On June 11, 2016, join us for a meet and greet with Margarita Cabrera, a Mexican-American artist whose objects and activities address timely issues related to border relations, labor practices and immigration. Margarita will talk about her latest project Space in Between, a collaboration with ASU Art Museum, Desert Botanical Gardens and various community organizations.

Cafesito con Margarita Cabrera

A conversation over coffee and pan dulce.

 

Saturday, June 11
6:00 pm – 7:30 pm

Galiano’s Café & Smoothies
1113 G Ave, Douglas, AZ 85607
Cost: Free

Workshop size is limited to 30 participants.

Join us for a meet and greet with Margarita Cabrera, a Mexican-American artist whose objects and activities address timely issues related to border relations, labor practices and immigration. Margarita will talk about her latest project Space in Between, a collaboration with ASU Art Museum, Desert Botanical Gardens and various community organizations. The artist will also introduce the project Douglas Abre la Boca. Don’t miss it!

Acomp√°√Īenos a conocer y saludar a Margarita Cabrera, artista y activista mexico-americana cuyos objetos y actividades abordan temas actuales sobre las relaciones fronterizas, las pr√°cticas laborales y la inmigraci√≥n. Margarita hablar√° sobre su m√°s reciente proyecto Space in Between, cuyo nombre se deriva de la palabra Nahuatl: Nepantla. El proyecto en una colaboraci√≥n con el Museo de Arte de ASU, Desert Botanical Gardens y varias organizaciones comunitarias. La artista tambi√©n presentar√° el proyecto Douglas Abre la Boca. ¬°No se lo pierdan!

Bilingual meet and greet. Convivio biling√ľe.

Margarita Cabrera (bio coming soon)

ASU Art Museum

Border Arts Corridor (BAC) is a group of individuals dedicated to better understanding the complexities of world’s borderlands. BAC is established on the belief that through art and cultural programming social borders may fall and bridges may materialize. BAC will continue to produce bi-national Artwalks, in addition to film festivals, workshops, performances, public dialogues and artist residencies.

Galiano’s Café & Smoothies provides a relaxing, bio-friendly, neighborhood-centered place striving to accommodate the increasing demand for a socially/environmentally-concerned hangout.


This program is supported through a grant from the Emily Hall Tremaine Foundation.

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