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Popular Seasonal Market Zonarte Returns to Centro Cultural Aztlán This Weekend

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COURTESY OF CENTRO CULTURAL AZTLÁN
  • Courtesy of Centro Cultural Aztlán
Formed three decades ago with a mission “to support and strengthen Chicano/Latino culture and identity,” Centro Cultural Aztlán is many things at once — an early champion of Día de los Muertos celebrations, steadfast supporter of emerging artists, an anchor of the Deco District and a community hub for everything from the annual Mole Throwdown to themed exhibitions and the seasonal favorite Zonarte.

The first of many artisan-focused markets on the horizon, the weekend affair tempts shoppers and browsers with unique prints, textiles, paintings, sculptures, jewelry, folk art and other one-of-a-kind offerings from nearly 30 artists and artisans, including Yolanda Priego, Fernando Lorenzo, Carol A. Perez, Angelica Gomez Mayorga, Esther Guajardo, Nuevo Huevo, Isabel Apac, Raul Servin, Rosario Hernandez, Pulquerios, “y muchos, muchos más!”

Free, 6-9pm Fri Nov. 16, 10am-6pm Sat Nov. 17-Sun Nov. 18, Centro Cultural Aztlán, 1800 Fredericksburg Road, (210) 432-1896, centroaztlan.org.

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