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Nuestras Voces: Arte y Artistas Hispanos

Históricamente y en la actualidad, los artistas hispanos han contribuido en los Estados Unidos con poderosas expresiones de emoción, experiencias y temas de importancia cultural. A pesar de que esta contribución ha sido muy significativa, la influencia del arte hispano sigue siendo en gran parte desconocida. Desde la música hasta las artes visuales, pasando por la literatura y más allá, la expresión artística hispana es integral en la definición y el futuro del arte y la cultura de América del Norte.

Este mes, los panelistas de Nuestras Voces profundizarán en lo que significa ser un artista hispano en Idaho y los Estados Unidos y cómo su arte representa identidad y herencia cultural. Aprende qué significa el arte para ellos, cómo se expresan y qué esperan que otros aprendan.

Conoce a los panelistas de noviembre:

– Hiram Miranda, profesor de arte en North Junior High School
– Miguel Almeida, ilustrador y diseñador en Boise, Idaho
– Bobby Gaytan, diseñador gráfico y artista en Boise, Idaho

Regístrate con anticipación, el evento tiene un cupo limitado de 100 participantes.

Si deseas apoyar el fondo de becas para el College of Idaho para estudiantes hispanos, pueden hacerlo con la compra de vinos Bitner, pueden encontrarlos en el Boise Co-op y Albertsons. Obtengan más información sobre los viñedos y su fondo de becas aquí: https: //www.bitnervineyards.com/vineyards

Nuestras Voces: Hispanic Art and Artists
Wednesday, November 17, 2021
6-6:30pm
Free, virtual presentation through Zoom

Historically and currently, Hispanic artists have impacted The United States in powerful expressions of emotion, experiences, and culturally significant themes. Despite this significant impact, Hispanic art influence remains largely unrecognized. From music to visual arts to literature and beyond, Hispanic artistic expression is integral in the definition and future of North American art and culture.

This month, Nuestras Voces panelists will dive into what it means to be a Hispanic artist in Idaho and the United States and how their art represents their personal identity and cultural heritage. Learn about what art means to them, how they express themselves, and what they hope others will learn from it.

Meet November’s panelists:

• Hiram Miranda, Art teacher at North Junior High School
• Miquel Almeida, Illustrator and designer in Boise, Idaho
• Bobby Gaytan, Graphic Designer and Artist in Boise, Idaho

You can participate in the conversation by emailing events@ishs.idaho.gov or commenting live during the event in the chat bar.

Register early for this free virtual event; space is limited to the first 100 registrants.

Get a bottle of Bitner Vineyard wine, our partner for the program, before the event to enjoy during the conversation. Your wine purchase helps support their scholarship fund for Hispanic students at the College of Idaho. You can find their wine at the Boise Co-op and Albertsons. Learn more about the winery and their scholarship fund here: https://www.bitnervineyards.com/vineyards

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Nov 17 2021
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6:00 pm - 6:30 pm

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