“…something about a piñata” at Del Mar College as Part of Hispanic Heritage Month
October 10, 1:00 pm
October 10, 2:20 pm
As part of Hispanic Heritage Month, Amorette Garza, professor of art at Del Mar College, will provide a short lecture with images of her artwork from past to present as part of “…something about a piñata: The visual process as evolution of enlightenment of cultural heritage.” Garza will share her perspective, influences and references as they reflect her personal history and cultural heritage, most specifically as a Mexican American from South Texas. She will also discuss the recent inclusion of her artwork in the Cheech Marin collection and exhibitions in which she has curated and participated. Sponsored by the DMC Art and Drama Department and the Mexican American Studies program, this event is free and open to the public.
• Wednesday, Oct. 10, 1 p.m., Room 514, White Library, Del Mar College, East Campus, Naples at Kosar off Staples, free.