Latino Americans: 500 Years of History and Culture Latin American and Spanish Film Festival

April 22, 2016

"Latino Americans: 50 Years of History and Culture" is an eight-month series of public events, which aims to give a Fox Cities audience, particularly its Hispanic/Latino population, an opportunity to examine, discuss, and celebrate the historical and cultural impact of Latino Americans. The community will explore this subject through planned activities, including a concert of Hispanic/Latino music, two art exhibits, a Hispanic/Latino film festival, several speakers, interactive documentary screenings, and children's art and literature programming. Lawrence will leverage its own wealth of humanities experts and bring in both a nationally known Latin American scholar and art curator, a Latino artist/illustrator, and an international film director, to interact with public audiences.

Funded project of the Wisconsin Humanities Council.  The Wisconsin Humanities Council is a state affiliate of the National Endowment for the Humanities.

For more information regarding this event:

Time: 8:30 pm

Contact: Rosa Tapia Phone: (920) 832-6682
Warch Campus Center, Lawrence University
711 E Boldt Way
Appleton, WI 54911
United States
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