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Music, Dance, Theater, Visual Arts and More Set for Latin American Cultural Week 2013, Now thru 11/24

November 15
12:30 AM 2013

Pan American Musical Art Research (PAMAR), founded and directed by Polly Ferman (and this year celebrating its 30th Anniversary!) has announced the 8th annual Latin American Cultural Week, a sumptuous list of events showing the rich culture of Latin America, with music, dance and theater performances, films, visual arts, and auctions, today, November 15-24 all around town, including Weill Recital Hall at Carnegie Hall and the Apollo Theater in NYC, the Brooklyn Museum, and the Queens Theater, with a couple of trips to the Ritz Theater in Elizabeth NJ and Symphony Hall in Newark NJ.

As it looks to its 30th Anniversary next year, PAMAR continues to expand LACW with an increased number of exciting events on the schedule, a celebration of tango music and dance, and many events in the Washington Heights section of NYC. PAMAR is also appreciative of the donation of performance space by the Clemente Soto Velez Cultural Center and Teatro La Tea, both located in downtown Manhattan.

For LACW 2013, PAMAR is proud to partner with The Nature Conservancy. We need clean water, healthy land and fresh air for our communities and culture to thrive, and The Nature Conservancy is helping to protect water for millions of people here in the U.S. and in Latin America. For more information about TNC contact www.nature.org.

A few of the highlights of this year's LACW are:

OPENING EVENT:
November 15, 10 PM to 1 AM at the elegant new Malbec and Tango House, 428 Lafayette St
The Opening LACW Party featuring the Argentinian House South Brothers, making their U.S. debut. Deejay Magazine named the duo the "Best DJ Revelation" in 2010.

November 15 at 6 PM at the Fashion Institute of Technology, 227 West 27 Street
Dressing the Screen, two celebrated costume designers talk about their careers in films: Paco Delgado, collaborator with Pedro Almodovar and Oscar nominee for Les Miserables, and Deborah Landis, also an Oscar nominee, who worked on Michael Jackson's Thriller. In collaboration with the Consulate General of Spain in New York.

November 16, 4 to 10 PM at Le Poisson Rouge, 158 Bleecker Street
Encuentro NYC Colombian Music Festival, Pablo and Anna Mayor's annual Colombian music festival, celebrating the best in traditional and modern Colombian music.

November 18 at 8 PM, Malbec and Tango House, 428 Lafayette St
GlamourTango, the stunning all-female music/dance show that pays homage to those women who quietly wrote the pages of Tango from the very beginning. Presentation also features rarely seen early tango films.

November 23 at 7:30 PM at the Apollo Theater, 253 West 125th Street
Ballet Hispanico, the nation's leading Latino Dance Company, in the premiere of an all-male dance that turns a playful eye on stereotypes, along with a work inspired by the beloved Mexican celebration Dia de los Muertos.

November 24 at 7:30 PM at Littlefield, 622 Degraw Street in Brooklyn
The choral ensemble KHORIKOS in a performance of "Cantos de Vida Nueva" by Chilean composer Javier Farias. The performance will feature video projections by New Yo0rk artist Sheri Wills and live dancing.


FULL SCHEDULE:

MUSIC

November 1 - 3, 12pm

DAY OF THE DEAD/DIA DE MUERTOS

Day of the Dead has been one of Mexico's most important festivals since pre-Hispanic times. It is a time for families to gather and welcome the souls of dead ancestors on their annual visit home.

St. Mark's Church in-the-Bowery - 131 East 10th Street, Manhattan - Free Admission

www.manoamano.us

November 6 - Sets at 9:30pm and 11pm

PEDRO GIRAUDO SEXTET

Pedro Giraudo, acclaimed Argentine-born composer and bandleader has arranged his compositions for six top instrumentalists. The resultant performance and sound is as dynamic and exciting as his award-winning Pedro Giraudo Jazz Orchestra.

Terraza 7 - 40-19 Gleane Street, Elmhurst, NY - Admission $5, 718-803-9602

www.pedrogiraudo.com

November 11, 8pm

NORTH SOUTH CHAMBER ORCHESTRA

The Grammy nominated North/South Chamber Orchestra under the direction of Max Lifchitz, a native of Mexico City, premieres the Concierto Cubanero by Cuban guitarist Jose Lezcano with the composer featured as soloist. Premieres by Hayg Boyadjian, Roger Wesby and Max Lifchitz round off the program

Christ and St Stephen's Church - 120 West 69th St, (btwn Broadway and Columbus), Manhattan - Free Admission

www.northsouthmusic.org

PAMAR PRESENTS:

November 15, LACW Opening Event- 10pm - 1am

OPENING PARTY FOR THE 2013 LATIN AMERICAN CULTURAL WEEK IN NYC

HOUSE SOUTH BROTHER's INAUGURAL US SHOW

Straight from Ibiza to New York City. The duo named BEST DJ REVELATION (Deejay Magazine 2010) will be opening the 8th Latin American Cultural Week with their groovy uplifting mixes.

PAMAR's 8th Latin American Cultural Week brings pan-Latin-American talent to the forefront of the city with its weeklong celebration of music, dance, theater, art, and literature. Come experience the HOUSE SOUTH BROTHER's first US performance which kicks off the week

Malbec & Tango House, 428 Lafayette Street, Manhattan - Admission $10 cash at the door, minimum two drinks per person

www.housesouthbrothers.com www.malbechouse.com www.yangohouse.net

November 15, 8pm

REGIONAL DE NY: BRAZILIAN CHORO AT BARBES

The Regional de NY brings the sounds of Brazilian Choro, the instrumental predecessor to Samba, to Park Slope's Barbes!

Barbes - 376 9th Street, Brooklyn - Admission $10

http://choronyc.com

November 15, 8pm

TANGO LOVERS (ENAMORADOS DEL TANGO)

Tango has never been so exciting, dynamic and sensual. Tango Lovers (Enamorados del Tango) from Rio de la Plata will leave you breathless.

Symphony Hall - 1020 Broad Street, Newark, NJ - Admission from $29 - $125

www.tangolovers.com

November 16, 8pm

FRANCISCO ROLDAN - GUITAR VIAJES THROUGH LATIN AMERICA

Guitarist Francisco Roldan takes us through a journey of Latin America, from Cuba to Paraguay, Argentina to Puerto Rico, with all of the richness and beauty that is in our countries' music.

Clemente Soto Velez - 107 Suffolk Street, Manhattan - Admission $15

www.franciscoroldan.com, www.cvscenter.org

November 16, 6:30pm

WHIN MUSIC PROJECT - EL SISTEMA UPTOWN

Come to celebrate the successful first year of the Washington Heights and Inwood (WHIN) Music Project, an El Sistema-inspired music program for children and youth in New York City. Founded and directed by David Gracia, WHIN Music Project monumentally commemorates one year of shaping melodies, harmonizing lives and orchestrating dreams.

Our Saviour's Atonement Lutheran Church - 178 Bennett Avenue, Manhattan - Suggested donation $10

www.osany.org, www.whinmusicproject.org

November 16, 8pm

DEL PLATA "THE LATIN JAZZ REVOLUTION"

Album release concert of "Del Plata" and presentation by Uruguayan artist Jordy Sax.

Ritz Theater, 1148 E Jersey St, Elizabeth, NJ (908) 351-7575 - Admission $30, $40, VIP $50

www.ritztheatre.net, www.jordysax.com

November 16, 4pm-10pm

ENCUENTRO NYC COLOMBIAN MUSIC FESTIVAL

Pablo and Anna Mayor's annual Colombian music festival, celebrating the best in traditional and modern Colombian music on one stage.

Le Poisson Rouge, 158 Bleecker Street, Manhattan - Admission $30 general, $25 students, $15 youth

www.encuentronyc.com

November 16, 8pm

November 17, 3pm

THE HARLEM HELLFIGHTERS ON A LATIN BEAT featuring DANNY RIVERA

Pregones Theater's acclaimed jazz-rag-danza concert commemorating the Puerto Rican players who helped the 369th United States Infantry make music history.

Puerto Rican Traveling Theatre - 304 West 47th Street, Manhattan - Admission $40 Advance, $60 Door

www.pregones.org, http://www.prtt.org

November 17, 1:30 - 2:30pm

ROJO TANGO

Polly Ferman- Piano, Yael Acher "Kat" Modiano- Flute & electronics

Ms. Ferman and Ms. Acher-Modiano are both internationally award winning and renowned musicians.

Their collaboration results in a unique performance that includes Traditional and Contemporary Tango, as well as Electro-acoustic music with screenings of Black & White Latin motion pictures

YM-YWHA of Washington Heights Inwood - 54 Nagle Avenue, Manhattan - Free Admission

www.modianomusic.net, www.pollyferman.net, www.ywashhts.org

November 17, 6:30pm

CARLOS GOMES HOMAGE, THE HYMN IL SALUTO DEL BRASILE

Carlos Gomes Homage, Guarany Native Culture, presenting the hymn Il Saluto del Brasile, presented by Andrew Costello and Pamela Lloyd.

Columbia University - 612 West 116th Street, Manhattan - Free Admission

www.brazilianendowmentny.org

November 17, 6pm

TANGO FADO PROJECT

Daniel Binelli - bandoneón - Pedro Henriques da Silva -

This sensational fusion of the bandoneón and Portuguese guitar brings together the two instruments that are the soul and heart of Argentinean Tango and Portuguese Fado. Tango Fado is a unique opportunity to hear a program showcasing the profound sensuality of the bandoneón intertwined with the Portuguese guitar's ethereal and magical sounds.

Cornelia Street Café - 29 Cornelia Street, Manhattan - Admission $15

www.danielbinelli.com, www.pedrodasilva.com

November 17th, 8pm

BRAZILIAN CHORO: THE REGIONAL DE NY AT TEATRO LA TEA

The Regional de NY performs their arrangements of Brazil's oldest popular music with deep groove and a love for improvisation.

Teatro La Tea - 107 Suffolk Street- Manhattan - Admission $10

www.choronyc.com - www.teatrolatea.com

November 18, 8pm

GLAMOURTANGO (Tango in Feminine Form)

Marks a multimedia show of music and dance, theatrical set and lighting, created as a tribute to those women who quietly wrote the pages of Tango from the very beginning. This is a unique approach within the Tango style, since all performing artists on this show are female.

Malbec Tango House, 428 Lafayette Street. Astor Place, Manhattan - Admission $40, 646-7010010 www.glamourtango.com, www.malbechouse.com

November 20, 7:30pm to 9pm

MARACATU PRESENTATION AND MARACATU DE BAQUE VIRADO

1- Maracatu presentation, instruments and performance - musicologist Vivian Warfield

2- Presentation of the book Maracatu de Baque Virado, by Scott Kettner and Professor Michele Nascimento Kettner, CUNY

Columbia University - 612 West 116th street, Manhattan - Free Admission

www.brazilianendowmentny.org

November 21, 7pm

HISTORY OF TANGO

Quintet of the Americas, the woodwind quintet champions of music from Latin America, are joined by world-renowned bandoneónist Daniel Binelli and tango master pianist Polly Ferman for a program of music that spans the history of tango from the habanera to Piazzolla and the modern tango.

Our Saviour's Atonement Lutheran Church - 178 Bennett Avenue, Manhattan - Free Admission

www.quintet.org, www.binelli-ferman.com

November 21,8pm

GUSTAVO MORETTO SEPTET

Tango, Jazz, Classical Music: Gustavo Moretto's Doctorate in classical composition from Columbia University and his love of jazz, brings tango, jazz and classical music with his new septet into a rich and very unusual mix, powerful and fun at the same time.

Teatro la tea FALTA DIRECCION - Admission $10

November 21, 8:15pm

MARIANO GIL QUINTET

Argentinian flute and saxophone player brings his quintet to ShapeShifter Lab. Will be playing his original compositions influenced by South American rhythms and jazz, and some traditional songs with a fresh interpretation.

ShapeShifter Lab - 18 Whitwell Place Brooklyn, 1-646-820-9452 - Admission $10,

www.shapeshifterlab.com www.marianogil.net

November 22, 8pm

THE 6TH ANNUAL LATIN AMERICAN PIANO AND SONG FESTIVAL OF NY

A Piano Recital presented by Cesar Reyes, celebrating the anniversaries of Lecuona, Lavista and Diez-Nieto.

Greenwich House Music School - 46 Barrow Street, Manhattan - Admission $20, Students $10

www.latinopiano.blogspot.com

November 23, 6pm

CANDOMBE RHYTMS WORKSHOP

Candombe is an Afro Uruguayan music style that developed during the colonial era with the arrival of slaves into Uruguay. The dance is for women and men portraying characters in a particular dance style. This workshop will teach the touch of the Drums and Dance of Candombe with instruction by percussionist Daniel Tatita Marquez and dancer Eugenia Silveira.

Clemente Soto Velez Cultural Center, 107 Suffolk Street Manhattan - Admission $30

tatitamusic.wix.com/tatitamarquez

November 23, 6:30pm

TROPICAL LATIN MULTIMEDIA ART, MUSIC, DANCE AND FASHION INTERVENTION

Saphira Studio & IAC (Internacional Arts Coalition) presents a multimedia event featuring Latin American artists and music including Indiginous art from different ethic groups from the Amazon, painters, sculptors, photographers, movie makers, fashion and salsa performances, live music with Edilza Aires and more. Curators: Alcinda Saphira and Antonio Oliveira / Production & Marketing: Gustavo Braga, Liz Carvalho, and Fernanda Pereira.

Green Gallery 4W 43rd Street, Manhattan - Free Admission

www.saphirastudio.com

November 24, 4pm and 7pm

MORDISCOSÓNICO (SOUNDBITE) II

A creative journey through projections/music by Mariano Gil (from Argentina) + friends with a performance by The Pancho Molina + Elias Meister Group (from Chile and Germany) presented Den Entertainment.

7 Dunham 7 Dunham Place, Brooklyn - Admission $10 www.soundbite.splashthat.com

www.7dunham.com www.marianogil.net

November 24, 7:30pm

Official Brooklyn Closing event CANTOS DE VIDA NUEVA

Cantos de Vida Nueva features music by Chilean composer Javier Farias performed by the choral ensemble, KHORIKOS. The performance will feature video projections by New York artist, Sheri Wills and live dancing at Littlefield Performance+Art Space in Brooklyn

Littlefield - 622 Degraw Street, Brooklyn - Admission $10

www.littlefieldnyc.com www.khorikos.com

November 27, 8pm

AMAZONAS 2013, Nilko Andreas AND ANGELICA DE LA RIVA SOLOISTS

The Azlo Orchestra with Nilko Andreas and Angelica de la Riva Soloists, Vince Lee conducting works by Verdi, Moya, Calderoni Guitar Concerto and Juan Pablo Carreno's New Piece written for Nilko Andreas.

Weill Recital Hall at Carnegie Hall - 57th and 7th Avenue, Manhattan - Admission $25

www.nilkoandreas.com


DANCE

November 15, 6:30pm - 9:30pm

November 16, 3pm - 7pm

November 17, 4:30pm - 7:30pm

ARGENTINE TANGO SEMINAR WITH MASTERS GABRIEL MISSE & ANALIA CENTURION

A Tango Seminar designed to improve technique, develop sequences and build Argentine tango culture and musical appreciation taught by Masters Misse & Centurion.

Dardo Galleto Studios - 151 West 46th Street, 11th Floor, Manhattan - Admission $75 - $500

www.dardogallettostudios.com

November 15, 8pm

November 16, 8pm

HEARTBEAT OF LATIN AMERICA/AL RITMO DEL CORAZON LATINO

The new collaboration between Mestizo Dance Company and Harold Gutierrez and his band pays homage to the music and dance of 22 Latin American nations! From November 15 to December 15; Fridays and Saturdays 8pm, Sundays 4pm.

Thalia Spanish Theatre - 41-17 Greenpoint Avenue, Long Island City, NY - Admission $30 Fridays, $35 regular, $32 students and senior citizens - for reservations: (718) 729-3880

http://www.thaliatheatre.org/pages/home.cfm

November 16, 9pm

"ARTE TANGO SHOW STARRING GABRIEL MISSE & ANALIA CENTURION AND NEW GENERATION Dance Company" DIRECTED BY: D GALLETTO

Encounter the poetic expression of Argentine Tango at La Tangueria's Arte Tango showcase.

Dardo Galleto Studios - 151 West 46th Street, 11th Floor, Manhattan - Admission $25 in adv / $30 at the door

www.dardogallettostudios.com

November 15, 3pm

November 18, 8pm

November 23, 3pm

STRICTLY TANGO NYC

$10 INTRO CLASS - A 45-minute class introducing students to all the basic fundamentals of tango. A great way to have fun with tango for those who have never danced it before.

Strictly Tango NYC - 500 8th Avenue 12th Floor, Manhattan - Admission $10, 917-373-7446

http://www.learnargentinetango.com/programs-rates/programs/introductory-lesson/5-tango-trial/

www.learnargentinetango.com

November 21, 7:15pm

WINE AND TANGO TASTING

Experience the playfulness, sensuality, and elegance of Argentine Tango with New York City's only school dedicated solely to Argentine Tango, Strictly Tango NYC, at its first Wine & Tango Tasting. This truly one-of-a-kind evening is perfect for couples seeking to spice things up, try something new, or to just have fun together!

Strictly Tango NYC - 500 8th Ave 12th Floor, Manhattan - Admission $35, 917-373-7446 http://www.learnargentinetango.com/events/events-2/wine-tango-aphrodisiac-for-the-soul/, www.learnargentinetango.com

November 23, 7:30pm

THE 8TH ANNUAL LATIN AMERICAN CULTURAL WEEK CLOSING EVENT

Ballet Hispanico, the nation's leading Latino Dance Company, returns to the Apollo stage after last season's sold-out event. Following last year's success, The New York Times wrote: "It feels like a tradition in the making. Premieres and an enthusiastic audience combine with the Theater's historic vibrations for a sense of special occasion." Highlights for this season include a seductive performance inspired by the beloved Mexican celebration Dia de los Muertos and the premiere of an all-male dance that turns a playful eye on stereotypes. Apollo Theater -- 253 West 125th Street, Harlem - Apollo Advantage Price: $40, $33, $26, $19. Buy tickets in person or by phone at the Apollo Theater Manhattan Box Office: 212.531.5305. Single event sales at full price: $58, $48, $38, $28

www.apollotheater.org

November 23, 7:30pm

DANCES AND MUSIC FROM PERU

Estampas Folkloricas Peru presents an amazing and unforgettable concert with beautiful traditional dances showing the variety of music and typical costumes from different regions of Peru.

Queens Theatre, 14 United Nations Avenue, South Flushing Meadows Corona Park, Queens -

General Admission: $35 Children under 12 years old: $25

http://queenstheatre.org/buy-tickets, http://queenstheatre.org/


FILM

November 18th, 7:40pm

"INTER-ETHNIC VISIONS: TO BE EQUALLY DIFFERENT," DOCUMENTARY BY THE CINEAST GLORIA ALBUES

Film Screening with Bororo Native People of Mato Grosso, Brazil.

Columbia University - 612 West 116th street, Manhattan - Free Admission

www.brazilianendowmentny.org

November 18, 5:10pm

XYLOGRAPHY AND DOCUMENTARY PHOTOGRAPHIES FROM CORDEL LITERATURE AND ITS ARTISTS.

Xylography and photography from Cordel Literature and its Artists, is an exhibition on Brazilian Popular Art presented by Liza Renia Papi.

Columbia University - 612 West 116th street, Manhattan - Free Admission

www.brazilianendowmentny.org

November 20, 5:30pm

"FREVO" DOCUMENTARY AND PRESENTATION

1. Caravana da Saúde, documentary about Frevo dance characteristic of Pernambuco, Brazil, presented by Liza Papi.

2. "Frevo" dance by MariAngela Valença, Recife, PE

Columbia University - 612 West 116th street, Manhattan - Free Admission

www.brazilianendowmentny.org


THEATER

November 6 -November 23.

Wednesdays - Friday nights at 8pm and Saturdays at 2PM

ASHÉ," A NEW PLAY BY RICARDO PÉREZ-GONZÁLEZ, DIRECTED BY DAVID MENDIZÁBAL

A full length play in English and Spanish, Ashé weaves a magical love story between brothers connected in ways mystical yet oddly familiar.

St. Jude Cultural Center 433 W 204th St, Manhattan - Admission $18; $12 for students/seniors - 646.296.3181

www.uptheater.org/

November 16, 8pm

"CITA A CIEGAS" (BLIND DATE)

The destinies of three women and two men mysteriously collide in this popular, critically acclaimed play by Mario Diament.

Repertorio Español - 138 East 27th Street, Manhattan - Admission Starting at $27

www.repertorio.org

November 22, 8pm

EL AMOR EN LOS TIEMPOS DE CÓLERA (LOVE IN THE TIME OF CHOLERA)

A lyrical, imagistic play based on Gabriel García Márquez's Novel Prize Winning novel focused on an extraordinary, poetic love story.

Repertorio Español - 138 East 27th Street, Manhattan - Admission Starting at $27

www.repertorio.org

November 23, 8pm

LA NENA SE CASA (OUR LITTLE GIRL IS GETTING MARRIED)

A father will do anything to maintain his family's extravagant lifestyle in this cruel comedy by Carlos Ferrari.

Repertorio Español - 138 East 27th Street, Manhattan - Admission Starting at $27

www.repertorio.org

November 24, 6:30pm

BESAME MUCHO

An anthology of songs celebrating the musical contributions of Latin American composers performed by extraordinary singers with live music.

Repertorio Español - 138 East 27th Street, Manhattan - Admission Starting at $33

www.repertorio.org

FASHION

November 15, 6pm

DRESSING THE SCREEN: COSTUME DESIGN IN HOLLYWOOD

Two celebrated costume designers talk about their careers in film. Paco Delgado has collaborated with Pedro Almodovar and was nominated for an Academy Award for LES MISERABLES. Deborah Landis, also an Oscar nominee, worked on Michael Jackson's Thriller and curated the recent V&A exhibition, "Hollywood Costume." A signing of Landis's two most recent books will follow the presentation.

Organized in collaboration with the Consulate General of Spain in New York.

Museum at the Fashion Institute of Technology - 227 W 27th Street, Manhattan - Free Admission

www.spainculturenewyork.org


LITERATURE/CONFERENCES

November 15, 7pm

LAUNCH OF REVIEW 87: Mario Vargas Llosa'S LEGACY/CONTEMPORARY ANDEAN FICTION & ARTS

The launch features bilingual readings by a group of the most important contemporary narrative writers from Bolivia, Ecuador, and Peru-Liliana Colanzi, Rodrigo Hasbún, Esteban Mayorga, Giovanna Rivero and Carlos Yushimito-as well as comments by the Review 87 guest editors Eugenio Chang- Rodríguez, Raquel Chang-Rodríguez, and Edmundo Paz Soldán.

Americas Society - Americas Society, 680 Park Avenue, Manhattan - Admission: Free for Americas Society Members; $10.00 for non-members. 212-277-8353 - jnegroni@as-coa.org

http://www.as-coa.org/literature

November 16, 2013, 11:30 - 4pm

ROUNDTABLE DISCUSSION: BEHIND CLOSED DOORS

Roundtable Discussion: Behind Closed Doors: a bilingual, two-part program centered on the theme of collecting practices and fashion in the colonial Americas.

Brooklyn Museum 200 Eastern Parkway, Brooklyn - Tickets are $12, which includes Museum admission and a guided tour of the exhibition. A boxed lunch is available for $15

http://www.brooklynmuseum.org/

November 18th, 5:40pm

CORDEL LITERATURE IN BRAZIL

Cordel Literature in Brazil, Dr. Mark Curran, 45 years of research on Cordel in northeastern Brazil.

Columbia University 612 West 116th street, Manhattan - Free Admission

www.brazilianendowmentny.org

www.currancordelconnection.com

November 19th, 6:00pm to 7:00pm

RITUALS AND INTERDICIPLINARY REPRESENTATION/RITOS Y SU REPRESENTACIÓN INTERDISCIPLINARIA

1. Oral Tradition/Rituals in Brazil and Cuba: Dr. Yana Elsa Brugal

2. Oral Tradition /Theater, Dr. Elizabeth Ruf Maldonado

Columbia University - 612 West 116th street, Manhattan - Free Admission

www.brazilianendowmentny.org

November 19th 8:20pm

ANTONIO DAS MORTES, GLAUBER ROCHA

Recreation of the Brazilian Folklore, Antonio das Mortes, by Glauber Rocha, presentation by Professor Diana Menasché, CUNY. Questions open to the public.

Columbia University - 612 West 116th street, Manhattan - Free Admission

www.brazilianendowmentny.org

November 19, 7:30pm to 8:30pm

PANEL DIALOGUE-DISCUSSION FOCUSED ON CORDEL LITERATURE CONNECTION WITH POPULAR VISUAL ARTS, AMONG THE DIVERSE CULTURES OF AFRICA, FRANCE, SPAIN, THE CARIBBEAN BASIN, AND BRAZIL

Panel dialogue-discussion focused on Cordel Literature Connection with Popular Visual Arts. Columbia University - 612 West 116th street, Manhattan - Free Admission

www.brazilianendowmentny.org


VISUAL ARTS

October 10 - December 20

October 10, 5:30pm - 7:30pm, Opening Reception

FIESTA AMERICANA

Empire State College presents "Fiesta Americana" an art exhibition celebrating the diverse cultures of the New World. Raul Manzano, Curator.

Empire State College Livingston Gallery - 177 Livingston Street, 6th floor, Brooklyn - Free Admission

http://www.esc.edu

November 14, 7pm

TODAY'S WORLD. THE CROWD

Opening of exhibition by Spanish artist, Olga Andrino, a project "born out of love for the world and all who inhabit it, the concern to know the human being, his figure and to seek and investigate those common spaces in which we all eventually meet each other".(Until December 14)

For more information, please visit: newyork.cervantes.org

Instituto Cervantes 211 East 49th Street, Manhattan - Free Admission

www.olgaandrino.com

Monday November 18, 5:10pm

VISUAL ART: BRAZIL VIA MATO GROSSO EXHIBITION

Brazilian Popular Art: Brazil via Mato Grosso Exhibition with Professor Aline Figueiredo presenting artists from Mato Grosso , Brazil such as:

Humberto Espindola - Aisar J. Martinez, Havana, Cuba - Grace de Almeida

Columbia University 612 West 116th street, Manhattan - Free Admission

www.brazilianendowmentny.org

November 18, 6pm - 8pm

INTERACTIVE REBECCA ALVAREZ FLAVIA FIRST SOLO ART EXHIBIT JOURNEY FROM DR TO NYC AND RAFAEL M REYES ARTISTIC POETRY PRESENTATION.

Personal artwork of artist's 10 years journey in NYC as a Dominican, and social poetry including music presentation.

Centro Civico Ccultural Dominicano, Inc. 619 West 145th St Suite 201, Manhattan - Free Admission

November 19, 6:30pm

MORDISCOSÓNICO (SOUNDBITE)

Opening reception for "MordiscoSónico" (SoundBite), an exhibit by Argentinian artist/musician Mariano Gil. The show consists of a series of paintings of close-ups of animals, accompanied by projections of animations and sound. There will also be a music performance, as part of the event, on Sunday, November 24.

7 dunham - 7 Dunham Place Brooklyn - Free Admission

www.7dunham.tumblr.com www.marianogil.net

November 22, 6pm to 8pm (opening reception)

November 23, 1pm to 7pm (viewing hours)

November 24, 1pm to 7pm (viewing hours)

LOS PRIMOS: RUNS IN THE FAMILY

A gathering with artists Mendoza & Pons, two Venezuelan cousins sharing their intimate thoughts about space and texture. More than 30 pieces of art, including paintings, sculptures and functional art will be on display.

Galería Galou Itinerant - 130 West 30th Street, #16B, Manhattan - Free Admission

www.galeriagalou.com

www.miguelponsstudio.com

http://leonormendoza.com/

CHRISTIE'S

Latin American Paintings

AUCTION TIMES - Nov 19, 7pm - Nov 20, 10am

VIEWING TIMES - Nov 15 - 16, 5pm

Nov 17, 1pm - 5pm

Nov 18, 10am - 5pm

Nov 19, 10am - 12pm

Rockefeller Center - 1230 Avenue of the Americas, Manhattan

www.christies.com

PINTA ART FAIR

November 14th: 6pm to 9pm: By invitation only

November 15th: 12pm to 8pm

November 16th: 12:00pm - 8:00pm

November 17th: 12:00pm - 7:00pm

PINTA

Pinta will be an exclusive fair with North American, Latin American, and European participants selected from 50 art galleries showcasing quality work.

82 MERCER, Manhattan - General Admission $25.00, Student $10.00, Groups (8+) reduced price $15.00

www.pintaart.com

PAMAR, founded in 1984 by Polly Ferman, is a non-profit organization seeking to promote better knowledge, understanding and coexistence between the various cultures and countries of the Americas, primarily through an ongoing and lively exchange of their artistic fields. Throughout its history, PAMAR has served as a comprehensive and inclusive art service, showcasing the rich culture of Latin America.

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