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The Carver Community Center and Ruby City are collaborating to present Taller Talks, an ongoing program featuring conversations with artists about their work. Taller (tah-yehr) Talks derives its name from the Spanish word for “studio” and is a virtual program that connects our audiences with artists in our community and beyond during this time of social distancing.

To kick off this new program, Carver Community Cultural supervisor Ernie Ramirez will sit down with local visual artist and digital media coordinator for Ruby City, Barbara Miñarro. As an artist influenced by and making a life between two cultures, Miñarro’s work explores ideas of the body in migration. Her soft sculptures, installations and paintings utilize the tactile memory of clothing, the earth and the physical body to express the emotional journey of immigration.

The Carver Community Center and Ruby City are collaborating to present Taller Talks, an ongoing program featuring conversations with artists about their work. Taller (tah-yehr) Talks derives its name from the Spanish word for “studio” and is a virtual program that connects our audiences with artists in our community and beyond during this time of social distancing.

To kick off this new program, Carver Community Cultural supervisor Ernie Ramirez will sit down with local visual artist and digital media coordinator for Ruby City, Barbara Miñarro. As an artist influenced by and making a life between two cultures, Miñarro’s work explores ideas of the body in migration. Her soft sculptures, installations and paintings utilize the tactile memory of clothing, the earth and the physical body to express the emotional journey of immigration.

The Carver Community Center and Ruby City are collaborating to present Taller Talks, an ongoing program featuring conversations with artists about their work. Taller (tah-yehr) Talks derives its name from the Spanish word for “studio” and is a virtual program that connects our audiences with artists in our community and beyond during this time of social distancing.

To kick off this new program, Carver Community Cultural supervisor Ernie Ramirez will sit down with local visual artist and digital media coordinator for Ruby City, Barbara Miñarro. As an artist influenced by and making a life between two cultures, Miñarro’s work explores ideas of the body in migration. Her soft sculptures, installations and paintings utilize the tactile memory of clothing, the earth and the physical body to express the emotional journey of immigration.

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