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Centro Cultural Aztlan presents "Celebración a la Virgen de Guadalupe" opening reception

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Centro Cultural Aztlan will present the 28th Annual "Celebración a la Virgen de Guadalupe" exhibit, where visitors can explore the significance of the Latin-American cultural icon, La Virgen de Guadalupe, through original works of art in acrylic, oil, watercolor, mixed media, sculpture, and more.

Participating artists include Richard Arredondo, Zet Baer, Santa Barraza, Celeste DeLuna, Monica Estrada-Saldaña, Oscar A. Galván, Antonio Garcia, Hector Garza, Noe Garza, Cristal Gonzalez, Dolores Gonzales Jarvis, Miguel Gonzales, Frank W. Harris, Irma A. Hernandez, Armando Martinez, Tirzo O. Martinez, Angelica Mayorga, Lucrecia “Gigi” Morales, JD Morera, Alexandra Nelipa, Adriana Netro, Angelina Pliego, Israel Rico, Alfredo L. Rodriguez, Alison Schockner, Raul Servin, Victor Tello, Sonia Villarreal, Eduardo C. Ybarra, and Alicia Zavala Galván.

In addition to the exhibition opening, visitors can shop at an art market featuring local vendors where they can purchase unique artwork, crafts, and artesanía inspired by La Virgen de Guadalupe and other holiday themes. There will also be live music by Juan Cabrera, Armando Martinez, and Liza Ybarra.

The exhibition will be on view December 12-14 and January 2-18.

Centro Cultural Aztlan will present the 28th Annual "Celebración a la Virgen de Guadalupe" exhibit, where visitors can explore the significance of the Latin-American cultural icon, La Virgen de Guadalupe, through original works of art in acrylic, oil, watercolor, mixed media, sculpture, and more.

Participating artists include Richard Arredondo, Zet Baer, Santa Barraza, Celeste DeLuna, Monica Estrada-Saldaña, Oscar A. Galván, Antonio Garcia, Hector Garza, Noe Garza, Cristal Gonzalez, Dolores Gonzales Jarvis, Miguel Gonzales, Frank W. Harris, Irma A. Hernandez, Armando Martinez, Tirzo O. Martinez, Angelica Mayorga, Lucrecia “Gigi” Morales, JD Morera, Alexandra Nelipa, Adriana Netro, Angelina Pliego, Israel Rico, Alfredo L. Rodriguez, Alison Schockner, Raul Servin, Victor Tello, Sonia Villarreal, Eduardo C. Ybarra, and Alicia Zavala Galván.

In addition to the exhibition opening, visitors can shop at an art market featuring local vendors where they can purchase unique artwork, crafts, and artesanía inspired by La Virgen de Guadalupe and other holiday themes. There will also be live music by Juan Cabrera, Armando Martinez, and Liza Ybarra.

The exhibition will be on view December 12-14 and January 2-18.

WHEN

WHERE

Centro Cultural Aztlan
1800 Fredericksburg Rd #103, San Antonio, TX 78201, USA
https://centroaztlan.org/

TICKET INFO

Admission is free.

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