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Thu 4/29
Nuestras Historias: Latin@s in the Arts

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To help kick off the National Association of Latino Arts and Cultures’ Regional Arts Training Workshop (which encompasses two days of panels, State of the Latino Arts Roundtable Workshops by discipline and a reception/open mic at Lone Star Studios), NALAC and the San Antonio Public Library host a free, PechaKucha-inspired evening with short presentations by Antonia Castañeda (historian), Isabel Ann Castro (St. Sucia zine), Anel Flores (literary artist), Joey Lopez (Convergent Media Collective), Daniela Riojas (interdisciplinary artist), Alex Rubio (visual artist), Agustina Woodgate (multimedia artist) and Tomás Ybarra-Frausto (scholar). To register, visit eventbrite.comFree, 6:30-8:30pm Thu, Central Library, Future Latino Studies Collection Space, 600 Soledad St., (210) 207-2500, nalac.org.  
— Bryan Rindfuss 

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