized by a U.S. museum, Contemporary Art from Cuba: Irony and Survival on the Utopian Island . Former ASU Art Museum Director Marilyn Zeitlin discusses Rhythm and History, the first reconsideration of the museum’s Cuban holdings in a decade, featuring new acquisitions in dialogue with highlights from the original show.


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